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Screen share shows request. Only shows decline button. Twice it actually showed accept but 10 minutes later still no connection.  What’s up this this?? Any ideas out there?

what I’ve done:

Microsoft Windows 10 surface pro 2018..

click settings/devices/add a device/click tv/shows my tv to connect/select it...timer spins indefinitely

LG tv/click device connect/click PC connect/select miracast/click screen share/either a button showing that my PC is requesting connection:only button is decline button OR

has accept decline buttons...I click accept...timer spins and spins ..nothing happens

 

 

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Screen share shows request. Only shows decline button. Twice it actually showed accept but 10 minutes later still no connection.  What’s up this this?? Any ideas out there?
what I’ve done:
Microsoft Windows 10 surface pro 2018..
click settings/devices/add a device/click tv/shows my tv to connect/select it...timer spins indefinitely
LG tv/click device connect/click PC connect/select miracast/click screen share/either a button showing that my PC is requesting connection:only button is decline button OR
has accept decline buttons...I click accept...timer spins and spins ..nothing happens
 
 
Are you using the Miracast function?
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