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    Question Wifi 42pfl5028h/12

    Hi,

    I have a Philips 42pfl5028h/12 TV. When I scan Wifi networks in my area I have noticed that the Philips TV has its own wireless network called DIRECT-BH pass-PHILIPS TV.

    When I want to log on to this wifi network I need a password. Is there a default password for this network?

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    Gijs

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    Hi,

    this should be the wireless network for MIRACAST... take a look at the manual, how to use Miracast

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    I read the manual several times but I can't find anything about the password.

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    Hi,

    you don't understand... ;-)

    With Miracast you can mirrow the screen of your Android-Device (or any other device with supports Miracast) - it's supported from Android 4.2 and up (or Intel Wireless Display WiDi - driver 3.5 and up).

    On you Miracast-Server-Device (Android or WiDi) you can enter a PIN/Password - then you need to input the same PIN/Password at your TV. Then a connection is established.

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    Now I understand. Thanks for your support.




    Quote Originally Posted by Toengel View Post
    Hi,

    you don't understand... ;-)

    With Miracast you can mirrow the screen of your Android-Device (or any other device with supports Miracast) - it's supported from Android 4.2 and up (or Intel Wireless Display WiDi - driver 3.5 and up).

    On you Miracast-Server-Device (Android or WiDi) you can enter a PIN/Password - then you need to input the same PIN/Password at your TV. Then a connection is established.

    Toengel@Alex

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