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|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]]
 
|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]]
 
|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.
 
|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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|[[File:Ezcast-ezResolution.png]]
 
|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]]
 
|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]]
 
|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]]
 
|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]]
 
|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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