Do you have a different one then?
It's gotten so easy, there's really no need for a guide. Start with Raspbian straight out of the box:
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defaults.bluealsa.service "org.bluealsa" defaults.bluealsa.device "XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX" defaults.bluealsa.profile "a2dp" defaults.bluealsa.delay 10000
Thank you for the greetings
This guide describes how the Raspberry acts as a kind of Chromecast. As I have tested, not the whole screen is mirrored 1:1, but only a video or picture.Andyroo wrote: ↑Sat Jul 13, 2019 6:23 pmIf you have an Apple 'phone forget it - their 'walled garden' only allows display of the 'phone screen and no remote control.
If you have an Android 'phone you could try https://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-chromecast/ BUT it is WiFi and not Bluetooth
For remote control of the 'phone you may be best to look on the Play Store and see if any have a Raspberry client.
Rootinator wrote: ↑Sat Jul 13, 2019 3:37 pmHello,
I would like to mirror the screen of my smartphone on the Raspberry and operate it on the Raspberry.
Also, all audio will be played on the Raspberry.
I have a touchscreen connected.
For this I would like to use Bluetooth as a transfer solution, otherwise it is also USB.
Which software is required and how to set it up?
On the Raspberry is later after the configuration no network available!