17 Sep 2012 Connect my Xiaomi to Motorola Lapdock
Although the Xiaomi phone is shy of any kind of external connection, it is still possible to get it connected to an external screen and keyboard too.
The ingriedents are a Motorola Lapdock, a MK802 and an app called Mirror Ops.
The Motorola Lapdock is basically an LCD display with HDMI input, a keyboard, a usb hub and battery in the hosing of a notebook.
A closer look at the HDMI and usb port which suppose to connect to a corresponding moto phone.
The MK802 is the smallest android computer. It have no display or input devices. You suppose to connect the device to a HDMI display and external keyboard and mouse to make it works.
Connecting the MK802 to the lapdock give you a working android netbook.
MirrorOp is an app in the android world that allow one machine send it’s screen to another via WIFI connection. The app is divided into 2 apps, the MirrorOp sender and the MirrorOp receiver.
When connected, the MirrorOp receiver side could also share it’s keyboard to the sender side.
Tags: cell phone, lapdock, mirrorop, mk802, xiaomi