Does our device have miracast with the 4.1.2 update? If so how do I enable it? I'm trying to find a way to successfully connect to my appradio 2.
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I've been trying to search and I can't seem to find any info on whether miracast is working yet. I've got a Netgear Push2TV 2000 and the newest WiDi update adds Miracast functionality, but I can't connect to it.
Has anyone actually successfully been able to use it? I assume from the lack of posts about miracast/wireless display that its not ready yet?
I have searched using Yumex, searched this forum and did a general search on google for anything about miracast and linux. I haven't found anything of use yet. I bought a rocketfish dongle for my hd tv and can connect to it with my Nexus 4 phone using miracast. I read that some newer laptops with Intel chips have this ability. Does it exist in Fedora?
I have an android tv set top box, which has a program miracast receiver installed. My nexus 4 can get invited by the setop box and connect, but when running the miracast receiver program it trys to run and says:
Please make sure the wifi-p2p is working and the WFD source is correct!.
I've been waiting a while for Miracast products to actually materialize and was disappointed in the reviews of the Allshare Cast dongle. I figured there are probably more people like me who would be interested in this device from Netgear. Hopefully it's the start of many Miracast products soon to be released.
ASUS has released a video showing a new product they are preparing to launch, the ASUS Miracast Dongle. Similar to the Google Chromecast, the Miracast Dongle plugs into your television’s HDMI port to deliver content on the big screen. Using an appropriate device, like an ASUS tablet, users then make a wireless connection and configure their device.