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    Hello,

    With my Android I could take a picture on my device and display it on the TV wirelessly using either my googleTV, or Windows media centre, or even Apple TV. Is there anyway to do this with windows phone. I could even stream Utube or videos I recorded with my phone.

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    I second it. My buddy really wants a Windows Phone, but he also lives in the country and only has Verizon available for Internet. He's going to buy a phone at full price to keep unlimted data and with a Droid and its HDMI out, he can watch Netflix on his TV. That's not possible on WP8, is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tk-093 View Post
    I second it. My buddy really wants a Windows Phone, but he also lives in the country and only has Verizon available for Internet. He's going to buy a phone at full price to keep unlimted data and with a Droid and its HDMI out, he can watch Netflix on his TV. That's not possible on WP8, is it?
    I can do it wireless with my Nokia N8 and my wife's Nokia 808 using DLNA.
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    If you have a Nokia phone and a xbox, you can send photos and video from your phone to the TV. It works quite well!
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    Thanks all, I guess only with Nokia becuase you get that app. Seems like any other device not possible,.
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    What 1Jax described can be done with any WP / Xbox setup. When you take pictures they can automatically be sent to SkyDrive. Use XBox to pull those pictures down to your TV.

    As for a TV out option on the phone itself I really am not sure. To do that wirelessly there must be an app written into the TV ROM to alow it.

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