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Topic # 190925 16-Jan-2016 17:14
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Apart from very detailed Manuals (usually non-existent anyway), is there any way to identify if a phone or tablet has a MHL and/or Slimport compatible USB port?

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  Reply # 1472771 16-Jan-2016 18:33
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Google MHL port and phone "x"?

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  Reply # 1472782 16-Jan-2016 18:46
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Plug in an adaptor see if it works.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1472790 16-Jan-2016 19:02
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There is an official support list

http://www.mhlconsortium.org/devices.aspx

Motorola notable by absence



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  Reply # 1472855 16-Jan-2016 21:21
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     >There is an official support list<

Yes, I'm aware of the various lists, but was wondering if there was a physical means, viz. either a mark or symbol, or if specification software can detect MHL or Slimport?

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  Reply # 1472906 16-Jan-2016 23:02
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That's a good point. No idea. I would expect one of the hardware/config information utilities to report it. I have never used one on android.

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  Reply # 1473101 17-Jan-2016 12:23
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I had it until I flashed a different ROM. It's device and software dependant.

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