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phone to tv wired

(Topic created: 03-12-2021 07:33 PM)
OOdave00
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How do I make my A51 phone play on my TV with a USB c to hdmi adapter?@!!
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FingerGuns
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Follow this link to see if your phone supports MHL output. If not, ChromeCast or SmartView will mirror it with WiFi, no cord needed.

http://www.mhltech.org/DoIHaveMHL.aspx

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FingerGuns
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what is the name and model of your tv?
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OOdave00
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emerson
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FingerGuns
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do you see a model name or number?
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OOdave00
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FingerGuns
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It should work using the HDMI/USB-C adapter. What steps have you taken so far?
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OOdave00
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I've plugged in put TV on hdmi 1. I've searched the phone checking settings are on etc... Nothing
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FingerGuns
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Follow this link to see if your phone supports MHL output. If not, ChromeCast or SmartView will mirror it with WiFi, no cord needed.

http://www.mhltech.org/DoIHaveMHL.aspx
LordScottyRod
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I'm very interested in hearing the answer/s to this question. On my roku tv , there's an app that lets me link my phone to the tv but, I'm sure there are different qays to do ot with a hard wire.
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FingerGuns
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Check the HDMI manufacturer's specifications on their website and make sure your phone is compatible. There are a few catches to the HDMI Alt Mode; and, the specification uses the older HDMI 1.4b standard instead of the newer HDMI 2.0b, meaning that HDMI Alt Mode for USB-C connections will be able to output up to 4K resolution, 3D video, and support HDMI-CEC, but won’t offer things like HDR video and other HDMI 2.0b features.
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