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Moto X 2015 "Pure Edition" [users thread]

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jefbal99    1,389

So I've been back on the MXPE for 24 hours and I love and hate it ;)  I remember all the good things about the phone, used miracast last night for netflix, etc.  Man to I miss fingerprint auth on the Nexus 6P, typing passwords sucks.  I also miss Oreo, this thing is good with Nougat, but Oreo with the fill in API would allow Last Pass to pre-populate PWs for me.

 

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nexuss4g    149
2 hours ago, jefbal99 said:

So I've been back on the MXPE for 24 hours and I love and hate it ;)  I remember all the good things about the phone, used miracast last night for netflix, etc.  Man to I miss fingerprint auth on the Nexus 6P, typing passwords sucks.  I also miss Oreo, this thing is good with Nougat, but Oreo with the fill in API would allow Last Pass to pre-populate PWs for me.

 

Do you have a miracast dongle ? When I use miracast on my Moto X using the amazon stick the screen keeps on. while playing video. I switched to chromecast, the user experience is way better. Im curious on the application.

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jefbal99    1,389
22 minutes ago, nexuss4g said:

Do you have a miracast dongle ? When I use miracast on my Moto X using the amazon stick the screen keeps on. while playing video. I switched to chromecast, the user experience is way better. Im curious on the application.

Both of my TVs natively support miracast, I look for that in a television, so I stick to Samsung and LG.  I don't have high speed internet at home, so I use my mobile data to stream, then miracast to have it on the big screen :)

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4 hours ago, jefbal99 said:

Both of my TVs natively support miracast, I look for that in a television, so I stick to Samsung and LG.  I don't have high speed internet at home, so I use my mobile data to stream, then miracast to have it on the big screen :)

Makes sense

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14 hours ago, nexuss4g said:

Makes sense

Definitely something that I have missed the last year with the Nexus 6P

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