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Wirelessly Transmit Android Screen to TV

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Wirelessly Transmit Android Screen to TV

I am looking for an app that will wirelessly send my Android screen to my TV through my XBOX360 or PS3. I have found app that send specific media on you phone storage, but I want to show everything that is on my screen. Specifically I want to view my Jetflix shows to my TV, which is streaming the media. Or do the same with DroidTV Primtime.

I found this YouTube video that seems to do exactly that, but can't find any actual application information or download information.

Anyone have any ideas how this can be done?

Edit: I have searched Google for Android Phone to TV and Internal Sender, which are the only clue I get from the video.

Edit: found that it is AWIND INC company that made the app...

Edit: looks like they make servers, so a media server might be necesarry....?

Anyone know of any apps out there that might be able to send Android screen to a XBOX or PS3 wirelessly?
Date: Sep 5, 2012   



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