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Can't use HDMI to display on TV

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Member Since: ‎11-30-2016
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Can't use HDMI to display on TV

Old TVGo app was much better. New one does not work with my older Kindle Fire. I could display on my TV with HDMI. Now new app doesn't allow display on my TV with HDMI with my new Nvidia Shield tablet. It just shows error "Because of security protocols required by our Network partners, you can enjoy this video on your mobile device only." Big ripoff and stupid. 

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Don_S wrote:

Old TVGo app was much better. New one does not work with my older Kindle Fire. I could display on my TV with HDMI. Now new app doesn't allow display on my TV with HDMI with my new Nvidia Shield tablet. It just shows error "Because of security protocols required by our Network partners, you can enjoy this video on your mobile device only." Big ripoff and stupid. 


Correct, our mobile apps can't be viewed on the TV screen because of contractual restrictions.  We do, however, have a Roku app and you can connect a PC/laptop (because we have no way to block HDMI out from laptops).




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