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Topic # 133453 22-Oct-2013 21:26
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  Reply # 920002 22-Oct-2013 21:31
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Hi does anyone know if i can change settings for screen resolution or aspect ratio so that my s3 screen fits my panasonic tv?thanks

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  Reply # 920007 22-Oct-2013 21:40
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If you're using an AllShare Cast Hub it should output at 1280x720, and any HD TV should be able to handle that fine.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 920012 22-Oct-2013 21:47
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Yea it does it fine but it cuts of the edges of my phone screen on the tv have tryed aspect raito on tv remote does resolve it wonder if any one else has this problem ?




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  Reply # 920013 22-Oct-2013 21:49
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  Reply # 920058 23-Oct-2013 00:27
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You may need to adjust overscan settings on the TV.

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  Reply # 920096 23-Oct-2013 08:13
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Yea, it is an overscan problem. Hopefully your TV has a setting to stop overscan. Unfortunately, my Pana plasma doesn't.



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  Reply # 920696 23-Oct-2013 21:55
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Awesome thanks for that ! It was the overscan setting i was lucky my tv has the on off for overscan



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