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  1. Sargon123's Avatar
    I use it to play games or watch Netflix (side loaded)

    Don't be shy to add my Z10 to ur BBM pin:24E0B83D
    09-17-13 07:34 AM
  2. cbdwolff7's Avatar
    Thats why I got my Playbook. I use it constantly. Well I got it for alot of other reasons tooooo! LOL
    09-17-13 08:42 AM
  3. BillW69's Avatar
    Absolutely. Great way to get movies to the TV.
    09-17-13 08:56 AM
  4. TheTigerTek's Avatar
    I do. Use it every day.

    Toronto Maple Leafs Channel C0001D318
    09-17-13 09:11 AM
  5. jelp2's Avatar
    Use mine for games,video and pictures.
    09-17-13 09:16 AM
  6. iToya's Avatar
    I use it often. Jetpack Joyride is so much easier on TV!
    GSM-S likes this.
    09-17-13 09:54 AM
  7. paper_monkey's Avatar
    Again, use it all the time, mainly for videos, but often pair a Wii remote to the phone and play old snes games. Can't beat them.

    Posted via CB10
    Through an emulator..? Now I am most decidedly interested in playing around with what can and can't be paired with my devices..
    09-17-13 10:13 AM
  8. wincyUt's Avatar
    Very cool and useful feature! My kids use it all the time.
    09-17-13 10:19 AM
  9. Revolver's Avatar
    I use it all the time, very glad it's there.

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 10:22 AM
  10. Wongsky's Avatar
    I have used HDMI out on my Z10, although rarely really, I've used it more on my PlayBook(s).

    What this discussion reminds me of, though, is when I first got my Nokia N8 a few years back. It, also, has HDMI out (albeit uses a mini HDMI port, rather than the micro that the Z10 uses - but also, Nokia included a short adapter / dongle so you can use a normal HDMI cable with it, in the box (as well as a USB OTG dongle / adapter)). I was using my N8 to watch a formula 1 race on my TV in my bedroom, using iPlayer (UK BBC streaming portal) on my N8. I remember thinking to myself, what this needs is some way you can remotely control the N8, so you can leave it plugged into power and HDMI to the TV.

    Next day, I looked into it, and it was something already supported - you could use a Wii remote or PS3 remote paired to the N8, using Nokia's big screen app, to remotely control the N8 so that when you had it plugged into a TV, you didn't need to be able to physically touch it. It's rare that you have that situation where the device you've got, truly delights in having extra functionality or capabilities that you didn't initially realise.
    09-17-13 10:30 AM
  11. athomas917's Avatar
    Crackle, popcornflix,youtube, side loaded Netflix.

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 10:30 AM
  12. kenicolo's Avatar
    Vidos for my daughter

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 10:49 AM
  13. brout's Avatar
    I've not used it only because I don't have the cable. Not because I don't have use for it.
    09-17-13 12:06 PM
  14. THBW's Avatar
    i use mine quite a lot when i travel actually,
    just buy the cable and then you'll see...
    Total agree. Very useful when you are travelling and you just want to watch a favorite movie on a bigger screen. Well worth it.
    09-17-13 12:42 PM
  15. sparker2758's Avatar
    Nothing like Angry Birds on a 55 inch screen

    Posted via CB10
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    09-17-13 01:12 PM
  16. Robbenezer's Avatar
    Not yet, but I will soon just cuz lol

    Posted via my AzzazzinBerry (STL100-3/
    09-17-13 01:29 PM
  17. Icarus3000's Avatar

    (is this a contest like guess the number of jellybeans in a jar? what's the prize?)
    09-17-13 01:33 PM
  18. mnc76's Avatar
    $20 for an adapter? I have HDMI cables in all three sizes and the total cost was under $10.
    I use HDMI out on both Playbook and Q10, it's the only real way to watch video on the Q10.
    With an adaptor you buy one set of cables for all your devices. You don't have to buy microHDMI cables specially for your BlackBerry.

    I (and family and friends) have tons of regular HDMI cables but no microHDMI ones. This way I can use the cables we already have.

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 01:51 PM
  19. Kevstra's Avatar
    I use mine daily. It's great.

    I recently returned a Western Digital TV Live media player box because my Z10 and PlayBook do a much better job.
    09-17-13 01:55 PM
  20. Kevstra's Avatar
    Total agree. Very useful when you are travelling and you just want to watch a favorite movie on a bigger screen. Well worth it.
    Or if you're in a hotel room and want to play some music off your phone and all they have is an iPod dock speaker. Plug into the TV's HDMI cable with the little adapter and you're set. Audio plays over HDMI.
    09-17-13 01:56 PM
  21. FSeverino's Avatar
    if you travel at all, or even just a couple times a year with your kids this can be a HUGE help.

    download some movies on the phone (sd card) or pb and BAM! dont have to spend crazy money to rent them in the room on a rainy day or whenever the kids want one.
    09-17-13 01:57 PM
  22. cheadlender's Avatar
    I do! Games, movies, sideshows of pictures. I also used it to shop online the other day because my laptop wasn't next to me but the cable was.

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 02:33 PM
  23. Easy-G's Avatar
    Always, for movies and tv downloads streaming from my desktop... BlackBerry Link remote file access FTW
    09-17-13 03:13 PM
  24. PostMortem's Avatar
    I use it all the time, Netflix/Crackle/ YouTube (at hotels), etc. To show presentations, to show family/friends pictures and videos (that's why I got a 64GB card).

    Exhibited the awesome story maker function at a wedding where the photographer said it would take weeks to have their presentation ready by and they loved it (not as many pictures, but I gave it to them in less than 30 minutes via file transfer). Later I saw the "professional" one and I couldn't believe the bad visual quality. It was nice, but they need to code it better for quality. You're a pro for gods sake. They still prefer mine because they can actually se the details of things vs the choppy one they got weeks later.

    I can go on as to how much I use the HDMI out, but let's just keep it at everyone has their own preferences. I certainly would welcome a dedicated shortcut button but NOT at the expense of the HFMI out.

    Posted via CB10
    09-17-13 03:28 PM
  25. lynxs_claw's Avatar
    A cheap microHDMI cable goes a long way on my TV. Use mine a lot.. extremely convenient especially for watching movies.
    09-17-13 04:48 PM
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