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USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Learner
Message 21 of 27
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Message 21 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

On Tuesday, March 12th 2019,I will be performing at a poetry and arts event. I want to be able to broadcast a YouTube video of a poem of mine, called Orange Slice Ships through a projector. Is it even possible to do so? And if it is tell me please exactly what I need. Thank you. I am nervous about what I have been reading here. I have an Xz2 Compact. I bought it in January. 

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Pioneer
Message 22 of 27
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Message 22 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Hi @Danin 

Did you succeed?


who knows knows
who doesn't doesn't
Talent
Message 23 of 27
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Message 23 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Really Sony? You will grab your money to disable automatic feature and forbidden the MHL support to us? Even the biggest chinese crap can do this and they can support everything that this port and processor can do and you, proud Japanese will start do this...I dont even know how to say it non-vulgary...okay, my XZ2 Compact is the last Sony phone, if your targer is to throw away all loyal customers of yours, let it be in your way.

First google it, then ask for it... Winking Face
Genius
Message 24 of 27
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Message 24 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

must admit this is pretty poor from Sony 

 

although it has to be said that with wifi speeds much faster these day there are still options but why take one away ?

Rookie
Message 25 of 27
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Message 25 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Dear Jonas,

 is there any information regarding support of the HDMI by the other Sony mobile(s)? It will be one of the GO/NoGO decision criteria for selecting my next mobile device. It will be a reason to interrupt the line of the approx. 50 devices in the last 8 years in my department and family.

 

I'm looking for your answer.

 

Kind regards

Stepan

Pioneer
Message 26 of 27
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Message 26 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Hi @Stepouch;

 

The Xperia 1 supports Displayport or USB-C to HDMI as already answered here: https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-1/does-the-xperia-1-finally-support-hdmi-output/m-p/1375684/hi....

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Sony Xperia Support
Message 27 of 27
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Message 27 of 27

Re: USB-C HDMI support - Why has this been disabled?

Hi @Stepouch, sorry for the late reply, I have been out office due to vacation.

As @NunoSEN2 wrote, the Xperia 1 supports DisplayPort/HDMI via the USB Type-C port.

To connect the phone to an external display or TV that has a DisplayPort, you can use a USB-C to DisplayPort cable which supports DisplayPort 4K 60 fps*.

To connect the phone to an external display or TV that has an HDMI port, you can use a USB-C to HDMI adapter cable which supports DisplayPort 4K 60 fps*.

* For more details about compatibility, refer to the cable adapter retailer or supplier.

I hope that helps you in making a decision for your next device and let me know if there are any other questions! Slightly smiling Face

Have a nice weekend!


Official Sony Xperia Support Staff


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