A few days back we were telling you about a new application called FullHDMI (@ FullHDMI application for HTC EVO 4G) which allows you to connect your HTC EVO 4G to an external display using an HDMI cable. And now there is another app called HDMwIn from #teamwin which supports full HDMI mirroring on the HTC EVO. It gets even better as HDMwIn is now supported in the latest CyanogenMod 7 nightly builds.
With this application you’ll be able to view the HTC EVO 4G display on an HDTV for example, imagine streaming a movie from Netflix (when it will be available on Android) to your TV through your EVO… the future is already here!
You can see the HDMwIn application in action in the YouTube video below:
You can download HDMwIn on the Android Market @ https://market.android.com/details?id=com.teamwin.hdmi&feature=search_result. You will need a rooted HTC EVO 4G to use it, if you haven’t done it yet you can check our article @ unrevoked 3.3 now supports latest HTC EVO HBOOT.
You can find the changelog for HDMwIn below [from XDA]:
-Now includes auto-download support for required modules.
-New screen tells you if you have an accelerated kernel or not
-No longer requires custom kernel!
-Overscan now has percentage indicator
-Fixed a bug that prevented vSync from disabling after turning mirroring off and back on
-Fixed a bug with vSync
-Fixed a bug that prevented "auto save" from correctly saving
-Enabled users to enable/disable vSync
-Added notification while mirroring
-Fixed the Display Options page to not force close
-Now correctly saves your resolution and changes the resolution when selected
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