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Topic # 224335 13-Nov-2017 18:15
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Exactly that, i have an apple TV 3 and a Samsung J1 can I cast for instance tvnz or choice ondemand from my phone to the appleTV?

 

 

 

I can't seem to geta straight answer from the web, so i am hoping someone here has actually acomplished this

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1900341 13-Nov-2017 18:39
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No. Not unless you can find an aftermarket airplay app. But even then it might not play nice with the tvnz/three app. You’d be better to look at a chromecast. The iOS apps support it, so I’d expect android. But ymmv for your version of android.




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