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If Zillinium's suggestion to make changes into the "system / build.prop" does not make it fully function, you might need to also change the "/system/etc/wfdconfig.xml" file also. The following steps require both require root access and custom recovery TWRP. Pre N (Nougat) the long way. You could use the nano command to add and/or change values, but for ...


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i can't possibly walk you through all the system modifications that are required but it's definitely possible with root access... Reasons for Google's changes.... MiraCast has never been fully supported by Android, it usually had serious problems trying to convert the screen into a standard 1080 or 720 resolution video, this usually caused just a ...


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You might want to give Virtual Xposed a spin. It is an application that acts as a sort of "host" for other user apps you can install inside it. It then has full control over the process of the inner app, and can apply the functionality of some Xposed apps without requiring an unlocked bootloader or Root. However, it can only work for Xposed modules that ...


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As of now, it is possible to cast the contents of that app using Miracast, provided that both the Android phone and the TV supports that. I know for sure OnePlus 5, OnePlus 6, Redmi 5A and Redmi Note 5 Pro and Sony Bravia (don't know model number) supports Miracast, but Motorola G4 Plus doesn't. I have used Amazon Prime app on the four devices personally ...


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