How to check if my phone supports HDMI Alt Mode

Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) allows a standard USB connector to carry digital video signals. To use the MHL output from a mobile device using a micro-USB connector, the MHL output must be converted by using an MHL adapter. MHL can only be adapted to HDMI.


How to check if my phone supports HDMI Alt Mode

There are three major wired options for Android devices: USB-C to HDMI, MHL and SlimPort. Your phone or tablet is likely to support one or the other; to find out see the list of MHL supported devices and the list of SlimPort supported devices.

  •  Plug in the USB-C end of the adapter into your smartphone or tablet
  • Connect a HDMI cable into the adapter
  • If you’ve not done so already, plug the other end of the HDMI cable into a HDMI port on your TV or monitor. HDMI ports are typically found at the rear of TV’s, monitors and projectors.
  • Navigate to the HDMI source on your TV / Monitor
  • Sit back and enjoy content including videos, photos, games and more from your phone or tablet on the big screen

"Consumers expect to easily connect devices to displays with a USB Type-C to HDMI cable and utilize the capabilities and features of native HDMI," said Rob Tobias, president of HDMI Licensing.

This is application can help you check your device have support MHL (HDMI) connection quickly by one click before you decide to buy an MHL cable. Notice result box, it will appear result after check MHL (HDMI) connection in here.


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