1. Amritdaga
    Donut Jun 18, 2018

    Amritdaga , Jun 18, 2018 :
    but it's working fine with OP X with 4g network...

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  2. Vascsurg40
    Froyo Jun 19, 2018

    Vascsurg40 , Jun 19, 2018 :
    Maybe with the X.... Try to switch on Wi-Fi this time.. and tell me if cast works

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  3. K1519362453151
    Cupcake Jul 3, 2018

  4. aamir.mfkhan
    Cupcake Jul 4, 2018

    aamir.mfkhan , Jul 4, 2018 :
    Enter Safe mode to resolve this issue.

    1. hold power key on right.
    2. long press red power off button to enter safe mode.

    Hope this helps

  5. elanglois
    Lollipop Sep 16, 2018

    elanglois , Sep 16, 2018 :
    Both devices must be on the same network, and your TV doesn't have LTE. Therefore, you are wrong.

    Your OPX is connected to WIFI. And seriously. How the hell is the phone gonna find your TV on 4G? Is it gonna search every TV on the planet? Think about it! It sends a network discovery command to the local WiFi as a broadcast. You think it's gonna broadcast over the whole internet? Would you want every TV in the world to respond?

    SMH. Yes. You need WIFI. No, your OPX isn't casting on LTE

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  6. elanglois
    Lollipop Sep 16, 2018

    elanglois , Sep 16, 2018 :
    To those having issues where you can see the cast device (TV), casting from an app works, but trying to screen mirror simply times out ... this may be due to hdcp.

    HDCP is basically copy protection and fails if your device is rooted, or if OnePlus borked some keys. The work-around is to edit your build.prop (root required) and add:


    You'll only cast at 720p, but it will work.

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