Since ScreenBeam connects directly with your Miracast-enabled device, no wireless network is needed. However, your device needs to be connected to WiFi network with internet access in order to view online content.
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- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Miracast device?
- Can I downgrade the firmware currently installed on my ScreenBeam?
- Can I extend my Windows desktop to the HDTV or Projector from my device?
- Can I stream to multiple HDTV's using an HDMI splitter with my ScreenBeam receiver?
- Do I need an existing wireless network in order to use ScreenBeam?
- How can I contact support for help with my ScreenBeam Product?
- How to Configure Miracast™ Wireless Display Implementations for Maximum Performance
- I cannot get audio and/or video when using an app.
- My Windows 10 laptop/tablet can't connect to ScreenBeam when DisplayLink software is installed.
- What are the Windows N or KN versions for?