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OPO support of OTG, MHL, and Miracast

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  1. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 19, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Hi Folks,
    Does OPO support the On-The-Go (OTG) and Mobile High-Definition (MHL) communication protocols via its micro-USB port? Have you tried to connect flash drive, USB keyboard/mouse, external monitor or big-screen TV? How about wireless video streaming via Miracast?
    Thanks for comments and sharing!
     

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  2. APatte111
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 19, 2014

    APatte111 , Aug 19, 2014 :
    I can confirm that Miracast works... I just got done attacking on Clash of Clans on my 60" T.V... I was using it with a WD T.V. Live... Can't speak on the others...
     

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  3. teqnix
    Lollipop Aug 19, 2014


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  4. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 19, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Great, thanks! I have Tronsmart T1000 Mirror2TV Wireless Display HDMI Dongle. It works OK (not perfectly fine) with my Dell Venue tablets. I would try it with the OPO when I get it.
     

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  5. thegdub
    Jelly Bean Aug 19, 2014


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  6. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 19, 2014


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  7. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 19, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Thanks! What do you do via OTG? Have you tried flash drive, USB keyboard/mouse?
     

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  8. teqnix
    Lollipop Aug 19, 2014

    teqnix , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Oh opo sensors all sites almost on the place of the ** there should be **
     

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  9. thegdub
    Jelly Bean Aug 19, 2014

    thegdub , Aug 19, 2014 :
    I use it mostly for backing up my TWRP nandroids on another USB stick. Also have 1080P movies on it.
     

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  10. AlexNJ
    Froyo Aug 19, 2014

    AlexNJ , Aug 19, 2014 :
    I see... How do you like your OPO? Is it worth waiting for invite?
     

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  11. addam
    KitKat Aug 19, 2014

    addam , Aug 19, 2014 :
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00CR...200_QL40&qid=1408406588&sr=8-2#ref=mp_s_a_1_2
    All that you listed should work.
    This is what i use and technically you wont need to use you phone for home meida, but this also supports miracast,dlna,and xbmc.
    This also supports Bluetooth. I can play any game that supports ps3 sixaxis controller. And then im not tying my phone up.this is a fully capable tablet without a screen, just connect a usb mouse and the pointer is like your finger on a touchscreen. Angry birds on the big screen are you kidding me!! And its rooted.just my 2 cents.
     

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  12. javilaca
    Honeycomb Aug 19, 2014

    javilaca , Aug 19, 2014 :
    How do you connect using miracast? I can't find that function on the phone.
     

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  13. APatte111
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 19, 2014

    APatte111 , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Settings>Display and Lights> Cast Screen... It quickly found my WD T.V. Live and began mirroring the screen on my phone... Pretty awesome...
     

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  14. randaddy
    Gingerbread Aug 19, 2014

    randaddy , Aug 19, 2014 :
    I have a Chromecast on every TV, easy integration with Android apps and cm11s let's you screen mirror as well.
     

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  15. pjs312
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 19, 2014

    pjs312 , Aug 19, 2014 :
    It has OTG and Miracast but not MHL.
     

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  16. arjoon
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 19, 2014

    arjoon , Aug 19, 2014 :
    yes it works
     

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  17. burntbiscuits
    Donut Aug 19, 2014

    burntbiscuits , Aug 19, 2014 :
    Could MHL be addressed in software updates ?
     

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  18. pjs312
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 19, 2014

    pjs312 , Aug 19, 2014 :
    No, MHL is a hardware feature.
     

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  19. Iseek1
    KitKat Aug 19, 2014


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  20. burntbiscuits
    Donut Aug 19, 2014

    burntbiscuits , Aug 19, 2014 :
    No mhl ,Guess I dont need my phone on my in dash radio screen. That bad but one have been even better
     

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