Android to AirPlay Mirroring Showcased, Ready to be Integrated Into CyanogenMod (Video)

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  • 21 Sep 2013
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  • Cyanogen has been all over the news this week, first after receiving $7 million in financing and then for being used to tease Oppo’s upcoming N1 handset. Today we hear about AirPlay Mirroring that will be integrated into CyanogenMod and it’s demoed below.


    The guys behind CyanogenMod, dev and VP of engineering Koushik Dutta posted the video below online, showing AirPlay Mirroring from an Android handset. The crew has been working on Android streaming support to a variety of protocols and devices, for the AllCast media streaming app. The reason? Well, the AllCast media streaming app was cut from the Chromecast support, at least for now.

    Of course there are other apps out there that connect Android devices via AirPlay, but the mirroring support offered here feels fresh. What you see here is a HTC One handset with the software on, streaming instantly to a TV set with no hassle, but with a tiny bit of lag, at least in the Maps app…

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