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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pmhoppe, Nov 23, 2011.

  1. pmhoppe

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    I'd like to view my Skyrocket screen on my TV wirelessly using the Wi-Fi Direct feature. Does anyone know of a Wi-Fi Direct enabled receiver/converter that has composite video out for my older model TV.
     

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    You could use something, like mirrorOP software to stream signal on mctivia access point HDMI port, then use HDMI-to-composite converter.
    Or you could waiting for xbounds:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILHEUWzZTOw

    But you still need a HDMI-to-composite converter.

    Or you could use adapter from your phone to HDMI, then use HDMI-to-HDMI wireless kit:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FXCbSJ4egY

    But one more time, you still need a HDMI-to-composite converter.

    You could use Peerless HDFlow:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZH10z-Lf0k

    It's very powerfull, and has an internal HDMI-to-composite converter, but this kit alredy does not mobile and very pricey.
     
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    The converters that work are not cheap at all. I have not experimented much with wifi direct... but many cable boxes/satellite boxes can be set up to see it if you have a router.


    Again on the HDMI converters.....not cheap at all. You would be better off buying a cheap 22"-32" TV IMO
     
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    Yes, you right, HDMI extenders are very expensive.

    But it could deliver all content from screen to TV in real time, not just share media, as in DLNA...
     
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    indeed, trust me I agree, as I have had that ability on all of my android phones


    but the point still stands...it would be the same price to buy a cheap TV with hdmi inputs :p
     

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