This may be true for a number of users. But guys, the fact that you don't know how to do it doesn't exclude that some people like to make their Skype calls on their big tv displays. I do, for example.sectroyer wrote:Well the problem is that many users bought expensive Skype camera's for TV and now they would have to admit they are useless.... It doesn't matter if they want to do it or not they HAVE TO use Skype on TV even when they don't like it
1)If this is the approach, then why rooting these tvs at all, instead of using a dvb-t adapter or a capable decoder? They would be more appropriate and reliable, I think there's no doubt about that. Except if the answer is "for study purposes/curiosity only"zoelechat wrote:Here's a well-tried workaround: root your TV and install Skype on your computer/smartphone
2)If it's true that a 1-on-1 video call can be made with satisfaction even on a laptop or a smartphone, I think that a group video conference needs a better configuration to nail it. At home, when we make these video calls on the tv, it really feels like being all together in the same place.
Then peace, something less to care aboutsectroyer wrote:No, I am closer to thinking it might even not work