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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Miracast issues

Seems this is a lesser used feature in Android ...

I've got a Cube U30GT2 (Cube U30GT 2 - 10.1 inch HD (1920 x 1200) Capacitive IPS display (1080P) 1.8GHz quad core CPU quad core GPU RK3188 android 4.1.1 jelly bean tablet bluetooth, wifi,2GB DDR3 32GB storage, new google play store, flash player installed (NO TAX + 6~9 work).

In the "Settings" page, the "Display" tab seems a little different to screenshots and videos I have seen. The "Wireless Display" option doesn't have an "OFF-ON" button to slide. It just says "ON". When I select it, I got to a page where it searches for displays.

This wouldn't bother me, but I cannot get it working. It shows my TV. And when I tap it tries to connect, and my TV pops up a message asking me to OK the connection. However I can't see the tablet from the TV. The TV says "connected" but the tablet just says "Connecting" for about 30 seconds, then drops back to showing the TV as available, while the TV says "Disconnected".

TV is an LG 47LA690V LG Smart TV - Miracast - YouTube

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