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Can I make my Galaxy Nexus function like an Android stick?

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  • Dec 23rd, 2012 12:57 pm
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alanbrenton wrote:
Dec 23rd, 2012 10:09 am
Nice. 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.
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.

Actually you do get Anker for the GNexus minus NFC: http://www.amazon.ca/2200mAh-Batteries- ... 383&sr=8-1
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