XCSOURCE® Measy Latest A2W Miracast Dongle DLAN Airplay A2W EZCast WIFI For Smartphone Projection on TV Tablet Smartphone Iphone 4S 5 5S Samsung S3 I9300 S4 CN120
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- Miracast function can't be compatible with products that without HDCP TX/RX certificate.
- The EZAir function of A2W is similar with the Airplay function of Apple, you could cast movies, photos, music from you iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to HDTV with big screen entirely.
- The EZCast function of A2W, allows streaming media from computer or other equipments being cast by wifi onto TV. Includes streaming media like Music, Photos, TXT etc..
- Users also could mirror online contents on Chrome to HDTV, more from Youtube, Netflex, Youku, Sohu, etc..
- The Miracast function of A2W, allows users mirrored the whole interface of mobile Phone, Tablet or Laptop onto HDTV with big screen.
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A2W is the most innovative cast dongle of sharing streaming media, by means of Wifi connection, operation interface of smart phone, tablet, PC can be mirrored to big screen of HDTV, to achieve the best DLNA function. A2W could cast all your photos, music, movie and 3D MSG from your smart phone onto HDTV.
Miracast function can't be compatible with products that without HDCP TX/RX certificate.
Each A2W Phone Cast Dongle has intergrated HDCP TX and HDCP RX key, which ensure A2W to be compatible with miracast function of every brand mobile phone and pad such as iPhone, iPad, Samsung S3/ S4/ Note3/ Note4/ Pad, Sony Z Series, LG Optimus G, Mi 2S3, OPPO Find
The EZAir function of A2W is similar with the Airplay function of Apple, you could cast movies, photos, music from you iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to HDTV with big screen entirely.
2) Chromecast (EZCast )
Users also could mirror online contents on Chrome to HDTV, more from Youtube, Netflex, Youku, Sohu, etc..
The Miracast function of A2W, allows users mirrored the whole interface of mobile Phone, Tablet or Laptop onto HDTV with big screen. When playing 3D MSG(Motion Sensing Game), you could use the tablet as the game control, and enjoy it with the big TV screen.
The DLNA function of A2W, support users sharing music, photos and video on their personal device, like laptop, camera, portable device, mobile phone, with friends by wifi connection on TV. More sharing from famous online video website like Tencent, Sohu, PPTV etc..
Supported Operation System:
Android OS 2. IOS OS 3. MAC OS: 3. WINDOWS XP, /7/8/8.1
1 x Measy A2W Miracast Dongle
1 x USB Cable
Top Customer Reviews
On my Nexus 5, it was stupidly over complicated to set up, and even when finally set up, the process of mirroring the screen is a joke (the Nexus 5 will not see this as a wireless display without the EZCast app running for a start). The EZCast app is nice looking but most of it doesn't work or functions poorly (on the Nexus 5 at least, but reviews on Google Play suggest most devices have issues) - the camera option gives the error "access denied" for example.
I tried DNLA, and videos buffer constantly (both from my Nexus 5 and other sources).
Basically, none of these type of devices are much good - even premium ones from the likes of HTC. They are just no good, and Chromecast is no better in terms of functionality.
My advice is get a wired HDMI adapter for your mobile devices or a proper wireless HDMI sender, as there is not a single wireless solution that works properly at this time (if I ever find one, I'll post an update).
Sent back for a refund.
I bought the EZC to cast streamed TV programes from my laptop to my TV. Offering a simpler method than the 12 foot wire I am currently using.
However, it is not designed to do this. It is designed to cast items already within your computer onto a TV.
There is a list of programmes it will stream off the net and cast, these programmes are pre loaded. They do not include iplayer or other TV programmes. (My hdmi cable does these perfectly.
It will cast programmes onto a TV, using mirror but with with distorted sound track.The picture is perfect.
Downloading the programme from EZC is easy enough, there are two to choose from, the early one merely streams items from within your computer.
The one lablled 18.104.22.168 allows connection with the internet. It downloads EZC selected programmes as well.
You need to check that your router will work with the EZC, (Netgear have a web site for this)
Connecting the HMDI sender to the TV is straightforward as is pluging in the supplied USB power line.If you don't have a spare USB socket you have to find a 5v 500mamp charger with micro usb socket.
The EZC automatically loads itself and connects to your router, when you switch the TV on, it automatically shows its opening page. If the TV is off - it doesn't work.
Clicking on the EZC icon, opens a blue rectangle - which does nothing, seemingly, the TV will show its opening screen with the SSID and password at the top of the screen
A Z appears in the middle of the blue rectangle, with radiating circles - indicating it is searching for the sender and router.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not the easiest to understand but now I am ok with it and using it most days in my tv so I can stream films from my tablet and phonePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
After going on amazon mayday and having this item recommended to use with kindle fire hdx7. Found it was not compatible. Had to return and then purchase netgear push tv. Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2015 by Malcolm Roffe
I have just bought two of these devices and now wish that I had read the reviews first.
However suprisingly I have not seen the problem that I personally encountered mentioned... Read more
Very disappointed, item stopped working after two days and now am stuck with an item which is useless and there is nothing that I can doPublished on 6 Jan. 2015 by M. Mohamed
Correct, but the mirroring on tablet (xperia z by sony) loss wifi to internet connection and the PC screen is a little bigger on TV screenPublished on 5 Dec. 2014 by H-S.CImpeanu