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Use Magic Remote with Windows 10 PC on HDMI?


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On 2/4/2018 at 10:01 AM, nemilose said:

I do not think that you may use magic remote with PC, but you can use a phone app, such as Unified Remote.

well I use Unified Remote, but is there a plugin to use the Magic Remote as a Unified Remote mouse control?

It should be possible with Windows wireless screen sharing but mine is connected wired trough hdmi.

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@kleajmp The LG Magic Remote can ONLY be paired with an LG smart TV with the internal BlueTooth adaptor inside it. It is usually a little WiFi/Bt Combo card about 2 inches square.

I have never heard of any "plugin" to use the LG Magic Remote for any other purpose.

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