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Support hdmi-in??

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JerseyDROID, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. JerseyDROID

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    So the hdmi port on my evo is f-in sweet, I know, but rather than hdmi-out can I achieve hdmi-in and use my evo as a screen or monitor? I saw this question inside another thread, but it went unanswered. Id LOVE to play my xbox via hdmi. Thanks for reading!
     

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    I believe it is an HDMI-out only port.
     
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    ^Correct^
     
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    Why would you want that? IMO, the screen is too small to enjoy any real gaming.
     
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    Yea it's an out port only, but I agree, that would be pretty sweet to have an in port.
     
  6. JerseyDROID

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    Have you not played Gensoid or Snesoid on the evo? Size of the screen is fine. In fact its stunning the quality some super nintendo roms have. And besides, I'm sure I haven't found the full potential of this phone yet so ill have alot more dumb questions to come. Thanks for reading.
     
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