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Video Turorials - UO Smart Beam Laser

 

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Use Bluetooth Speaker with Apple Device

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Update Firmware with App + Android Phone

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Reset the Device

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Connect to iOS 10 (and up) Wirelessly

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Update Firmware using App and iPhone

How to Play Pokemon GO at the Park with UO Smart Beam Laser - Gotta Catch 'em all

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Connect to an Android Mobile Device - ft. Galaxy Tab A

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Control the Volume with iOS Device

How to Use Smart Screen for UO Smart Beam Laser

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Upgrade Firmware

 How to use UO Smart Beam Laser with iOS Wirelessly (iPhone - Airplay)

For iPhone and other Apple devices

For iPhone and other Apple devices that support Airplay, UO Smart Beam Laser needs to be in DLNA mode.Look for the word “DLNA” or “Media Sharing”. If it’s not in DLNA mode,press the power button twice switch to the correct mode. Then, go to WiFi, connect to SMARTBEAMLASER. (Note that this does not mean that your phone is connected to WiFi.If you were using phone data, you are still using your phone data) Find Airplay on your device, and turn on mirroring option.

How to use UO Smart Beam Laser with Android Wirelessly (Samsung Tab - Screen Mirroring/Smart View)

For Android phone, UO Smart Beam Laser needs to be in Media Mirroring mode. Look for the words “Media Mirroring” or “Miracast (for firmware version 1.1.5 or lower)”, or Android robot on the projected image. If not in the Media Mirroring mode, press the power button twice to switch to the correct mode. Then, find Miracast (LG) , Screen Mirroring / Smart View (Samsung), Cast Screen (Nexus) , or Wi-Di (Sony) on your phone. Then, simply scan to find and connect to SMARTBEAMLASER if it doesn’t automatically do so.

Then, find Miracast (LG) , Screen Mirroring / Smart View (Samsung), Cast Screen (Nexus) , or Wi-Di (Sony) on your phone. Then, simply scan to find and connect to SMARTBEAMLASER if it doesn’t automatically do so.

How to use UO Smart Beam Laser with iOS Hard-Wire (**iPhone AV Lightning Adapter + **Micro HDMI Cable)

UO Smart Beam Laser's new firmware fixes bugs and issues

Although UO Smart Beam Laser can be connected to iOS devices wirelessly via Airplay, streaming contents from websites and mobile applications such as YouTube and Netflix on non iOS devices is blocked. Also, depending on the internet connection, internet surfing maybe unreliable with airplay. Thus, we strongly recommend iOS users to use a set of cables including **certified micro HDMI cable* and an **adapter made for your specific iOS device* to ensure your ultimate viewing experience. Please refer to the question below to learn about the cables for iOS devices. ** SOLD SEPERATELY

UO Smart Beam Laser: How to Connect to a Laptop

How to use UO Smart Beam Laser with External Speaker using iPhone

How to Connect to a Laptop Must have a **certified micro HDMI cable to connect with UO Smart Beam Laser. If you see the United Object logo, it's likely a cable malfunction or Laptop is not set to view duplicate or extended mode. You must change the screen mode from your desktop > personalization > display > extended or duplicate. ** SOLD SEPERATELY

Comparing PicoPro Celluon 'Class 3' vs. UO Smart Beam Laser 'Class 1'

There are 3 Laser pico projectors in the world. Sony MPCL1, Celluon PicoPro and UO Smart Beam Laser. They use Class 3R Laser which is harmful and hazard to human eye. UO Smart Beam Laser uses FDA registered Eye Safety Class 1 Laser. That is how we won a CES Innovative product award in 2016.