1. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    <<< The DEEPER I got into this, the more I realized that I was really trying to MIRROR the display to a 1080p HDTV in our conference room and at some customers + HOME uses as well ... so, I modified the whole topic after reading HOW AWESOME Miracast is ... and included in Windows 8.1 >>>


    Some business friends were showing off and bragging how they can "mirror" their Galaxy video screens with their 1080p HDTV = VERY, VERY COOL!!

    Anyway, I found this HDMI alternative, MHL: Your phone

    I also read thaat nearly EVERY smartphone is compatible with the proper cable ... like this

    Amazon.com: Skiva 6.5 feet MHL (Micro USB) to male HDMI cable (with 6.5 feet USB cable) for Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note, Infuse 4G, HTC Evo 3D, EVO view 4G, Flyer , Sensation 4G, Epic 4G Touch, Rezound, Vivid, Amaze 4G (HD-X2): Cell
    Last edited by anywhereanytime; 07-28-2013 at 06:12 PM. Reason: Expanded the topic to include Miracast
    07-28-2013 02:51 PM
  2. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    THIS is NOT very encouraging MHL Consortium
    07-28-2013 03:04 PM
  3. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    BUMMER ... Read some other info that it's NOT the Lumia 928 ... Windows Pone 8 DOES NOT SUPPORT "MHL" !!!
    Last edited by anywhereanytime; 07-28-2013 at 04:27 PM.
    07-28-2013 03:20 PM
  4. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    It appears that very few people even understand what most Android phones "can do" that WP8 "CAN NOT". I have had the Nokia Lumia 928 on Verizon from Day 1 ... and simply LOVE IT!!! It is the most awesome smartphone I have EVER USED! So, during a recent discussion with friends ... they showed me "MHL" ... and I was literally blown away. I didn't think much about "whether WP8 had it or not" ... UNTIL, I needed it for an upcoming business meeting = BUMMER !

    In case you also think this should be added as a feature ... please vote here ...

    Many connectivity features missing in wp8
    07-28-2013 05:25 PM
  5. Muessig's Avatar
    I believe that WP8 can do this, after all both Nokia and Microsoft share the live input from their demo phones in press conferences regularly using the USB input. I can't for the life of me figure out why they seem to only want to allow themselves to do it and not Joe public!
    07-28-2013 05:28 PM
  6. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    Great point Muessig ... we are a Microsoft Partner and, in fact 9 months ago, asked if we could get this ... and were told "only for Microsoft INTERNAL USE".

    Does anyone know how to get this functionality?
    07-28-2013 05:32 PM
  7. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    Looks like this is already a topic for the Lumia 1020 ...

    http://forums.windowscentral.com/nok...-hdmi-mhl.html
    07-28-2013 05:57 PM
  8. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    Well, Well, Well ... some GOOD NEWS ... on the MIracast front !!!

    Search Products | Wi-Fi Alliance

    Lumia 928 CERTIFIED for MiraCast = 1-7-2013

    Nokia 900 RM-823 05/29/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 900.1 RM-808 03/20/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 800.2 RM-819 01/17/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 820.1 RM-825 11/13/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 610 RM-835 04/16/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 800C RM-802 03/16/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 610C RM-836 04/01/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 610 NFC RM-849 04/12/2012 Certificate
    Nokia 808 PureView RM-807 06/07/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 920.2 RM-820 11/13/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 822 RM-845 01/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 810 RM-878 01/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 820.2 RM-824 11/13/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 920.1 RM-821 11/13/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 510 RM-889 09/14/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 510.2 RM-898 11/13/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 505 RM-923 02/20/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 620 RM-846 11/07/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 920T RM-867 11/14/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 820 RM-826 12/21/2012 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 928 RM-860 01/07/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 920 RM-822 01/11/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 520 RM-914 02/13/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 520T RM-913 02/21/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 520.2 RM-915 02/21/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 521 RM-917 02/21/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 720 RM-885 02/28/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 720T RM-887 02/28/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 925.1 RM-892 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 925.2 RM-893 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 925 RM-910 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 909.2 RM-877 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 909.1 RM-875 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 909 RM-876 04/18/2013 Certificate
    Nokia Lumia 925T RM-955 06/17/2013 Certificate
    07-28-2013 08:30 PM
  9. anywhereanytime's Avatar
    Any ideas for the Nokia 928 to do this ... I've struck out !!!
    07-30-2013 12:21 PM
  10. airjeff's Avatar
    If the above means the 928 supports Miracast I would imagine a future update would enable it. Maybe GDR3 or "blue". I know Windows 8.1 has Miracast support baked in if the device supports it.
    08-06-2013 02:25 PM
  11. Traducer's Avatar
    Hello, hope this is relevant. Got new mircast 3d tv yesterday. Downloaded the 'Play To' app, linked the devices through the wireless router, and broadcast video and pics to the tv. Its not well documented tho. Have not sorted getting the tv top play on the 710 yet. Apologies if not relevant.
    08-07-2013 01:21 PM
  12. Funky Cricket's Avatar
    I read play to supports all kinds of TV's if they are on the network over Ethernet.
    08-07-2013 02:49 PM
  13. PPCFreak's Avatar
    I read play to supports all kinds of TV's if they are on the network over Ethernet.
    yes it does. tv has to be on the same network and it broadcasts thru the network to the tv. been using it for awhile to display the photos and videos....but this doesn't do what Mircast should be doing... AKA your screen to the bigger screen (TV). Would like to see the entire screen be able to broadcast to the TV or larger screen, not just photos, videos.
    08-09-2013 01:59 PM
  14. jhoff80's Avatar
    Play To is DLNA, not Miracast. It supports sending video, audio, or photo content to many (DLNA-capable) receiver devices.

    Also, the Miracast-certified list does not include any Nokia products. You're looking at the "Wifi-Direct" certified list, not the Miracast-certified list. The Miracast list is a subset of the Wifi Direct devices.

    That's not to say that the phone isn't capable in hardware, we don't actually know that. Windows Phone 8 itself is not capable of Miracast though.

    Similarly, Windows 8 doesn't have Miracast support. However, in Windows 8.1, they add it. Because of this, I'm hopeful that we'll see Miracast in Windows Phone 8.1 as well.

    However, as of now, it is not possible to mirror your phone to another display.
    PPCFreak likes this.
    08-09-2013 03:49 PM

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