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First the device's USB controller needs to support this in hardware. Only some, but not all, Raspberry Pi models support it, as do a few other single-board computers. Search for "OTG mode" or "dwc2" together with your board's model. (As a general rule, full-size type-A ports will never be able to act as a device.) Once you have enabled ...


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If you're using HMDI for a connection I suggest you change to VGA (or use DVI to VGA converter if your GPU doesn't have VGA port). As long as you're using HMDI it won't give you the desired results. Your 32" TV will be treated as a small monitor.


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This is 5 years old, but I found the solution to this. I have had a similar problem for about a year. First, press Win + R, then type control. Press enter, and then you are in the old control panel. Click on Hardware and Sound, then Sound. This opens another window and should refresh the sound device list. From there, you can select your sound device as the ...


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The video-driver and Windows itself are hardcoded to assume that you have the monitor connected to the primary/best quality output of the video-card (HDMI) and that you would connect a TV only as a secondary device to another output. This assumption is quite old and goes back to the days that TV didn't have HD displays and usually where connected through VGA....


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On Ubuntu 20.04 all I have to do is close my laptop lid and the display shifts to recognise only the attached monitors. Note that I'm using a ThinkPad T480s connected via the provided docking station though (though through HDMI, one through DisplayPort), so I don't know if that makes any difference.


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Even if Samsung TV writes that it cannot connect to the Internet, try using the Smart HUB - the Internet works in applications.


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I think you can get that using AppleScript, which has the benefit of talking directly to iTunes, but it's not as easy to use in that manner from the command-line. If you want command-line access, I highly recommended MP4Tools. I think you need to compile it yourself, unless there is a "port" (MacPorts) or Homebrew for it. You can also use ffprobe,...


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