Works well on my modded note 3. Best to lower the brightness as much as possible. Doesn't charge on Dell superspeed for best experience use andromium app from the playstore with this. Also as reading online it is probably better to have the OTG Y cable rather than regular OTG cable so you can also charge your Android device while mirroring the screen.
I've been using this app with a Diamond USB 2.0 to DVI adapter and it works great. I am awaiting delivery of my Superbook. I installed the Andromium app, connected the DVI adapter and USB keyboard to a powered USB hub. Connect my Moto G 4g (1st edition) to the USB hub via an OTC adapter and have a Android powered desktop. This app does take a while to get everything working. I just let it sit for a few moments after opening the app.
Very impressive. Some room for improvement. a) it assumes right handed mouse. b) the shift key doesn't capitalize letters (caps lock works though). c) could do with some keyboard shortcuts for 'home' (eg the Home key!), and to display all the open apps.
Works well with my HIS Multi-View+Sound device. Currently set up an old Motorola Lapdock to my Asus Zenfone 2 to use as a larger screen for watching movies, playing games, etc... I would like to see an option to just create a framebuffer that a chroot linux could use for X. I will point out that gaming seems a little sluggish with the phone vs. w/ a laptop, but that's to be expected. All-in-all, I love the ability to use an external display w/ my phone.
Works great when I plugged my HTC M9 into a USB OTG adapter into a DisplayLink dock. Works with video out and keyboard/mouse input!
Using a Nexus 5 with factory android 6.01, I get the following permission problem. 08-05 10:48:00.470 801 825 W PackageManager: Not granting permission android.permission.CAPTURE_VIDEO_OUTPUT to package com.displaylink.presenter (protectionLevel=18 flags=0x3808be44)
Improved behaviour when resuming from sleep and when upgrading.
Control the Android device from the touch screen panel of Multimedia Receiver.