Wi-Fi Direct is a Peer-to-Peer technology upon which Miracast connections made. Even though some Android devices may detect the ScreenBeam receiver in the Wi-Fi Direct scan results, they will not be able to connect to ScreenBeam receiver using the Wi-Fi direct feature. The device must also support Miracast in order to connect to ScreenBeam.
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- Is the ScreenBeam Configuration Utility available for download from anywhere other than the Microsoft or Google Play stores?
- Why do I get the "Error; Refused to Connect" when trying to sign in to my support account?
- Can I connect several Intel WiDi or Miracast devices to the ScreenBeam receiver simultaneously?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Intel WiDi laptop?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Miracast device?
- Can I connect to multiple ScreenBeam display adapters simultaneously?
- Can I downgrade the firmware currently installed on my ScreenBeam device?
- Can I stream to multiple HDTV's using an HDMI splitter with my ScreenBeam receiver?
- Do I need an existing wireless network in order to use ScreenBeam?
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