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sending data from macbook pro to LG tv


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I have my macbook pro connected to my LG tv via a HDMI Cable and thunderbolt port adapter.

I can only get the background image from the macbook on the tv.

how do i transmit photos or movie streaming to the TV
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Ahh, more info in the 2nd thread - please only 1 thread per question - thanks.

Just drag and drop whatever you want to the TV screen.

For a little more info on working with 2 screens see our Sticky:

Connecting your Mac to your TV

Head for post # 2 - Item # 3.

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