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Old 04-08-2015, 10:28 PM   #1
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screen mirroring

Anybody know how to get around the block on screen mirroring on iPad? found out the hard way on vacation that it's blocked. I had a lighting to HDMI adapter and a HDMI cable all ready to go. iPad came up on the big screen launched the Tivo APP all ways good but as soon as the stream started I got a msg on the screen it was blocked

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Old 04-09-2015, 08:10 AM   #2
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Use kmttg to download the videos to your ipad and play them without restriction using vlc or other video player rather than using the DRM inhibited tivo app.

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Old 04-09-2015, 10:37 PM   #3
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Use kmttg to download the videos to your ipad and play them without restriction using vlc or other video player rather than using the DRM inhibited tivo app.
As much as I like this this idea and even had a lighting to SD card reader with some of my shows on it I like to stream the new shows that recorded when I was out of town. But thank you

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Old 04-14-2015, 09:55 PM   #4
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You can use the webserver feature of kmttg to stream recorded shows. I don't know if safari blocks screen mirroring.
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I checked, as expected screen mirroring works (older iPad with 30pin to HDMI adapter)

As an alternative you could set up a kmttg auto transfer job for the shows you want to view remotely. Use the auto job to have kttmg download and encode the shows. You can either put your encoded shows in a cloud (dropbox) folder or use the kmttg web server to download the videos.


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Old 04-24-2015, 09:40 AM   #5
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All those options require you to move / configure content ahead of time. I have another suggestion:

Get a FireTV stick and side-load the android tablet version of the app on it...

http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...ghlight=firetv

or

Install DuOS Android emulator on a laptop and load the android tablet version of that app on it...

https://youtu.be/cvHgSSXRi-c

TiVo Android app on PC using AMI DuOS


Both will allow you to display to a large monitor / TV remotely. A lot easier than trying to rig some nasty work around with an iPad.

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Old 04-25-2015, 06:40 PM   #6
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All those options require you to move / configure content ahead of time. I have another suggestion:
Not true. You can use the kttmg server to stream any (non protected) video showing on your NPL (my shows) to a compliant browser without any advance content configuration. Works fine with Safari, Chrome and Dolphin. You may need to change the configuration of your router and/or firewall.

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Bradley's suggestion makes sense if you own a Firestick and are planning on bringing your laptop with you. If you don't own a firestick use KTTMG server to stream the shows and use a HDMI cable to connect your laptop directly to a TV set.


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Not true. You can use the kttmg server to stream any (non protected) video showing on your NPL (my shows) to a compliant browser without any advance content configuration. Works fine with Safari, Chrome and Dolphin. You may need to change the configuration of your router and/or firewall.

edited to add:
Bradley's suggestion makes sense if you own a Firestick and are planning on bringing your laptop with you. If you don't own a firestick use KTTMG server to stream the shows and use a HDMI cable to connect your laptop directly to a TV set.
This must be new(er) functionality in KMTTG, I am intrigued... In the past, I have used KMTTG to transfer content from my TiVo's to local storage - however, I do a lot less of that these days.

I didn't realize that Moyakj added a streaming service to the package! Now I have something to test tonight!

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