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Microsoft releases Mira Cast support for Xbox One
icrosoft turns Mira Cast-in support for preview users of the Xbox One. Using the Wireless Display app allows owners of certain PCs, and Windows Phone and Android devices pictures and videos casting to the console.
Microsoft performs the update that activates Mira Cast support later this week for participants in the preview for Xbox program. Owners of devices that support unprotected Mira Cast connections can send using the Wireless Display app photos to the Xbox One, or video streaming from their device for display on TV. Include the Surface tablets and some Windows Phone 8 and Android devices support Mira Cast. Adding functionality received many votes on the nominations on the Feedback Forum Microsoft.
Other components of the update is the ability to get out and turn on the Xbox One via the SmartGlass app. Microsoft is beta app on Windows, Windows Phone and Android update for this function, which also received a lot of votes. In addition, users have the option to choose an energy program, with instant-on offers the option to wake up the console with voice commands. Finally, Microsoft added the feature to send voice messages in a common chat, including headsets from third parties.Viewing:-235
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