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Mirror My LG G7 Screen Onto My Fire HD 10?

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    I want to figure out if it is possible to save data/$ by streaming my Amazon Prime videos or any other video content I play on my LG G7 ThinQ onto the larger display of my Amazon Fire HD 10 (7th). I could of course use my G7 mobile hotspot for my tablet, which I do on occasion but I do not have unlimited mobile hotspot data, I do have unlimited data for my G7 which I really use. Thanks!
     

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    i do not really see a way to do what you are asking. there is no app that will let you mirror like that. to maybe a tv.....yes. but to another tablet? i'm not so sure. i'll have to do some thinking if there is a way or not. my gut says no.
     
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    Here is info from T-Mobile. I am wondering if there is an app that could be installed on my tablet that would cause it to be seen and receive the stream from the G7. Or maybe the HDMI dongle shown in the first Fire info link I'm posting.

    It appears the Fire 7th Gen does not even mirror, it uses "second screen". I haven't looked into it yet.

    https://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-37582

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201540250

    https://www.techjunkie.com/amazon-fire-tablet-mirror-tv/

    https://uk.amazonforum.com/forums/devices/fire-tablets/1498-display-mirroring
     

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