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Old May 28th, 2012, 07:31 PM   #51 (permalink)
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meaning that is not possible on the LTEVO? I tried this today and I guess you can't multitask while watching a video unless I am missing something
I don't have a Media Link HD so I can't speak to what works or not, just pointing out what worked in that video and notating that it was on a One X as opposed to the Evo 4G LTE. I know that since the Evo 4G LTE and HTC One X have different software builds, things can differ. I know little to nothing about the MediaLink and I'm just as confused as the next guy.

You have an Evo 4G LTE and the MediaLink HD and you tried the home button and it didn't work so you know better than anyone. You are not missing anything.

Try the 'recent applications' key.
It is a wacky idea, but I'd also try the camera key.

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well, just watched few more videos I shot today with the LTEVO over the MediaLink and something weird happened. The video started playing and I hit Home and I was able to do other tasks while playing which I was not able to do last time around...

this thing either has a mind of it's own or there are 2 options somehow to either do what I was able to do above or mirror the screen 100% of the time and I somehow activated that.

lemme try again. will post back


can't figure this out. sometimes it works one way and then when I connect again I can't do the multitasking again...

this is officially bugging me now and I need to figure it out if I want a good night sleep tonight

EDIT 1: it seams like when it's in that multitasking mode the LTEVO screen is not mirrored anymore, meaning it does not show my moves on the screen but when I start a video it sends it to the TV so after it starts playing I can get out and do something else while watching it on the TV screen
hm, interesting. now, how do we intentionally select between these 2 apparent modes?
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meaning that is not possible on the LTEVO? I tried this today and I guess you can't multitask while watching a video unless I am missing something
I was able to stream a movie from gallery and use my LTEVO in normal mode at the same time. If your are setup as direct link. (LTEVO-->Media Link) you won't have data as WiFi disconnects 3G data on LTEVO . I was still able to play temple run on LTEVO and Stream a movie to my HDTV. Not sure if that constitute as multitasking

If you tie into your home network (WiFi Router-->(LTEVO)<--Media Link) Then you can stream movies to your HDTV, while surfing the web, check emails, post threads, on LTEVO Maybe that qualifies as multitasking
Not sure I helped there.

I am curious if enabling hotspot on LTEVO. This would allow LTEVO to surf the web and stream to Media Link.
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I think, for to use the phone while playing a video you have to use the stock video player.
The stock video player streams a video directy to the Media Link, not on the phone's display.

VitalPlayer and arcPlayer streams a video directly to the MediaLink too, but I don't know if I can use the Home button and use the Phone while playing video.
In the evening I'll try it

Would be nice if VitalPlayer and arcPlayer could do it, because they can play a lot of more formats than the stock player of my One X

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Hi! New to the forum, although I've lurked here quite often

I would like to buy one of these Media Links. I can't seem to find any online anywhere. Obviously they are out, since some of you have them. So any idea where I can get one?

Also, will it play things that I have downloaded? (music,TV shows,movies?)
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I think, for to use the phone while playing a video you have to use the stock video player.
The stock video player streams a video directy to the Media Link, not on the phone's display.

VitalPlayer and arcPlayer streams a video directly to the MediaLink too, but I don't know if I can use the Home button and use the Phone while playing video.
In the evening I'll try it

Would be nice if VitalPlayer and arcPlayer could do it, because they can play a lot of more formats than the stock player of my One X

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Couldn't wait, I tried it now.

Sorry, the only way to use the phone while playing video seems to be when using the stock gallery

So, when the video is running I can use the Home button and the video will keep on running

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Hi! New to the forum, although I've lurked here quite often

I would like to buy one of these Media Links. I can't seem to find any online anywhere. Obviously they are out, since some of you have them. So any idea where I can get one?

Also, will it play things that I have downloaded? (music,TV shows,movies?)
LTEVO ships with full mirroring capability. Pretty much anything your LTEVO can play or do. You will be able to do on the big screen via media link. I have no problems playing MP3's downloaded from Amazon, pics/videos taken with LTEVO's camera, and movies/TV shows backed up onto my LTEVO to media link hd via direct connect(No internet connection required)

If your going to stream TV shows/Movies thru apps like Netflix, YouTube, Xfinity TV player(comcast subscription required) "ones I've tried so far". Then you have to tie into your home internet as described in previous posts and stream thru LTEVO that way.

Sprint stores are selling them now, you'll have to call around to find one ($89.99)
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expansys carries them as well as ATT.com if you are not having luck at local sprint stores.
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Couldn't wait, I tried it now.

Sorry, the only way to use the phone while playing video seems to be when using the stock gallery

So, when the video is running I can use the Home button and the video will keep on running

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Yeah, its a bummer cause run into similar problem streaming from 3rd party apps like Netflix Can't hit the home button surf the web and continue to stream Netflix.

I really can't complain to much. I can plug the receiver into my HDTV in my bedroom. I then have entire online video library I can stream from my bed. I "almost feel guilty" admitting that

Oh well, its a heck of lot more than what I could do on my OG EVO. Upgrade? (Check!)
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LTEVO ships with full mirroring capability. Pretty much anything your LTEVO can play or do. You will be able to do on the big screen via media link. I have no problems playing MP3's downloaded from Amazon, pics/videos taken with LTEVO's camera, and movies/TV shows backed up onto my LTEVO to media link hd via direct connect(No internet connection required)

If your going to stream TV shows/Movies thru apps like Netflix, YouTube, Xfinity TV player(comcast subscription required) "ones I've tried so far". Then you have to tie into your home internet as described in previous posts and stream thru LTEVO that way.

Sprint stores are selling them now, you'll have to call around to find one ($89.99)
SKU# EVH7965Q
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expansys carries them as well as ATT.com if you are not having luck at local sprint stores.
Thank you both so much!

I will try calling my sprint store tomorrow and pray they have one.

Just to be clear tho, if I download something and watch it thru Mobo player, it will definitely work?
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Thank you both so much!

I will try calling my sprint store tomorrow and pray they have one.

Just to be clear tho, if I download something and watch it thru Mobo player, it will definitely work?
Yep, LTEVO will mirror it just fine through media link to your HDTV. Good luck and don't let the Sprint Stores say no!
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Yep, LTEVO will mirror it just fine through media link to your HDTV. Good luck and don't let the Sprint Stores say no!
Cool! I can't wait to get my hands on one of these. A new toy to play with

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I am still having all kinds of issues with my setup. I can get it to connect eventually but once I leave my home network and then come back I have to reconnect and it takes forever. I really don't think it is connecting properly; Interestingly the other night I streamed a movie from HTC Watch to Media Link and then was heading to bed. I turned all my lights off and tried to turn on Flashlight and it told me something along the lines that Flashlight cannot work while Hotspot is turned on. I went and check and it was not (and I don't have it activated on my account anyway). So I turned Wifi off and then back on and that fixed it. I then swiped 3 fingers up to see if it would reconnect to my Media Link and it took forever but eventually connected (My setup shows My Evo as the Network and a different IP address). I then swiped 3 fingers down and tried to turn Flashlight on and got the same message. Also worth noting anytime I try and connect to media link for the first time (meaning when I get home after leaving the network) it continually turns my Wifi connection on and off (I assume this is my phone turning on the Hotspot). Again everything works but it just feels like it isn't working as intended.
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sounds like either the link is defective and/or your network is not playing nice with it.

as i mentioned earlier, if you can directly connect to the link and you are able to do that easily with no issues, its more likely settings on your network connection.

if you wanted to test your home network, disable any security (adjusting this on your phone as well) then restart everything and try and see if it connects a locks in. should be a 3 minute or less setup time from factory out of the box state of the link.
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I think some brave soul should create a guide for this thing.

On one hand, and in alot of cases, it can be as easy as taking it out of the package and plug and play. On the other hand though it seems like it can get a bit messy and confusing once you have to start fiddling with settings and router software (obviously every router will be different but maybe there are some general tips and ideas that can be condensed into a help document? - some ideas are, which gHz mode and bands to use etc, how this thing works, different modes of streaming; DLNA vs. wi-fi, streaming vs. mirroring, how to multi-task, difference between wi-fi and wi-fi direct (ad hoc?), etc., etc.)

I've been waffling about posting this since it is on the UK/EU/World HTC site and not the U.S. HTC site. The U.S. site does not seem to have a page for the ML-HD. However I still think there is some applicable value in the information. For example, did you know you can update the software/firmware of the MediaLink unit? And that there is a reset/reboot for the unit? Maybe it ships with some documentation that says some of this stuff, however me not having the MediaLink unit on hand, I found this info interesting.

HTC.com (World) | Media Link HD Support | User Guide and FAQ
In the top banner next to the picture there is a link for the user guide pdf and below there is a decent FAQ section.
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I am still having all kinds of issues with my setup. I can get it to connect eventually but once I leave my home network and then come back I have to reconnect and it takes forever. I really don't think it is connecting properly; Interestingly the other night I streamed a movie from HTC Watch to Media Link and then was heading to bed. I turned all my lights off and tried to turn on Flashlight and it told me something along the lines that Flashlight cannot work while Hotspot is turned on. I went and check and it was not (and I don't have it activated on my account anyway). So I turned Wifi off and then back on and that fixed it. I then swiped 3 fingers up to see if it would reconnect to my Media Link and it took forever but eventually connected (My setup shows My Evo as the Network and a different IP address). I then swiped 3 fingers down and tried to turn Flashlight on and got the same message. Also worth noting anytime I try and connect to media link for the first time (meaning when I get home after leaving the network) it continually turns my Wifi connection on and off (I assume this is my phone turning on the Hotspot). Again everything works but it just feels like it isn't working as intended.
If the phone doesn't want you to be using flashlight with the hotspot, it's what is happening.

My understanding is that you either need to be on the local wifi network that the MediaLink is, or the MediaLink will attempt an adhoc wifi connection (which means that even though you've "turned off" wifi, the wifi will still be turning on and trying to start a connection with the MediaLink).
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Hi sikclown, you could go back to this fast and easy connection with the Media Link as member of your home network

I rebooted the One X and resetted the Media Link (pressed the button for 10 secs).
The connecting and configuration was fast and easy like I did it with the Media Link out of box

But before I updated the Media Link.

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Hi sikclown, you could go back to this fast and easy connection with the Media Link as member of your home network

I rebooted the One X and resetted the Media Link (pressed the button for 10 secs).
The connecting and configuration was fast and easy like I did it with the Media Link out of box

But before I updated the Media Link.

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Harry, I have done this more times than I care to count. I am definitely having issues with my home network but it is frustrating because the only things having any problems are ICS based and this Media Link. I am tempted to buy another router to try but the headache may just not be worth it.
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If the phone doesn't want you to be using flashlight with the hotspot, it's what is happening.

My understanding is that you either need to be on the local wifi network that the MediaLink is, or the MediaLink will attempt an adhoc wifi connection (which means that even though you've "turned off" wifi, the wifi will still be turning on and trying to start a connection with the MediaLink).
Everything is on the same network but when I go to connect the phone to media link it knocks them both off and they do their thing and then the phone jumps back on the network while the Media link connects to my phones Hotspot. In essence I think the Media Link is having an issue with my particular router and finding other ways to connect. Like I said, I can get everything to connect but it just doesn't feel right. It connects like it is connecting for the first time every time I leave my network and reconfigures the Media Link; every time.
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Once the media link is connected to your home network, it will auto update itself.

the media link needs :

to be able to connect to your mobile phone (compatible mobile phone)

needs said phone to be able to connect to your wif network

if on the 5ghz network, you can only use certain bands -- these are listed in the manual

do not use DFS mode, rather pick a suitable channel

make sure your router has the latest firmware update.

enable IP multicasting

are you blocking any ports on your router?

UNCHECK "block anonymous internet request or (pings)"

if the link can not grab the home networks wifi info, it will force the phone to directly connect to the media link using its own ad hoc network.

if the handset can not even connect direct to the media link, there are issues with the handset and/or media link itself.

if it cant connect to your home network, remove all security on the band you are trying to connect with and re attempt.

you will also need to switch channels on your router, as there could be some more crowded in your area than others.

i think the biggest wild card is each ones router. we all have different routers.

so it would be helpful if you cats could post up your router info, such as band, what security encryption (if any) you use, channel assignment, if you are bonding or not.

i agree, some more technical info would be welcomed to us geekers.

perhaps someone should open up a trouble ticket to htc--once at this stage they work really hard to resolve...

EDIT: also where did you cats purchase your link from? sprint? att? expansys? amazon? etc etc... this may also play a factor....
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My Network setup:
Linksys ea4500 with latest firmware
5ghz network on Channel 161 Wireless N only 20hz using WPA2 security
2.4ghz network on channel 11 Mixed Mode 20hz using WPA2 security
Both SSIDs are different.
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Can someone tell me what their MediaLink screen on TV looks like after disconnecting from the phone? I.e. Network name and IP address and also try their HTC flashlight app if they have it. Does anyone else have medialink turning on their hotspot?
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After I had read your post I tried the HTC Flashlight successfully and then I connected the Media Link.

The ML did start as member of my home network (name of my WiFi + an ID of my network's address range), but then did re-configurate for some time and came up with WiFi name "HTC Portable Hotspot" and an ID which was outside of my home network's address range.

After disconnecting the ML, I couldn't use the HTC Flashlight because "... the phone is a portable hotspot".

This Media Link does some strange things ...
EDIT: OK, what I think is, that WiFi receiving behind/near my TV is poor for the Media Link.
So, sometimes the ML chooses the home network and sometimes it chooses the phone's hotspot.

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I love this thing!!! I picked one up at my local Sprint store this morning for $89.99, and the dude must have liked me or something because he gave me a free Car Dock .

Set-up was super easy for me. I just plugged everything in, did the 3 finger swipe and that was pretty much it. It took maybe 15 seconds to load and then once it did, it was flawless. Youtube and netflix looked super nice. Everything worked great....no big issues here.

My only complaint so far, and maybe there's a way to fix it: When I try to turn the screen off to save battery, it stops whatevers playing on the Media Link. This is the only thing I don't like about it, because the battery will drain much faster that way.....so I need to keep a charger near by. I couldn't find any settings to try and fix it, and I didn't have time to really play with it since I needed to go to sleep for work.

Can anyone help? Thanks in advance
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I love this thing!!! I picked one up at my local Sprint store this morning for $89.99, and the dude must have liked me or something because he gave me a free Car Dock .

Set-up was super easy for me. I just plugged everything in, did the 3 finger swipe and that was pretty much it. It took maybe 15 seconds to load and then once it did, it was flawless. Youtube and netflix looked super nice. Everything worked great....no big issues here.

My only complaint so far, and maybe there's a way to fix it: When I try to turn the screen off to save battery, it stops whatevers playing on the Media Link. This is the only thing I don't like about it, because the battery will drain much faster that way.....so I need to keep a charger near by. I couldn't find any settings to try and fix it, and I didn't have time to really play with it since I needed to go to sleep for work.

Can anyone help? Thanks in advance
Congrats on the free car dock Is your screen set to time out? If that is not it. I would just go into display settings and turn screen brightness all the way down Might be a lame work around until there is a fix, but this works too
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Congrats on the free car dock Is your screen set to time out? If that is not it. I would just go into display settings and turn screen brightness all the way down Might be a lame work around until there is a fix, but this works too
Thanks! I was pretty shocked too. That thing was $35 bucks!

I have my screen set to never turn off, so maybe that's the issue.

I'll try to set it to time out after 2 mins. and see if that helps. Thanks for the tips!
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I managed to get rid of that hotspot connection and did re-connect the Media Link again over my WiFi home network This time I had to use a work-around.

@sikclown, connected with the Media Link via WiFi home network, the One X is able use the HTC Flashlight.

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I plugged in my Media Link and it worked flawlessly, it even connected to my network without a password. There were only two issues; Everything has a red push and when I played videos that I recorded with the phone, it had to buffer every 30 seconds or so.
I'm not sure if I can do anything about the red push since it's running through my receiver, I don't recall it having color adjustments for each input.
The buffering is very irritating though. Does anyone know if this is the phone, the card(class 2), or the Media Link?
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ive noticed no red push in files ive viewed.

the buffering can be caused by low bandwidth on your network, and/or other clients using more bandwidth, reducing that to which you can use on the media link.

your channel could be crowded/have interference if you have lots of neighbors with APs who are using 5ghz (im ASSuming you are using 5GHZ)

try and move the link AWAY from the display and/or away from the router if its close to it.

the reason the media link is able to get your wifi info is through your phones wifi setup. this is all done automatically and this has been discussed earlier in this thread.

it could also be an issue with the wifi radio INSIDE the phone itself. there have been reports across many people who are having wifi issues (even not using the media link) and this could be some software issues inside the phone itself.

i recall the original EVO having this issue back then (or was it the 3D?) that was solved by a software update, so give HTC a holler, open up a trouble ticket and explain the issue. the more tickets, the more htc will see there is a problem.

you can also post your router and wifi settings so others can cross reference.
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I managed to get rid of that hotspot connection and did re-connect the Media Link again over my WiFi home network This time I had to use a work-around.

@sikclown, connected with the Media Link via WiFi home network, the One X is able use the HTC Flashlight.

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What was the work around?
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So I've played with mine a short bit and have had the same issues as others (stuttering, audio/video sync, buffering) and though I've done no troubleshooting I have to wonder if it's worth it?

Does MHL do full mirroring? Or are there DLNA blocks that may prevent certain media from playing?

If MHL is plug and play full on, then I may not keep the MediaLink and save myself ~$50.
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So I've played with mine a short bit and have had the same issues as others (stuttering, audio/video sync, buffering) and though I've done no troubleshooting I have to wonder if it's worth it?

Does MHL do full mirroring? Or are there DLNA blocks that may prevent certain media from playing?

If MHL is plug and play full on, then I may not keep the MediaLink and save myself ~$50.
As far as I know MHL will do the job just fine. I prefer the convenience of not having to plug my phone in and being able to use it while streaming a movie.
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What was the work around?
Well, there are the two known WiFi networks the Media Link works with, named on the TV screen:
1: the name of the WiFi home network
2: "HTC Portable Hotspot".

When I reset the ML (press button for 10 secs) then appears a third WiFi network, named on the TV screen:
3: "Media Link HD [xxxx]".

I looked in the phone's WiFi settings and there was "Media Link HD [xxxx]" available.
I choose this WiFi network, password "1234567890HTC", and was been connected to it.

Then a strange thing had happened: On the TV screen the WiFi network switched to the home network's.
So, I switched the phone's WiFi also to home network's.
Then, and this may be important, I saved in the phone's ML settings before I connected the phone to the ML.
Then I connected the phone to the ML and after some time, needed for configuration, phone and ML was connected via WiFi home network

I disconnected and reconnected a few time and always the connection was via WiFi home network, without any delay for reconfigations.

Hope my clumsy discription is somewhat understandably ...

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I know im late to this party but...... There goes some more $ (must have this) first it was the sweet car dock now this, the wife is going to be pissed! LOL
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I know im late to this party but...... There goes some more $ (must have this) first it was the sweet car dock now this, the wife is going to be pissed! LOL
lol, now I'm telling myself: "DO NOT GOOGLE EVO LTE CAR DOCK!"

probably futile to try to resist though
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When I try to play videos taken on an old cell phone (.3gp), I get this message:

"Sorry this video cannot be played (704)"

So, does it really mirror what's on your screen? The video plays fine on my phone, but not when its connected to the media link.

Also, when I view pics or other types of videos, sometimes it doesn't show on the tv the way it is on my screen - the orientation is wrong on the tv.

Does anyone have a fix for this?
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When I try to play videos taken on an old cell phone (.3gp), I get this message:

"Sorry this video cannot be played (704)"

So, does it really mirror what's on your screen? The video plays fine on my phone, but not when its connected to the media link.

Also, when I view pics or other types of videos, sometimes it doesn't show on the tv the way it is on my screen - the orientation is wrong on the tv.

Does anyone have a fix for this?
That is a unusual one. Shot in the dark here! With orientation issues, that is an easy fix buy rotating the pics in the gallery of your LTEVO. (easier then rotating the TV ;p ) Other thing could be the settings on your TV? 1080p, 720p, etc.

The video play issues, I have not had any issues playing various types of formats through Media Link. I wonder if your set has a DRM built in?

I would definitely Google/wiki that code and see what you come up with. Plz come back and let us know.
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That is a unusual one. Shot in the dark here! With orientation issues, that is an easy fix buy rotating the pics in the gallery of your LTEVO. (easier then rotating the TV ;p ) Other thing could be the settings on your TV? 1080p, 720p, etc.

The video play issues, I have not had any issues playing various types of formats through Media Link. I wonder if your set has a DRM built in?

I would definitely Google/wiki that code and see what you come up with. Plz come back and let us know.
Side question: Is there anyway to rotate a video? I shot a video of my son with the ltevo and the orientation is screwed up for some reason...

I did google the error and came up empty.

My TV is 1080p. I don't know what to do. Most of the videos of my son are in the .3gp format (taken by my mom who's my babysitter with her old samsung dumbphone).
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I've been playing with it for a few days now. And while I still like it, I'm considering taking it back and just getting the MHL adapter.

I have excellent, full strength connection, but every time I watch Netflix it stutters a lot, and then the audio isn't synching up after it starts to stutter.

I wonder what might be causing that. If there's a way to make it better, then I'll keep it....if not, I'll be selling it or taking it back.
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When I try to play videos taken on an old cell phone (.3gp), I get this message:

"Sorry this video cannot be played (704)"

So, does it really mirror what's on your screen? The video plays fine on my phone, but not when its connected to the media link.

Also, when I view pics or other types of videos, sometimes it doesn't show on the tv the way it is on my screen - the orientation is wrong on the tv.

Does anyone have a fix for this?
It streams when it uses the Streaming Player, it mirrors when you use something like Mobo Player or DoubleTwist Player (I think). So when it is streaming you may get video errors like that. Shot in the dark here.
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Ok the Saga of Sikclown's ML is at a close. I replaced my Linksys ea4500 with a Netgear n900 and used all the same settings and low and behold Media Link works great the way it was intended. The new router also keeps my Evo LTE and Transformer Prime on the network at all times. Oh happy days! Anyone running into issues post all of your settings, I have been through 3 routers so I am getting pretty good at Media Link lmao.

Update: I have been emailing back and forth with HTC support about my issues and I just received an email that an update was just released/will be released for ML that addresses connection issues and speed. Take that with a grain of salt as it comes from a tier 1 guy who was eager to help but not very knowledgeable.
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Ok the Saga of Sikclown's ML is at a close. I replaced my Linksys ea4500 with a Netgear n900 and used all the same settings and low and behold Media Link works great the way it was intended. The new router also keeps my Evo LTE and Transformer Prime on the network at all times. Oh happy days! Anyone running into issues post all of your settings, I have been through 3 routers so I am getting pretty good at Media Link lmao.

Update: I have been emailing back and forth with HTC support about my issues and I just received an email that an update was just released/will be released for ML that addresses connection issues and speed. Take that with a grain of salt as it comes from a tier 1 guy who was eager to help but not very knowledgeable.
Damn you I was looking at upgrading to the Netgear N900 but wasn't ready to pull the trigger. So you have to go tell me it could resolve a few issues I have been having with the ML and my phone.

I may also go with the N600 I think the dedicated video mode could help me with netflix streams and the clear channel selector will help becuase most of my devices are still on 2.4ghz spec?

Good to know the router helped your issue I suspect mine is not playing nice as well as I have tried messing with every thing with very little improvement and my 30mbps connection should be more than capable.

I won't hold my breath on the HTC fix.
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I've been playing with it for a few days now. And while I still like it, I'm considering taking it back and just getting the MHL adapter.

I have excellent, full strength connection, but every time I watch Netflix it stutters a lot, and then the audio isn't synching up after it starts to stutter.

I wonder what might be causing that. If there's a way to make it better, then I'll keep it....if not, I'll be selling it or taking it back.
I'm taking mine back today. I just don't have the patience to fool around with it. I am just going to purchase the MHL adapter instead.
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Worth noting I checked today and there was a Firmware Upgrade for the Media Link. No clue what changes were made as I can't find a change log anywhere. Scrolling through screens seems more fluid (placebo effect?) but Netflix still stutters and stops. Gonna run through a bunch of different sources to test it out.
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Side question: Is there anyway to rotate a video? I shot a video of my son with the ltevo and the orientation is screwed up for some reason...
I had a similar issue (mother-in-law shot vid from her phone in portrait) so I uploaded it to YouTube and one of the options when you edit the video is to rotate it. Worked well though obviously there are black bars on the left and right but it beats tilting your head to watch it on the big screen!
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I returned my media link to sprint and got the universal mhl adapter with dock instead. It solved 99% of my issues.
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I returned my media link to sprint and got the universal mhl adapter with dock instead. It solved 99% of my issues.
mine is working fine. you just can't beat the no cables covenience. love it & couldn't go back to wired.

I played an HD movie yesterday (few minutes of it anyways) encoded to MP4, 1500kbps, 1280x720 (1.5GB). played nicely, no delay in sound or anything

I will try a higher quality 720p encode next time and see how it fares. (just hate the 4GB limitation on fat32. arghhh)

well worth the 100 bux so far, imho
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what is the dock you speak of????
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... I will try a higher quality 720p encode next time and see how it fares....
Reading on the box of the Media Link says the ML should put 1080p out to the TV.
My TV says this too, with the One X's screen on its screen

But I've heard, when it comes to videos, the ML can't stream a 1080p's video on the TV, such a video will be scaled back to 720p.

It isn't my own experience, I've read this 1080p issue on the One X's help (Q&A) on the German HTC site.
Weird, on HTC's international site I didn't found that question

Anyhow, I like the Media Link because it needn't a cable to connect my phone ... and I mustn't have 1080p

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It came with the MHL adapter that I purchased from Sprint.
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