Summary of feedback from screen users of old TV screens
Recently, there have been three or four online inquiries about the old TV’s wireless sharing. In this article to summarize, hope to the old TV phone screen share friends a little help.
AWIND’s wireless mirroring box, which can be used wirelessly on older TVS as long as the TV has a VGA/HDMI port, still runs into some problems in practice.
If the user’s TV can be plugged in and connected to the Internet
The DLNA protocol is relatively handy for this kind of TV when it is projected through AWIND wireless presentation. DLNA screen mirroring refers to the projection of video apps (Youtube, Tencent TV, huawei video or local video) on the TV. At present, users’ mobile phone screen mirroring is also mainly used in this way.
If your TV can’t plug in an Internet cable or connect to the Internet, your Android phone will screen online videos without sound
If your TV doesn’t have the ability to plug in an Internet cable, which means the DLNA protocol (streaming media push) doesn’t work when your phone is mirror your TV, then it has to mirror the screen. In the Mirror Screen Agreement, An Android phone USES an Miracast screen, online video has no sound on a TV (the local one does) and an iPhone’s screen image can be used.
Some old TELEVISIONS only have VGA interface, but the VGA cable does not transmit sound, no matter what the phone mirroring screen has no sound.
The solution to android phone mirroring without sound:
Via bluetooth speaker. When the phone is mirroring the TV, there is no sound on the TV, but there is sound on the phone. If you have a Bluetooth speaker, you can do it. The phone can simultaneously project images onto the TV and voice onto a Bluetooth speaker.