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Yes there is! Today Netflix released an offical App. Netflix Blog post about release. Currently Netflix playback is supported on the following phones: HTC Incredible with Android 2.2 HTC Nexus One with Android 2.2, 2.3 HTC Evo 4G with Android 2.2 HTC G2 with Android 2.2 Samsung Nexus S with Android 2.3 If you don't have one of these devices but you ...
See this page for the Galaxy S's standard TV-Out cable as sold by Samsung, this plugs into the 3.5mm headphone port on the phone. It can also output HDMI via an adaptor that plugs into the micro-USB port, though this has the obvious disadvantage that you can't plug it into power to charge at the same time as playing.
According to this blog post, you need a 3.5mm -> RCA/Phono cable, and it goes in the headphone socket of the phone.
Netflix recently posted on their blog that they will begin to roll out support for individual devices in the coming year, but not a generic Netflix app. They claim: The hurdle has been the lack of a generic and complete platform security and content protection mechanism available for Android. You can read the entire post at ...
You can use the "AllShare" apk, which enable you to use DLNA phone device (Im considering that your sony bravia supports DLNA).
As of today, no there is nothing public. Like Matt says, you can find this out through other sites instead of asking here. A simple Google search will give you results of speculation and rumor like this: http://mashable.com/2010/08/07/netflix-android-app/
No, as of Sept. 18, 2010, but according to this story Netflix appears to have hired Android developers, almost certainly for this purpose: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/08/10/netflix-android-app/
Don't forget DLNA using the AllShare app, if your TV system supports it.
I personally use Amazon Fire TV and the Amazon Fire Stick and it works fine. The Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter is supposed to work with Android devices as well. How to use display mirroring on the Fire TV and Stick (from Amazon's website): To quickly start display mirroring, on your Amazon Fire TV remote press and hold the Home button and select ...
I'll go ahead and post this as an answer. Android 4.2, including Sony's package on the Z1, supports Miracast - a wireless display standard that's sorta becoming a thing now. Miracast is what Sony uses to connect you to their own TV's, so it's not a proprietary Sony thing (surprisingly). In order to use Miracast, you need either a Smart TV with the feature ...
Since the Tab 8.9 uses a proprietary connector (as do other Samsung tablets), you need to use an adapter that they provide. These could previously be purchased direct from Samsung, but have since been discontinued. Resellers now list a wide range of pricing on sites such as eBay. There was also an even older RCA adapter made by Samsung, but the Tab 7 Plus, ...
I cannot give my assurance for the mini-PC you've got, but the following works well on my Nexus 6 running stock Android 6.0.1 with MX Player v1.8.3. Alright, so discard whatever actions you've setup and follow this simple one: Code → Run Shell → Command: am start -n com.mxtech.videoplayer.ad/.ActivityScreen -d "file://FILE" --user ID ...
It sounds as though you are using your TV as a media renderer for a media server (hosted on your PC or other computer device). If that is the case, then yes, it is possible to use your android device as a media renderer for a media server. Download MediaHouse UPnP / DLNA Browser and a video player with a codec that supports your video file-types (VPlayer ...
There are definitely Android DLNA clients and servers which will allow you to share or receive videos or other media over a wireless network, see these previous questions: DLNA enabled media player? What can I do with DLNA on an android smartphone? Can I get DLNA on my Droid? What is the Android Answer to Air Video Server? If you have a TV with a USB port, ...
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