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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by karrar55, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. karrar55

    karrar55 Member
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    any news on hdmiwin working on evolvedroms sense 3.0 with universal freedom kernal? thanks in advanced
     



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  2. DaRayvn

    DaRayvn Android Enthusiast


    the only sense kernel that im aware of that supports hdmiwin is ChopSuey v.9.2.7-hdmiwin-universal and its only in a testing phase

    here is the link to it

    https://sites.google.com/site/chopsueykernel/experimental
     
  3. karrar55

    karrar55 Member
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    ya thats what i figured bout to try it...let u know if it goes smooth!!
     
  4. hove131

    hove131 Well-Known Member

    I couldnt get chop suey to mirror with my sense roms and it made my roms really laggy and choppy. I will wait until they do some more work to it before flashing again.
     
  5. karrar55

    karrar55 Member
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    Ok so I got good news n bad...bad news hdmiwin does not work just a black screen :( , good news its running nice no lags so far
     
  6. RedheadTarn

    RedheadTarn Newbie

    So just because you get a black screen doesn't mean it doesn't work..Hdmwin is a pretty glitchy program. I found a sequence that I HAVE to use to get it mirroring properly, it has NEVER worked the first time.

    http://androidforums.com/evo-4g-all-things-root/399342-hdmwin.html?highlight=hdmwin

    Check out this thread... post #30 has the sequence I found to make it work. Haven't tried it on a sense 3.0 rom yet because my wife got tired of having to redo all her stuff when I switch roms, and since we have our netflix mirroring working she told me to stop messing around with her phone.

    Still, give it a shot and let me know if it ends up working for you.
     
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  7. mlb

    mlb Member

    After much aggravation trying to get mirroring to work, I finally figured out it was the tv. First I flashed the updated aggressive freedom kernal v0.9, hooked it up to the L.R. tv, nada. Then I tried downloading HDMwIn and running that with the updated kernel, nada. Tried B.R. tv with and without HDMwIn, different cables, wiping cache anything I thought would help, nada. Fast forward a couple weeks, I decide to get a tv for the kitchen. Set it up plug the EVO in and boom mirroring. No HDMwIn, no wiping just hook it up and go.

    edit: Also make sure HDMI cable is securely plugged in

    So for anyone interested:
    Vizio mod# E220MV(from Sam's)
    MikG v2.52
    Aggressive Freedom v.09
     
  8. ndh777

    ndh777 Android Expert

    I use HDMwIn which is amazing and is very good for the not-so-advanced users. It is very simple to use and the language is very simple and easy to understand and the best part is that it is free! I believe there is a donate version too if you'd like to contribute.

    I know of at least one other but I used it while it was in beta and didn't like it too much. Search for "HDMI" on the Market and see what results you get. They will be pretty self-explanatory and they should work for yours considering that the Evo is about the only phone available at the moment that has HDMI capabilities.
     
  9. karrar55

    karrar55 Member
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    I just flashed elite 3 and neterachy kernal so can use the hdmiwin app but still no luck...only thing that happens is a black screen. What am I doing wrong...help would be appreciated thanks
     
  10. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    did you try any of the suggestions that redheadtarn made? check out his post: http://androidforums.com/3120560-post30.html. i could never really get hdmi out working very well myself that i gave up. no real need for me.
     
  11. karrar55

    karrar55 Member
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    ill try that when i get home... thanks guys!!
     

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