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    Lightbulb Remote FROM PC to Nexus 7....

    I would like to be able to pull up what I'm watching on my Nexus 7 tablet onto my PC without wires (HDMI connection).

    Is there an app that allows me to remote my Nexus 7 tablet to my PC wirelessly. Not bluetooth, no no no. And I mean full functionality, not Airdroid or anything like that. Any feedback would be appreciated! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Correen M View Post
    I would like to be able to pull up what I'm watching on my Nexus 7 tablet onto my PC without wires (HDMI connection).

    Is there an app that allows me to remote my Nexus 7 tablet to my PC wirelessly. Not bluetooth, no no no. And I mean full functionality, not Airdroid or anything like that. Any feedback would be appreciated! Thanks!
    Have a look in the playstore for an app called splashtop and see if that's what you're looking for....

    sent from my Nexus 7 using tapatalk pro..
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    Default Re: Remote FROM PC to Nexus 7....

    Quote Originally Posted by xceeder View Post
    Have a look in the playstore for an app called splashtop and see if that's what you're looking for....

    sent from my Nexus 7 using tapatalk pro..
    Looked it up, and it doesn't do what I'm trying to do...

    Splashtop says: "This is the ONLY remote desktop app that streams the whole PC or Mac screen to your Android tablet... " and "GO EVERYWHERE WITH JUST YOUR ANDROID DEVICE WITHOUT HAVING TO CARRY YOUR COMPUTER!"

    Thanks though...any other suggestions?
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    Thumbs up Re: Remote FROM PC to Nexus 7....**SOLVED**

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    I found an app. It's called MirrorOP. It has a license product fee of $9.99USD. Check out the Google PlayStore...Thanks!
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    Default Re: Remote FROM PC to Nexus 7....

    You can mirror you device with a Miracast compatible TV or get a Miracast dongle like the Netgear Push2TV...it's about 60 dollars. This video explains it pretty well. http://m.cnet.com/videos/mirror-your.../50155750?ds=1

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    Right on. I didn't see your last post but I was just about to suggest that app after doing a little searching. Glad u got it worked out.

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    Default Re: Remote FROM PC to Nexus 7....**SOLVED**

    Quote Originally Posted by Correen M View Post
    **SOLVED**

    I found an app. It's called MirrorOP. It has a license product fee of $9.99USD. Check out the Google PlayStore...Thanks!
    From what I was seeing on the website, it only sends a video stream from the Android device to the computer, it doesn't seem to let you actually use the device via the computer?
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