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Q. Why can’t my android sender mirror screen to receiver?
A. For Android 5.0 above devices: Please update MirrorOp Sender to version 1.1.8.4 above, it’s not necessary to root to use MirrorOp Sender. However, audio mirroring works only on rooted Android 5.0 now.
For other Android devices: Please make sure your Android device is rooted to use MirrorOp Sender. Or you’ll just get black screen on receiver.
For Galaxy Devices: There is no need to root to use MirrorOp Galaxy Sender. If this issue happens, please check the connection between MirrorOp Sender and Receiver.
Q. Why can’t I use sender on my iPhone with iOS 8?
A. For MirrorOp iOS Sender, you can only install it on iOS device with jailbroken iOS 4-6.And we don’t have any plan to support iOS 7/8.
Q. Does the MirrorOp Sender support my smart TV?
A. No. MirrorOp Sender only supports MirrorOp compatible devices. Most smart TVs cannot support MirrorOp. However, if you are able to install Android app in your smart TV, you can try to install Android MirrorOp Receiver to make it become MirrorOp compatible. Android MirrorOp Receiver can be found here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.awindinc.receiver
Q. I don’t know “Login name” and “Login code” when I want to do manually connection.
A. You can input any login name you like or keep default value. Login code should be filled if the receiver enables login code and displays on its own screen. If you cannot read any login code from the receiver, just keep it blank.
Q. How long can I use a sender which is not licensed?
A. If your receiver is not recognized as a paid receiver and the sender is non-licensed, you can use at most 5 minutes per mirroring session (starting to count after switching to the other app). You can return to sender’s play/stop screen and then the counter will be reset. Therefore, you always be able to use it but need to return to sender every 5 minutes.

 

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