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Brookstone hdmi pocket projector slim no signal

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  • derrick k Feb 04, 2014

    What are you connecting this too? Laptop. PC. Apple? I have an AAXA P4X and from my understanding, you will need a an apple adapter. I would think its the same for the brookstone.

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Projector turns on, displays Brookstone logo and then turns off. It's not the power; the unit is plugged in.


It is most likely your lamp. If you replace the lamp then you need to reset the lamp timer back to zero or it will keep shutting off on you.

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There is a blue line when plugged into laptop


I had the same problem. The projector works wonderfully connected to my iPhone (with an adapter), and connected to other kinds of laptops, but not with mine. Apparently the projector is not compatible with every laptop. I had to connect my projector to my laptop via a Netgear PTV1000 streaming player in order to use it.
You connect to the player wirelessly. Then use the HDMI cable to connect the player to the projector.
Streaming Players
I happened to already have the player so I didn't have to purchase a new device. I hope this helps you.

Jun 28, 2014 | Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector

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BROOKSTONE HDMI PROJECTOR 801143 DOES NOT CHARGE


The Brookstone manual claims it will fully charge after 3-5 hours, but it takes much longer then that. Mine does not indicate green light, but it seems it stops blinking red when its fully charged. After that it run on power directly from the ac-adapter.

If you keep it connected to the AC-adapter after it have stopped blinking red (do not disconnect it at all), it will start to run on the adapter and will not turn off. You will feel the AC-adapter gets hot while its running, something it does not while regular charging.

If it still dont stop blinking red after having it connected to power for 3 days, your AC-adapter is probably faulty. This happened to me, and after allot of research I found this replacement from a US seller on ebay (only five dollars included shipping).

http://www.ebay.com/itm/251623019268?_trksid=p2059210.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Good luck with your projector. It a really cool little thing, but it has some design flaws.

Best regards.

Feb 17, 2014 | Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector

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Brookstone pocket projector wont turn off


i'm having the same issue. it 1st started with a No Signal error. then this started...ugh!

Feb 10, 2014 | Brookstone Pocket Projector for iPhone 4...

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How do i hook up my tablet to a 3m mobile projector mp410


yes, you need to look at the projector and see if it likes the Android operating system as it might not ... now you might also check into google play and see if anything is there to help with this fiasco... or look into the projector options/operators manual to see what it can read... once again, google might help

Dec 29, 2013 | 3M MP-410 Pocket Mobile Projector

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Hdmi pocket projector color off blue displayed as red


I bought 1 today. This evening I tried it with my camera Sony HDR250V And I noted It has the same problem You Have. How did You solve it?

Jun 21, 2013 | Brookstone HDMI Pocket Projector

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I just got a new Optoma HD20 and only after 1day of use it is not showing HDMI signal, although it is showing VGA signal. Why is this?


Hi miracles4all: I solved HDMI signal issue in my Optoma HD20. In my case it was the lack of contact between the HDMI cable plug male ending and the Optoma HD20 HDMI female port. My 35ft cable plug male HDMI ending was not completely "seating" in the Optoma HD20 HDMI female port. I solved the problem by purchasing a HDMI female to female coupler and adding a 3ft HDMI cable that had a slim male ending. This 3ft HDMI extension cable made better contact to the Optoma HDMI port and the projector was immediately able to detect HDMI signal. Hope this helps you... kaufmanekpr

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I have an optoma HD20 and it connects using a 1.5m HDMI but as soon as i try a 10m HDMI connection (even with a booster it does not connect) any suggestions welcomed?


Hi kgomer782 I have similar issue. My optoma hd20 signal connection with a 3/6ft hdmi cable is perfect. However, no signal is detected when connected to a 35ft hdmi 1.4 cable. The 35ft cable is indeed working becuase I tested it succesfully when connected to a 1080p HDTV. Did you received any solution to your problem? I wonder if it has anything to do with the HD20 design of the "debossed" hdmi ports that prevents the cable plug from getting completely "seated" in the port? My 35ft cable has a flat square male ending however, the 3/6ft cables have slim male ending that seems to accomodate perfectly in the Optoma's hdmi port design...kaufmanekpr

Aug 07, 2010 | Optoma HD20 DLP Projector

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