When I plugged the newest AV Adapter (built for the New iPad I presume) into my iPad 2 5.0.1 I received a message stating "Accessory not supprot: Please update to the latest iOS)"Mine said that but I just needed to update.
I saw that as wellWhen I plugged the newest AV Adapter (built for the New iPad I presume) into my iPad 2 5.0.1 I received a message stating "Accessory not supprot: Please update to the latest iOS)"
Has anyone seen this? The video never comes on either so it doesn't work at all. I've tried installing Re-Supported and TVOut2 to no avail. AppleTV works fine as expected for use of AirPlay but not the Adapter.
Just bought a new iPad 3 and the HDMI adaptor. Got the same message about not being supported but it works anyway. At first I plugged in the adaptor into the iPad and the TV and nothing. Ages of time spent headscratching.......finally realised that I had to turn off Bluetooth for the video to send via the cable. Apple TV needs Bluetooth but not to use the cableI saw that as well
1080p in both cases (mirroring and originally 1080p video playback). In this respect, the iPad 2 and 3 behave in exactly the same way.Could anyone with the old av adapter and a 3rd gen iPad do a little test?
I was wondering if the "incompatible" older av adapter is outputting 720p vs 1080p (in both mirroring, and 2nd screen app mode)? I would like to think that is why iOS is giving the error message, as maybe the new adapter is always 1080p.
I believe the mirroring is 1080p, and video only playback is 720p, at least on the iPad 2. It would be interesting to see if things change using the older cable on the iPad 3rd gen, and between the old and new adapter.