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    Want-To-Keep-My-Dock commented  · 

    I suppose this will boost your sales! :) Aside several glitches I've managed to get hardware acceleration and 60fps on Debian, but for end users, this is infeasible. Should I consider installing unnecessary, additional wires next time I do the walls in 2020ff?

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    DisplayLink can already support mulitple USB displays connected on Android with the DisplayLink desktop app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.displaylink.desktop.demo&hl=en_GB

    However Android does not have a concept of multiple displays like other OSes. As of Android Pie, a single app can use more than one screen, eg powerpoint uses the phone screen to show presenter notes, and the extended screen shows the presentation.

    For DisplayLink to properly support dual displays on Android, like other OSes, changes would be needed to Android to support multiple displays.

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