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See my response to this question on the Apple discussions. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5770041?tstart=0 Basically, use a static configuration for your WiFi Network, but leave the Router IP address blank. The LTE icon will be displayed, and the mobile network used for all non-local traffic (ie, Internet) but you will still be connected to the WiFi ...


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The easiest way is to Airserver, which is an app that turns your Mac into an Airplay receiver. See airserver.com It is not free, but for $15 you can solve the problem. I use it all the time to either display my iPad or iPhone on a beamer connected to my Mac and use screen recording software to record tutorials.


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The only way to do this without a third party app is directly from iTunes. In the top area of the iTunes windows you'll see the AirPlay icon. Click on that and then select Multiple to select multiple AirPlay targets to stream the audio (and/or video) to at the same time: To stream to multiple AirPlay devices from outside iTunes you'll need to invest in ...


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You can do as others have suggested and download another piece of (paid) software for your Mac, or simply hang tight until iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite come out, at which point (assuming Apple maintains the feature) the QuickTime Screen Recording function will work on an iOS 8 device connected to the computer via USB. In addition, a service called iRec should ...


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An app which works great for me is Reflector. Its not free, but there is an unrestricted 7-day trial for you to experiment with. You can use the free Quicktime Player on your Mac to record a video of the screen (or a selected portion thereof) of the iDevice, once Reflector is displaying it on the screen. I use this combination all the time.


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First thing I'd check is whether the firewall is enabled on your Macbook and blocking incoming packets. If the firewall is on, try turning it off temporarily for a few minutes to see if the AirPlay icon appears in the menubar. Next thing to check is whether the devices are on the same subnet. You can find the IP address and subnet mask of your Apple TV in ...


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Pioneer wireless speaker might be incompatible with your router. Try to disable N(5gHz) network


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Unfortunately, Apple hasn't provided an easy way to disable this functionality. However you can deny global access to the application that provides AirPlay mirroring by changing its unix permissions In order to disable AirPlay mirroring, we have to deny the computer access to the application that allows the computer to AirPlay mirror: Fire up a terminal and ...


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There is a app called AirParrot that you can use to display your Windows-Safari on Apple TV. AirParrot adds AirPlay screen mirroring to any Windows or Mac computer. Wirelessly connect a computer to a TV and stream movies, music, photos and more to an Apple TV or computer running Reflector.


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The Alfa WiFi signal booster will work with many WiFi radios, if it is the right model and has the right driver for your OS. If you are going to need the WiFi signal booster Antenna (Alfa long distance) will depend on your location. Your Alfa antenna has to come with OS X drivers like this model: ...



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