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I get error d1 when connecting my tablet via HDMI to a TV. OK without HDMI cable.

Using a Toshiba AT10, which now works with TV anywhere I get the error code D1 streaming error as soon as I plug in my HDMI cable to watch on a TV. The error disappears when I unplug the HDMI and watch on the tablet screen. I have no problems watching anything else using HDMI including Netflix.

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This isn't a fault - TVA is doing what it's supposed to (which is nothing short if a miracle really).

You can only use the intended device's screen when using the TVA apps.
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"a bit disappointing" just about sums up TV Anywhere.  See, even if you could output to a TV via mini HDMI, you'd still need to be:

(a) in the UK

(b) have a wi-fi connection.

 

Virgin Media's understanding of the word "anywhere" differs to that of everyone else.

 

Even the things it is supposed to do, it doesn't do well.  So "pointless" probably sums it up better!

 

 

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IE or Firefox. Ensure your Adobe Flash is up to date.


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This isn't a fault - TVA is doing what it's supposed to (which is nothing short if a miracle really).

You can only use the intended device's screen when using the TVA apps.
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Thanks for that - but a but disappointing - it would be great to be able to watch virgin TV on holiday etc. It seems pointless unless you can.

cheers

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Re: I get error d1 when connecting my tablet via HDMI to a TV. OK without HDMI cable.

"a bit disappointing" just about sums up TV Anywhere.  See, even if you could output to a TV via mini HDMI, you'd still need to be:

(a) in the UK

(b) have a wi-fi connection.

 

Virgin Media's understanding of the word "anywhere" differs to that of everyone else.

 

Even the things it is supposed to do, it doesn't do well.  So "pointless" probably sums it up better!

 

 

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well there you go - too good to be true! Not concerned about UK and WIFI, but a bit **bleep** that I can't watch on holiday with my family!

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Yeah. FWIW, you can output HDMI from TV Anywhere using a laptop/browser.  So long as that browser isn't the world's most popular (ie:Chrome).

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Thanks,

Any Idea which browsers will work?

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