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    Naseem
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    Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Naseem on 2014-11-02, 16:19

    So i wanted to connect my phone to my new monitor , i bought a MHL cable (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Cable-Matters-Adapter-integrated-Charging-Black/dp/B00ESM3Q7K), but everytime i tried connecting it to my monitor via HDMI it would message "input no supported". I then tried on another monitor and it worked with out any problems. Any ideas of whats the problem?

    Note: When i used a DVI-HDMI cable, instead of the HDMI-HDMI, it worked but the quality was poor.

    BTW the monitor is a AOC M2752VH
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/AOC-M2752VH-Widescreen-Multimedia-Monitor/dp/B00CX1Y3N4

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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Superman on 2014-11-02, 16:21

    did plug it in fully?
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Moe on 2014-11-02, 16:22

    use the another monitor, waiting for the 5m
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Naseem on 2014-11-02, 16:25

    Superman wrote:did plug it in fully?

    Yes, it works on another monitor in my house , but not my new monitor
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Naseem on 2014-11-02, 16:25

    Moe wrote:use the another monitor, waiting for the 5m

    funny, forgot to laugh.
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Vaqq on 2014-11-02, 16:28

    try turning it off and on again
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Naseem on 2014-11-02, 16:30

    Vaqq wrote:try turning it off and on again

    already tried
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Superman on 2014-11-02, 16:47

    Naseem wrote:
    Vaqq wrote:try turning it off and on again

    already tried

    can i get my money?
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Rock on 2014-11-02, 16:47

    To my knowledge and reading off of AOC's website, it won't work. I'm assuming your other monitor is a different brand correct? Based on AOC it says that your computer(Phone in your case) is not compatible with your monitor. I'm not much of a phones person but, if there is any way to change the display settings on your phone, change it to "Mirror on Display" and then it might work.
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Superman on 2014-11-02, 16:50

    Rock wrote:To my knowledge and reading off of AOC's website, it won't work. I'm assuming your other monitor is a different brand correct? Based on AOC it says that your computer(Phone in your case) is not compatible with your monitor. I'm not much of a phones person but, if there is any way to change the display settings on your phone, change it to "Mirror on Display" and then it might work.

    took the words right out of my mouth
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Naseem on 2014-11-02, 17:00

    Rock wrote:To my knowledge and reading off of AOC's website, it won't work. I'm assuming your other monitor is a different brand correct? Based on AOC it says that your computer(Phone in your case) is not compatible with your monitor. I'm not much of a phones person but, if there is any way to change the display settings on your phone, change it to "Mirror on Display" and then it might work.

    Could you provide me with the link , of where it says my phone is not compatible with my AOC monitor. Because as i said already, it connects if i use a DVI-HDMI. However the quality is poor, hence why I want to use HDMI-HDMI.

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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by aquatic girl on 2014-11-02, 17:17

    Have you tried to punch it? works sometimes.
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Zodz on 2014-11-02, 17:20

    Hello,

    This website marks if its monitors support MHL connectivity.

    You will see that on this monitor, the i2769vm, it does list MHL as a feature (under more detailed specification). http://www.dateks.lv/en/cenas/lcd-monitori/82540_aoc_i2769vm_27_

    On your monitor, the AOC m2752Vh, it does not list MHL as a feature.
    http://www.dateks.lv/en/cenas/lcd-monitori/83446_aoc_m2752vh_27_

    It does not appear as though your monitor supports it.

    Sorry
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by Rock on 2014-11-02, 17:22

    Naseem wrote:
    Rock wrote:To my knowledge and reading off of AOC's website, it won't work. I'm assuming your other monitor is a different brand correct? Based on AOC it says that your computer(Phone in your case) is not compatible with your monitor. I'm not much of a phones person but, if there is any way to change the display settings on your phone, change it to "Mirror on Display" and then it might work.

    Could you provide me with the link , of where it says my phone is not compatible with my AOC monitor. Because as i said already, it connects if i use a DVI-HDMI. However the quality is poor, hence why I want to use HDMI-HDMI.

    This by Zodz:
    Zodz wrote:Hello,

    This website marks if its monitors support MHL connectivity.

    You will see that on this monitor, the i2769vm, it does list MHL as a feature (under more detailed specification). http://www.dateks.lv/en/cenas/lcd-monitori/82540_aoc_i2769vm_27_

    On your monitor, the AOC m2752Vh, it does not list MHL as a feature.
    http://www.dateks.lv/en/cenas/lcd-monitori/83446_aoc_m2752vh_27_

    It does not appear as though your monitor supports it.

    Sorry

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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

    Post by The Uzumaki on 2015-03-13, 17:01

    nice guys pull out
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    Re: Connecting my HTC one M7 to my new monitor

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