Posted at December 7, 2022 by PCI-DB TeamInstall Driver Automatically
|Device Name||Netgear PTV3000 Wireless Display Adapter Firmware 2.2.7|
|File Size||21.1 MB|
|Supported OS||Windows XP ,Windows Vista ,Windows XP 64 bit ,Windows Vista 64 bit ,Windows 7 ,Windows 7 64 bit|
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (Android 4.1.1 or above)
- Samsung Galaxy Note II
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
- LG Optimus G (Android 4.0.4 or above)
- Google Nexus 4 (Android 4.2.1)
- Sony Xperia (various models with Android 4.0.4 or above)
- Miracast support for compatible mobile phones and tablets.
- Combined Intel wireless display (Widi) and Miracast a single user interface. There is no need to use the push button on the side of the PTV3000 unit to switch between Widi and Miracast modes. The side push-button is strictly used to go into FW update mode.
- (Miracast) Both PIN and PBC methods for WPS are supported. The device automatically communicates with the source device (mobile phone, tablet or laptop) to determine which WPS method to use.
- (Miracast) The device is already PBC ready waiting for source to initiate connection.
- Fixed HDCP connection error issue with some Sony mobile phones.
- Fixed issue that screen projection until swiping action takes place on mobile phone.
- Fixed some disconnection with mobile phone.
- Device does not allow second Widi or Miracast souce device to interrupt existing Widi or Miracast session.
- Enable 5Ghz Miracast operation with preferred operating channel as channel 40.
- Reduced image size and faster boot time.
- Fixed system lockup issue after wrong PIN entry.
- Improved connectivity with Intel widi running under Win8. Repaired issue in win8 that device connection has issue after removal of device under Devices and Printers interface in Win8.
- Fixed issue of connecting screen appearing after a session teardown on Win7 laptop.
- Fixed issue of one Widi session affecting screen projection of subsequent Widi or Miracast session.
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