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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dotcombust, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. dotcombust

    dotcombust Newbie
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    Hello all!

    I'm new to the forums and new to the Android community ... I've just recently converted from 3 gens of iPhones to Android (Atrix, please dont flame me yet) ...I'm still on the fence of whether to keep the Atrix or exchange for the Inspire.

    I've done most of my research on this site and I must say i've gotten some very good information but I have one question: is there a way to output video/pics/apps or anything to an HDTV?

    I think the face camera is over rated (tango on the atrix looks bad) so the only thing that could sway me over to the inspire is the video out option.

    thank you!
     

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    comcast it tech support
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    Yes I myself had the same issue but u can use Dlna if your tv supports it. I love the inspire and I have had people want to trade me their atrix and cash for my phone..
     
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    does not have a Mini-HDMI port for video-out. sorry
     
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    thats crazy.. but I must admit the Inspire is one gorgeous looking phone ...

    So DLNA is the only way to output video right now from the Inspire?
     
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    Yes unfortunately!!! :(
     
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    thank you I appreciate all the feedback!
     
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    Dont know about hd quality though on movies though.
    I didnt use in stand alone tv but instead i use an hdtv for my pc so i was able to select the 'player' from phone and use my computer hdtv to view photos and listen to music. All connected to home wireless network
    I think its quite neat as i seen some other phones need a media'box' to do that.
     

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