I have also a problem with iphone, when I click on screen mirroring so nothing happen. I get only the sound through the picopix and only for 2 seconds and it is disconnected after that. I tried to restart and I updated the software with last update today but nothing help.
You need to be more clear and precise on what content you’re trying to screen mirror, what app web page etc, when you say you only get the sound for 2 seconds, what video was that sound from? YouTube? home video? Netflix?
When I click on screen mirroring, the screen freeze immediately, and if I already running a video from a website or from my home library so the same happens and the screen freezes but the sound of the video from out from the projector for 2 seconds.
In Hong Kong, playing HMVOD via AirPlay is fine, NowPlayer does not work (now tv blocked this long time ago), Can’t play now tv content from the stock browser. As playing HBO Go on my smart tv via AirPlay is possible, but takes long time for downloading the whole movie content before starting to play, it might be possible for PPX, but it takes so long that I don’t bother to try. Really want to install HBO Go on PPX. YouTube is ok.
All tests via iPhone.
Has anyone experienced the issue of ‘Airplaying’ from the Apple TV App on iPhone to the Picopix Max and getting the message (on the Apple TV app) saying ‘There’s a problem loading this content’, and the video not playing?
When I connect my 1st gen iPad Pro via Airplay, using the Apple TV app, the screen is just black. On my iPad, it shows that the movie is playing, but the the Picopix Max screen is just black. It displays the play/pause menu at the bottom and thats it. I tried restarting the Airplay app, turning Airplay off then back on. I made sure to update the software as well. No luck. The only way I’ve been able to get this to work with my iPad is to use an adaptor, connect via HDMI, then use a bluetooth speaker for audio (connected to iPad).
It probably won’t work, because Apple is very restrictive with what they allow to be streamed. Most DRM-protected content seem to be allowed to be streamed only to Apple TV’s. I would say your best bet is the adaptor.