Wireless display, streaming, doc/pic viewer Actions Micro markets their technology to several projector manufacturers. You need to refer to your projector manual to determine if it is compatible. You may need to buy a USB WiFi adapter for the projector. It is not an industry standard like Miracast. A standard implementation would include access point or infrastructure access, depends on the projector installation. Best scenario is infrastructure where the projector is connected to your router. This is the only way the Dropbox and Web Browser features can work. Possible to show multiple users at once, up to 4. There are also Windows\Mac\iOS versions of this app so you can display multiple platforms at once. Doc viewer works with text, pdf, Office, Pages. You have to enable the feature on the projector first to get connection. There is a passcode displayed that you need to enter.
Fails with no feedback EZ Remote works, connection to port 23 with telnet works, EZ Display shows no devices and has no config nor debugging display; just fails. Multiple devices tested against InFocus IN126STa projector.
Error upon error Our school got the projectors with the ez display program. The program is full of glitches, the screen randomly starts flipping upside down and back. Next moment the program stops working or the screen just goes blank. Another firm favourite is the message of not finding any projectors to connect to, even though using the projector helps alot, the program we HAVE to use is CR##PY.... FIX IT PLEASE, it is wasting my class time SO MUCH
Dunno yet I just downloaded it now so I'll see how good it works on Monday at school
Does not work!
It's a peace of poop
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