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MP150W Compatibility

Miroir projectors are tested for compatibility with some of the top smartphones, tablets streaming devices, and laptops available in the market. However, it is impossible to test every device available due to the shear number of these types of devices available. In general, to be able to project with a Miroir projector your source device must support video out.

How can I tell if my source device supports video out?

To find out if your source device supports HDMI video out we suggest you check your device’s product manual and your manufacturer’s website. Often, if a device supports video out, a manufacturer will offer a compatible HDTV adapter or provide specific instructions on what cables or adapters may be needed to connect your device to an HDMI display. You can also contact your device manufacturer directly and ask if your device supports video out, or if it can be connected to an HDMI display.

iOS Devices

Device Model Wired Connection Wireless Connection Mirroring
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 5s
iPhone 5c
iPhone 5
iPod touch 5th Generation
iPad Air
iPad Mini
iPad 4th Generation
Lightning™ Digital AV Adapter + HDMI Cable iOS 7 (or later) required and Miroir Wireless App Wired Connection – Yes

Wireless Connection – Not Available. Wireless viewing is limited with iOS to certain files types such as native video, photos, .PPTX files, .KEY files, and .PDF files.
iPhone 4s
iPad 3rd Generation
iPad 2nd Generation
30-Pin Digital AV Adapter + HDMI Cable iOS 7 (or later) required and Miroir Wireless App Wired Connection – Yes

Wireless Connection – Not Available. Wireless viewing is limited with iOS to certain files types such as native video, photos, .PPTX files, .KEY files, and .PDF files.
AppleTV
MacBook Pro with Retina Display
Mac Mini
Mac Pro
HDMI Cable Not Available Yes
MacBook Air
MacBook Pro
iMac
Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter + HDMI Cable Not Available Yes

Android Devices

Device Model Wired Connection Wireless Connection Mirroring
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung Galaxy S6
Not Available – these devices do not support video out via the Micro USB port Requires Android OS 4.4 or later and wireless screen mirroring capability Yes
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Samsung Galaxy S 5
Samsung Galaxy S 4
Samsung MHL Micro USB to HDMI HDTV Adapter + HDMI Cable + Micro USB Power Cable Requires Android OS 4.4 or later and wireless screen mirroring capability Yes

Streaming Devices

Device Model Wired Connection Wireless Connection Mirroring
AppleTV
Roku
Amazon Fire TV
U-verse
HDMI Cable Not Available Yes
Roku Streaming Stick
Google Chromecast
Amazon Fire TV Stick
Plug directly into the HDMI port on the projector

NOTE: Both the Chromecast and the Amazon Fire TV Stick require a power source. The USB power cable that comes with both these units can be plugged into the USB Out port on the projector or can be plugged into a wall outlet with the power adapter.

Not Available Yes

Other Devices

Device Model Wired Connection Wireless Connection Mirroring
GoPro Micro HDMI Adapter + HDMI Cable Not available Yes

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