Using a Smartphone via HDMI/MHL
What is HDMI/MHL? HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital
interface for audio and video sources. HDMI is a digital replacement for analog
video standards.
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) is an industry standard for a mobile audio
video interface that allows consumers to connect mobile phones, tablets, and
other portable consumer electronics (CE) devices to high-definition televisions
(HDTVs) and mobile multimedia receivers.
HDMI/MHL allows you to use the multimedia TFT touch screen to control your
mobile device.
Note: It may not be legal to view apps on a smartphone while driving or
controlling a vehicle. It is the drivers responsibility to obey local and federal
laws while driving or controlling a vehicle.
Interfacing your Smartphone - Android
Depending on your model and brand of smartphone HDMI / MHL may not be
supported. Check your smartphone documentation for supported features.
Note: In order to connect your smartphone to your JRV9000, you will need
an HDMI/MHL adapter for your particular brand of smartphone. In some
cases, you may need to connect the additional micro USB port (On the
adapter itself) to a power source in order for the HDMI/MHL adapter to
function properly.
Smartphone HDMI/MHL adapters are available at your local mobile phone
retailer. For example, if you have a Samsung S3/S4 or Note 2, you would buy the
below HDMI/MHL adapter:
Samsung ET-H10FAUWESTA Micro USB to HDMI
1080P HDTV Adapter Cable
For Samsung Galaxy S3/S4 and Note 2
Smartphone brands are usually only compatible with the same brand of HDMI /
MHL adapter.
Android smartphones will require an app that must be downloaded from Google
Play Store. Search for "Jensen HDMI/MHL Connect" in the search bar.
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