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Quick question

Is there a way for you to stream HDMI/AV inputs from your Roku TV to your Android device? I've been looking on Google with no luck. The reason I am asking this is because I do live streams on YouTube and people were complaining about how they could barely see the screen on my TV. I own a TCL Roku TV. Thanks.
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jeffrok
Level 12

Re: Quick question

I'm confused . You want to stream your Roku channels to your Android device? Can't you just run those same apps on your Android device (such as YouTube)?

Maybe I'm missing your intentions.
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Re: Quick question

"jeffrok" wrote:
I'm confused . You want to stream your Roku channels to your Android device?  Can't you just run those same apps on your Android device (such as YouTube)?

Maybe I'm missing your intentions.


I'm talking about if there's a way to see anything you have connected to the TV by a HDMI cable or RCA. I'm talking about being able to see your PS3/PS2/GameCube/Xbox screen on Android from the Roku TV.
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jeffrok
Level 12

Re: Quick question

No,

The Roku TV is just like any other TV when other inputs are concerned. The only thing that makes the tv any different is that the main screen for it is in essence, a Roku operating system pretty much just like that of a connected Roku box.

The Roku TV's OS has no special tricks for "casting" a connected device's contents.
Yeah, I got some Rokus.
https://youtu.be/d1CSEeqWl10
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