It depends on the MHL adapter. Mine does not drain the battery slowly. It charges it. If you hook up BT devices to it, then its a different story. It then drains the battery slowly. I.e. BT keyboard/mouse.alanbrenton wrote: ↑Dec 23rd, 2012 10:09 amNice. What Android app did you use to play HD content? I tried looking this morning in the Play Store but couldn't find any app when I put the word "bitstream". I currently have MX player and I read that BS player is good too.
Keyword search should have been hd audio player:
https://play.google.com/store/search?q= ... yer&c=apps
I'm hoping HD Audio = Multi-audio streams, which is used to describe a couple of highly rated players.
My MHL has the micro USB port for charging, when you mentioned battery drain, I though that playback was going to consume battery even while being charged. I have spare batteries too but Anker doesn't make one for Galaxy Nexus i9250 model.
For the S3, it was $20 for two Anker batteries and one charger on amazon.com.
Actually you do get Anker for the GNexus minus NFC: http://www.amazon.ca/2200mAh-Batteries- ... 383&sr=8-1
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