Windows Phone 8 Does Not Support MHL or DLNA
Windows Phone 8, the newest version of Microsoft's smartphone platform, does not support MHL or DLNA. MHL is an industry standard that allows HDMI cables to be connected to smartphones via the microUSB port. DLNA lets smartphones connect to and share media with other DLNA-certified devices via Wi-Fi. Both MHL and DLNA are primarily used on Android smartphones. Microsoft didn't say if WP8 supports a competing technology for pushing media to other devices, such as HDTVs.
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That loud noise is Microsoft shooting itself in the foot
Easy access to my media.
Why would I want a device that makes life less convenient?