kandi X-RAY | Miracast Summary
kandi X-RAY | Miracast Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Set WiFiP status
- Start search all peers
- Set the device to be used
- Start miracast
- Write a warning to the logger
- Issue an INFO log message
- Send INFO to the caller
- Log a message to the log
- Log a warning
- Log a message at the error level
- Reset the broadcast receiver
- Invoked when an RTP packet is received
- On query item
- Called when pause is paused
- Called when a group is available
- Called when a channel is disconnected
- Called when the window is focus
- Native callback
- Handles the key down
- Handle key up
- Stops the alarm
- Initializes the surface
- Initializes the controller
- Register the broadcast broadcast
- Checks if network is available
- Show progress dialog
Miracast Key Features
Miracast Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Miracast
Consider the following code snippets and the resulting printouts from the console:Snippet 1
Behaves just fine. Everything is hunkydory.Code ...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-25 at 13:43
Returning from a
finally block discards the exception. The function can't return and raise the exception, and you're telling it that you want it to return.
The exception is going to be thrown, but before the
try statement can be exited, the
finally block needs to be run. Your
finally block says "regardless of whatever you thought you were doing, I want to return". So the exception is discarded.
Similary, if you were returning from a
try block, and the
finally block raised an exception, the return value would be discarded.
See Defining Clean-up Actions in the Python docs:
- If an exception occurs during execution of the
tryclause, the exception may be handled by an
exceptclause. If the exception is not handled by an
exceptclause, the exception is re-raised after the
finallyclause has been executed.
- If a
finallyclause includes a return statement, the
finallyclause’s return statement will execute before, and instead of, the return statement in a
I have a problem with
MediaRouter for an android application,i followed the android API guide for
MediaRouter but when i run the application,on toolbar doesn't appear any button.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-24 at 13:11
I had the same problem. In my case it was becasue the button is only shown if there is some media receiver detected such as Chromecast or a custom media route. If you don't have any device to send the button doesn't show.
I want to connecting my devices to the projector Display (infocus) using Wireless Display Adapter (Wecast Miracast).
a. When Connecting Smartphone to Miracast, sucessfully without any problems
b. Connecting Notebook/laptop (Windows 10) to Miracast, sucessfully without any problems
c. But when I want to Connecting Personal Computer (Windows 10) to Miracast, not successfully. I use USB Wifi Adapter TP Link TL-WN722N. Wifi successfully paired.
give me suggestions. thank you very much...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-27 at 13:47
Thats because the tp link WLAN Adapter 722n does not support Miracast, even the new driver does not help. Sorry for that.
I have a very odd problem with the bottom navigation buttons. Our device has for a reason unknown to us set
ro.sf.hwrotation=270 in device properties list. With this settings everything works in portrait mode as intended (the boot logo/animation, system activities, our app, ...). What does not work is Miracast display which is, as you might have guessed it, incorrectly rotated.
So I have decided to look at it more closely and as the first step changed the property to
ro.sf.hwrotation=0. Luckily this has fixed the Miracast issue, all system activities are still in portrait, our app ditto except this weird issue:
The buttons are gone. When rotated to landscape, again, everything is as it should except the buttons (now even stuck to the right side):
Can somebody give me a hint where to look? I can't see anything suspicious in the logs, no crash or exception.
Most likely the buttons are somehow weirdly rotated too but then again, why only the buttons? Is there something specific to them? If I revert the setting, everything is back to normal....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-31 at 12:50
Although this is hardly a generic solution, it may help someone in the future: our device had tweaked not only the rotation setting but also
ro.sf.lcd_density (changed from 160 to 188).
While experimenting I noticed that Overview (recent apps) button still somehow works, it's just hardly reachable (and not visible). So the button was there.
After yet another round of experiments and I noticed an innocent change of the density setting - and guess what, after reverting the value to 160 it worked again! For some reason we had decreased the LCD's width/height this way.
Of course, it comes with a price - now that we have increased LCD resolution, the device shows one button more and even in different order.
Accidentally, when I was about to start to live with different DPI/button arrangement I found this post: https://community.nxp.com/thread/384348#comment-831065. The author handles only one side of the display so this is a version to handle all four of them:
I have a situation where a laptop always ends up have a connection error when trying to establish a screen share using Miracast. Shockingly this phenomenon began right after joining the lenovo laptop to active directory domain. I have attempted to solve the problem by first uninstalling and reinstalling the dual wireless driver.
Secondly Modified Wireless Network Policy Permissions in order resolve the problem by way of going to the Network Permissions tab within the wireless network policy and then in the policy setting Don't allow WiFi Direct groups and unchecking this setting.
Also specifically for WIDI Config Firewall Exception Rules. I went into Windows Firewall Area via Control Panel > System and Security > Windows Firewall > Allow program or feature through firewall . Selected Wireless display and Allowed for Domain, Private and Public. Then click allow another app. Browse and navigated to C:\Windows\System32\WUDFHost.exe and added this rule.
I also checked the policies Computer Configuration > Policies > Windows Settings >Security Settings > Wireless Network (IEEE 802.11) Policies
Double clicked the setting for wireless policies and a dialog box appeared. Opened the Network Permissions tab and selected Allow everyone to create all user profiles.
Finally opened regedit on laptop and then checked if the following registry entry Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Wireless with the intention to delete the the XP folder if it existed there but there was no folder like that.
At the end of the day all of the above didn't do the trick. What am i missing here. Any suggestions. Workarounds ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-30 at 19:27
This question can be ignored. It has been re-posted in the Super user community.
We are looking for an Android intent that we can use to trigger the PlayTo menu to appear. This way we can have the menu appear by sending the intent (using tasker) instead of having to navigate through the notification bar at the top of the screen.
We are doing this on an Asus Zenpad 10. Essentially we are looking for the simplest way of displaying the miracast devices available - the PlayTo feature does this.
Is there anyway of doing this?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-22 at 09:14
No, that is by Google's design not possible. User has to invoke that menu self.
You didn't specify what is the target device you'll be playing to. If it is a Chromecast, then you could try one of those Tasker plugins:
AutoCastapp by joaoapps
maybe they'll also work in your case, but that's a long shot
I test the scenario 3 of the BasicMediaCasting sample. I share my image with:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-13 at 07:10
Unfortunately no, only
MediaElement have the required
GetAsCastingSource method, so you cannot create a casting source from a
ScrollView. I understand that you would like to enable the user to zoom the picture while it is casted, but I think this is not possible unless the target device has this functionality by itself.
i will only show the Image (Koala) to my external monitor over Miracast. the penguin is only as a preview for myself like a presentation App. Is it possible that only the ScrollViewer and inside Image will shown on the Miracast?
here my XAML:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-30 at 02:46
Is it possible that only the ScrollViewer and inside Image will shown on the Miracast?
Yes. You could check scenario 3 of the BasicMediaCasting sample. In this sample, It renders video on Miracast. You also could render images on Miracast. You just need to pass the image's CastingSource Class object to the
RequestStartCastingAsync method like the following:
I am a rookie to Android and doing my best to learn - don't throw rocks please.
Thanks to the awesome example of @commonsguy at: https://github.com/commonsguy/cw-omnibus/blob/master/Presentation/Simple/app/src/main/java/com/commonsware/android/preso/simple/MainActivity.java
I can display a website to the secondary display (my case a Miracast external monitor).
- Currently the website is displayed but I can't interact with it (scroll up, down, click links, enter username, password etc.). Is there a way to make this area as input ready? (have a hardware keyboard and mouse attached and would love to be able to use these to navigate the page)
Have added logic from Why is Android WebView refusing user input? but it did not help either....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-13 at 12:13
Is there a way to make this area as input ready?
No, sorry. External displays are display-only in standard Android. You can collect input on the primary display (e.g., your phone or tablet) and use that to affect the contents on the external display (e.g., call
pageUp() on the
WebView), but that's it.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Miracast like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Miracast component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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