As mentioned in the news, Skygo is finally available for Android 4..04/4.1/4.2+ and that includes the HTC One line.
If you have a HTC One & the HTC media link you can use it to mirror Skygo wirelessly to your TV.
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Have you tried it? Have seen patchy reports on the performance of the HTC Media Link.
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It works fine, after the recent update - and the quality is great (depending on the source of course).
From my experience its best to start your video/stream first and then connect to the medialink using the 3 finger gesture.
If you connect first and then start playing it can be a bit temperamental.
Wouldn't you just watch the sky box?
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Not if I'm staying in a hotel - or visiting someone.
or blagging access off your dads sky account
ok on nexus 7. How do u send it to tv tho?
thanks for info
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You can use a HTC medialink HD with any Android phone to beam photos/music/video located on the phone to the tv, using the app wi-fi media - for example ripped dvds.
But only the HTC One series and SG3 let u mirror display(with the appropriate dongle) which is what you need to beam live internet streams to the tv.
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