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[[File:Ezcast0001.png| Make sure your laptop and all external displays are connected under the same SSID.]]
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[[File:Ezcast0001.png| Launch the app and select all dongles detected. ]]
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1. Audio Buffer<br/>
 
1. Audio Buffer<br/>
a. Long: A longer buffer may provide a better audio streaming experience<br/>
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: a. Long: A longer buffer may provide a better audio streaming experience<br/>
b. Short: This may cause the audio to crack more frequently<br/>
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: b. Short: This may cause the audio to crack more frequently<br/>
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|[[File:Ezcast-eznote.svg|link=]]
 
|EZNote
 
|EZNote
 
|View all the devices’ casting content in the output screen, then take notes directly on their own mobile device.
 
|View all the devices’ casting content in the output screen, then take notes directly on their own mobile device.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezkeep.svg|link=]]
 
|EZKeep
 
|EZKeep
 
|Review notes saved previously. Aside from browsing notes, users can also add bookmarks, edit notes information, make comments, delete notes, etc.
 
|Review notes saved previously. Aside from browsing notes, users can also add bookmarks, edit notes information, make comments, delete notes, etc.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezchannel.svg|link=]]
 
|EZChannel
 
|EZChannel
 
|Shows the most popular and latest online videos. Content includes movies, TV series, and 24-hour news. At the upper right corner, click the HQ/LQ button to allow the user to toggle between High Quality (HQ) and Low Quality (LQ) videos streams.
 
|Shows the most popular and latest online videos. Content includes movies, TV series, and 24-hour news. At the upper right corner, click the HQ/LQ button to allow the user to toggle between High Quality (HQ) and Low Quality (LQ) videos streams.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezimage.svg|link=]]
 
|Photo
 
|Photo
 
|After connecting a mobile device to the EZCast Pro Dongle II, use the Photo feature to browse images stored on the device. The EZCast Pro App also supports slideshow mode, which provides four different timing transition options (3, 5, 10, 30 seconds per photo).
 
|After connecting a mobile device to the EZCast Pro Dongle II, use the Photo feature to browse images stored on the device. The EZCast Pro App also supports slideshow mode, which provides four different timing transition options (3, 5, 10, 30 seconds per photo).
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezcamera.svg|link=]]
 
|Camera
 
|Camera
 
|Provides live casting service by transmitting a live image from the user’s device to an external display.
 
|Provides live casting service by transmitting a live image from the user’s device to an external display.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezmusic.svg|link=]]
 
|Music
 
|Music
 
|Stream audio to the output device. Note that when streaming music to an external display, the EZCast Pro Dongle II can only accept one device as the audio source.
 
|Stream audio to the output device. Note that when streaming music to an external display, the EZCast Pro Dongle II can only accept one device as the audio source.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezmovie.svg|link=]]
 
|Video
 
|Video
 
|Cast video content to the external display. Note that when using the Video function during Split Screen mode, all connected devices will be disconnected from network display mode.
 
|Cast video content to the external display. Note that when using the Video function during Split Screen mode, all connected devices will be disconnected from network display mode.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezdocument.svg|link=]]
 
|Document (iOS only)
 
|Document (iOS only)
 
|Review documents in the EZCast Pro App. This feature supports mainstream document formats, including Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, as well as Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes.
 
|Review documents in the EZCast Pro App. This feature supports mainstream document formats, including Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, as well as Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezweb.svg|link=]]
 
|Web
 
|Web
 
|Browse web content within the EZCast Pro App, without installing a 3rd party browser. To provide a better browsing experience, the EZCast Pro App comes with search portals like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, YouTube, etc already integrated. Users who previously owned an EZCast account can login first and browse bookmarks previously saved.
 
|Browse web content within the EZCast Pro App, without installing a 3rd party browser. To provide a better browsing experience, the EZCast Pro App comes with search portals like Google, Facebook, Yahoo, YouTube, etc already integrated. Users who previously owned an EZCast account can login first and browse bookmarks previously saved.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezcloud.svg|link=]]
 
|Cloud Storage
 
|Cloud Storage
 
|The EZCast Pro Dongle II integrates with most mainstream cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. With this function, users can browse, edit, delete or manage their cloud storage without leaving the EZCast Pro App.
 
|The EZCast Pro Dongle II integrates with most mainstream cloud storage services, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. With this function, users can browse, edit, delete or manage their cloud storage without leaving the EZCast Pro App.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezairview.svg|link=]]
 
|AirView
 
|AirView
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. This function also allows the user to choose the preferred refresh rate. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. This function also allows the user to choose the preferred refresh rate. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
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==Setting==
 
==Setting==
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezSSID.png|link=]]
 
|Scan 5G SSID and Connect
 
|Scan 5G SSID and Connect
 
|Connect the EZCast Pro Dongle II to preferred networks by selecting SSID and entering Wi-Fi password. After setup is complete, the user may utilize wireless functions such as online video streaming, web browsing, etc.
 
|Connect the EZCast Pro Dongle II to preferred networks by selecting SSID and entering Wi-Fi password. After setup is complete, the user may utilize wireless functions such as online video streaming, web browsing, etc.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezLang.png|link=]]
 
|Language
 
|Language
 
|Support mainstream languages such as English, French, German, Chinese, etc.  
 
|Support mainstream languages such as English, French, German, Chinese, etc.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezDevice.png|link=]]
 
|Device Name
 
|Device Name
|User may set new SSID for the EZCast Pro Dongle II, deciding whether to show SSID at the standby screen. Before turning off the SSID function, verify that the EZCast Pro Dongle II is already connected to a Wi-Fi router. Otherwise, this would cause the EZCast Pro Dongle II to lose wireless connectivity. If this occurs, users will need to do hard reset for the EZCast Pro Dongle II to regain wireless connectivity.
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|Users can set a new SSID for the EZCast Pro Dongle II. If the user doesn’t want to show the SSID at the standby screen, it could also be deactivated. Before turning off the SSID function, verify that the EZCast Pro Dongle II is already connected to a Wifi router. Otherwise, the EZCast Pro Dongle II may lose wireless connectivity. If this occurs, users will need to do hard reset for the EZCast Pro Dongle II to regain wireless connectivity.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezResolution.png|link=]]
 
|Resolution
 
|Resolution
 
|By default, the EZCast Pro Dongle II automatically selects the correct output resolution for the user. This function also supports manual selection.
 
|By default, the EZCast Pro Dongle II automatically selects the correct output resolution for the user. This function also supports manual selection.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezAirMode.png|link=]]
 
|EZAir Mode
 
|EZAir Mode
 
|EZAir mode is specifically designed for iOS devices (including iPhones and iPads) to enable users to utilize AirPlay, the native mirroring function provided by Apple. Users may select “Mirror only” or “Screen Mirror+Video Streaming”. The former can only mirror the screen content, while the latter can cast both screen and audio content to external displays.
 
|EZAir mode is specifically designed for iOS devices (including iPhones and iPads) to enable users to utilize AirPlay, the native mirroring function provided by Apple. Users may select “Mirror only” or “Screen Mirror+Video Streaming”. The former can only mirror the screen content, while the latter can cast both screen and audio content to external displays.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezAirView.png|link=]]
 
|AirView
 
|AirView
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezCastCode.png|link=]]
 
|Castcode Control
 
|Castcode Control
 
|If enabled, mirrors the screen by entering the cast code displayed on the standby screen.
 
|If enabled, mirrors the screen by entering the cast code displayed on the standby screen.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezMacConn.png|link=]]
 
|Max Connections
 
|Max Connections
 
|Select the number of devices allowed to connect to the EZCast Pro Dongle II. The default setting is 8 users. Note that connecting more devices lowers the network bandwidth available for each user.
 
|Select the number of devices allowed to connect to the EZCast Pro Dongle II. The default setting is 8 users. Note that connecting more devices lowers the network bandwidth available for each user.
 
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==Advanced Settings [[File:Ezcast-ezADVsetting.svg|40px|link=]]==
==Advanced Settings==
      
The Admin Setting is for advanced users (including MIS Engineer, IT specialist, Network admin, etc). The Admin Setting section allows customization of the EZCast configuration.
 
The Admin Setting is for advanced users (including MIS Engineer, IT specialist, Network admin, etc). The Admin Setting section allows customization of the EZCast configuration.
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezLang.png|link=]]
 
|Language
 
|Language
 
|Support major languages such as English, French, German, Chinese, etc.
 
|Support major languages such as English, French, German, Chinese, etc.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezDevice.png|link=]]
 
|Device Name
 
|Device Name
|User may set new SSID for the EZCast Pro Dongle II, deciding whether to show SSID at the standby screen. Before turning off the SSID function, verify that the EZCast Pro Dongle II is already connected to a Wi-Fi router. Otherwise, this would cause the EZCast Pro Dongle II to lose wireless connectivity. If this occurs, users will need to do hard reset for the EZCast Pro Dongle II to regain wireless connectivity.
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|Users can set a new SSID for the EZCast Pro Dongle II. If the user doesn’t want to show the SSID at the standby screen, it could also be deactivated. Before turning off the SSID function, verify that the EZCast Pro Dongle II is already connected to a Wifi router. Otherwise, the EZCast Pro Dongle II may lose wireless connectivity. If this occurs, users will need to do hard reset for the EZCast Pro Dongle II to regain wireless connectivity.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezResolution.png|link=]]
 
|Resolution
 
|Resolution
 
|By default, the EZCast Pro Dongle II automatically selects the correct output resolution for the user. This function also supports manual selection.  
 
|By default, the EZCast Pro Dongle II automatically selects the correct output resolution for the user. This function also supports manual selection.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezAirMode.png|link=]]
 
|EZAir Mode  
 
|EZAir Mode  
 
|EZAir mode is specifically designed for iOS devices (including iPhones and iPads) to enable users to utilize AirPlay, the native mirroring function provided by Apple. Users may select “Mirror only” or “Screen Mirror+Video Streaming”. The former can only mirror the screen content, while the latter can cast both screen and audio content to external displays.
 
|EZAir mode is specifically designed for iOS devices (including iPhones and iPads) to enable users to utilize AirPlay, the native mirroring function provided by Apple. Users may select “Mirror only” or “Screen Mirror+Video Streaming”. The former can only mirror the screen content, while the latter can cast both screen and audio content to external displays.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezAirView.png|link=]]
 
|AirView
 
|AirView
 
|When turning on AirView mode, with users’ own device, you may see all the casting content captured from external display. This function also enables the user to choose the preferred refresh rate.
 
|When turning on AirView mode, with users’ own device, you may see all the casting content captured from external display. This function also enables the user to choose the preferred refresh rate.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-eznote.svg|link=]]
 
|EZNote
 
|EZNote
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezCastCode.png|link=]]
 
|Castcode Control
 
|Castcode Control
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
|AirView mode allows users to see connected external displays on their own device. Users can also select the preferred refresh rate in the Setting menu.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezMacConn.png|link=]]
 
|Max Connections
 
|Max Connections
 
|Select the number of devices allowed to connect to the EZCast Pro Dongle II. The default setting is 8 users. Note that having more connected devices would mean lower network bandwidth available for each user.
 
|Select the number of devices allowed to connect to the EZCast Pro Dongle II. The default setting is 8 users. Note that having more connected devices would mean lower network bandwidth available for each user.
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezSSID.png|link=]]
 
|Scan 5G SSID and Connect
 
|Scan 5G SSID and Connect
 
|Connect the EZCast Pro Dongle II to preferred networks by selecting SSID and entering Wi-Fi password. After setup is complete, the user may utilize wireless functions such as online video streaming, web browsing, etc.
 
|Connect the EZCast Pro Dongle II to preferred networks by selecting SSID and entering Wi-Fi password. After setup is complete, the user may utilize wireless functions such as online video streaming, web browsing, etc.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-ezIPset.png|link=]]
 
|WiFi IP Setting
 
|WiFi IP Setting
 
|Sets up a default IP address and netmask. If more advanced settings are required, the user can also configure the IP address, Gateway, Netmask, and DNS settings manually.
 
|Sets up a default IP address and netmask. If more advanced settings are required, the user can also configure the IP address, Gateway, Netmask, and DNS settings manually.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-WFpw.png|link=]]
 
|WiFi Password
 
|WiFi Password
 
|Sets the Wi-Fi password for EZCast Pro Dongle II. Users may also set to hide the Wi-Fi password from the standby screen.
 
|Sets the Wi-Fi password for EZCast Pro Dongle II. Users may also set to hide the Wi-Fi password from the standby screen.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-WFchan.png|link=]]
 
|WiFi Channel
 
|WiFi Channel
 
|Configure WiFi channel settings manually, such as Country, Channel, and Bandwidth. Note that user will be unable to switch the WiFi Channel if the EZCast Pro Dongle II is connected to an external router.
 
|Configure WiFi channel settings manually, such as Country, Channel, and Bandwidth. Note that user will be unable to switch the WiFi Channel if the EZCast Pro Dongle II is connected to an external router.
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|[[File:Ezcast-Adminpw.png|link=]]
 
|Admin Password  
 
|Admin Password  
 
|Set New Admin Password for EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
 
|Set New Admin Password for EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-WFent.png|link=]]
 
|WiFi Enterprise  
 
|WiFi Enterprise  
 
|Upload user Digital certificates.  
 
|Upload user Digital certificates.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-HostAuth.png|link=]]
 
|Host Authority  
 
|Host Authority  
 
|Specify host user authorization, including conference control, device manager control, network setup control, and reboot control.  
 
|Specify host user authorization, including conference control, device manager control, network setup control, and reboot control.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-IAC.png|link=]]
 
|Internet Access Control  
 
|Internet Access Control  
 
|EZCast Pro Dongle II provides three options for Internet Access control.  
 
|EZCast Pro Dongle II provides three options for Internet Access control.  
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* All denied: None of the devices connected are allowed to access to the internet through EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
 
* All denied: None of the devices connected are allowed to access to the internet through EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-SNMP.png|link=]]
 
|SNMP  
 
|SNMP  
 
|Use to apply the same configuration to multiple EZCast Pro Dongle II devices, hence enriching IT management productivity.  
 
|Use to apply the same configuration to multiple EZCast Pro Dongle II devices, hence enriching IT management productivity.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-MyScreen.png|link=]]
 
|My Screen  
 
|My Screen  
 
|Select a wallpaper. The file must be in 1920x 1080 JPEG image, and smaller than 3MB.  
 
|Select a wallpaper. The file must be in 1920x 1080 JPEG image, and smaller than 3MB.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-OTAurl.png|link=]]
 
|OTA URL  
 
|OTA URL  
 
|Deploy a new firmware version to multiple devices at once.  
 
|Deploy a new firmware version to multiple devices at once.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-connection.png|link=]]
 
|Connection  
 
|Connection  
 
|EZCast Pro Dongle II provides three different ways to connect with EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
 
|EZCast Pro Dongle II provides three different ways to connect with EZCast Pro Dongle II.  
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* Via Router Only: Device can only connect to EZCast Pro Dongle II through Router.
 
* Via Router Only: Device can only connect to EZCast Pro Dongle II through Router.
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-upgrade.png|link=]]
 
|Upgrade  
 
|Upgrade  
 
|Use this function to upgrade to latest firmware. To enjoy the latest features from EZCast, verify that your firmware version is up to date.  
 
|Use this function to upgrade to latest firmware. To enjoy the latest features from EZCast, verify that your firmware version is up to date.  
 
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|[[File:Ezcast-reset.png|link=]]
 
|Reset to default  
 
|Reset to default  
 
|Reset EZCast Pro Dongle II to factory defaults. Note that once you click OK, all your configuration is reset.
 
|Reset EZCast Pro Dongle II to factory defaults. Note that once you click OK, all your configuration is reset.
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* '''Reboot'''
 
* '''Reboot'''
: Reboot EZCast Pro Dongle II for troubleshooting.
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|[[File:Ezcast-Reboot.png|link=]]
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|Reboot
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|Reboot EZCast Pro Dongle II for troubleshooting.
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* '''About'''
 
* '''About'''
 
: Shows detailed information about the EZCast Pro Dongle II, including SSID, Firmware version, Internet IP address, and MAC address.
 
: Shows detailed information about the EZCast Pro Dongle II, including SSID, Firmware version, Internet IP address, and MAC address.
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==Split Screen Mode [[File:Ezcast-ezSplitScreen.svg|40px|link=]] ==
    
Based on the number of connected devices, a host user may divide the external display to use a one-half, one-quarter or full-display screen setup.
 
Based on the number of connected devices, a host user may divide the external display to use a one-half, one-quarter or full-display screen setup.
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Ezcast-screen-onehalf.png| One-half
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Ezcast-screen-onequarter.png| One-quarter
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Ezcast-screen-full.png| Full
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==Mirror==
 
==Mirror==
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Users can also use the mirror feature. Note that in mirror mode, only the video is projected to the external display. All audio still comes out from the host media source.
 
Users can also use the mirror feature. Note that in mirror mode, only the video is projected to the external display. All audio still comes out from the host media source.
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<gallery widths="300px" heights="400px">
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Ezcast-SP-audio-mode.png|Smart phone audio mode
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</gallery>
    
==Privacy Setting==
 
==Privacy Setting==
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For features that collect data (like Google Analytics for App or Google Analytics for Dongle), users can decide whether they want to have these features turned on or not.
 
For features that collect data (like Google Analytics for App or Google Analytics for Dongle), users can decide whether they want to have these features turned on or not.
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