Epson iProjection for iPhone

  • Q1: How do I put documents into iProjection's Document option?

  • A: Do the following:
    1. Connect your iOS device to your Mac or PC.
    2. Open iTunes.
    3. Select your iOS device in iTunes.

    4.Select Apps.

    5. Scroll to the File Sharing section of the Apps window. Select iProjection, then Add.

    6. Navigate to the file you'd like to place in Documents, select the file, then click Open. The file will now be in the Documents option.

  • Q2: Can I stream video with iProjection?

  • A: No. The app will only display photos, documents and webpage. (Notes: For webpage with video, the video will not be displayed)

  • Q3: Can I use the iProjection app to display a file attached to an email?

  • A: Yes. You have to be connected to the same network as the projector before you open the file from your email.
         To view the attached file, do the following:

         1. Open your e-mail in your iOS device.
         2. Open the attached file (.pdf, .ppt, .xls, or .doc files are supported).
         3. Tap the top of your image or document, select Open In, then select iProjection.
         4. Connect to your projector when you see the prompt to do so.

  • Q4: My iOS device is not connected to the internet after I connect it to my projector with iProjection. Why?

  • A: If your iOS device is connected to the projector via a direct wireless connection (also known as an Adhoc connection),
         your iOS device is no longer communicating with your network (for internet access).

         You'll need to connect your projector and iOS device to your wireless network that has the internet access (Infrastructure).
         Please refer to the projector's user manual on how to connect to your infrastructure wireless network.

  • Q5: I don't have the optional wireless module for my projector, can I still use iProjection?

  • A: Yes, you can still use iProjection if you are using the projector that is listed in the compatibility list
         (only for models that comes with RJ45 interface). Here are the steps:

         1. Connect your projector with a RJ45 connection to your network.
         2. Connect your iOS device with a wireless connection to the same network your projector is connected to.
         3. On your iOS device, tap iProjection, then tap projector.

  • Q6: When I view a Document, there is a white bar at the bottom of my image or part of the image is missing. What should I do?

  • A: Change the Orientation or Size setting of your Document with iProjection's Page Settings options.
         Follow the steps below to change the setting:

         1. Tap OK when prompted to confirm the connection to the projector.
         2. Tap Documents.
             Note: If you're using an iPad, tap Files and then tap Documents.
         3. Tap the name of the document you want to display.

         4. Tap to change the Page Settings.

  • Q7: The webpage that I am displaying is shown in a portrait mode and it is not utilizing the full projection screen.
           How can I use the full projection screen to display the webpage?

  • A: You can just rotate your iOS device to the Landscape mode and the webpage will be displayed on
         the full projection image on landscape mode.

  • Q8: What are the port assignments for the app?

  • A: They are 3620, 3621 and 3629.

  • Q9: A (Busy) message appears next to my projector's name when I try to connect to my projector. What should I do?

  • A: Try the following:
         - Make sure the projector's Network setup screen is not open.
         - If a USB memory device is connected to your projector, remove it from the projector.

         Note: Not all projectors support the use of a thumbdrive.

  • Q10: Can I control my projector with iProjection?

  • A: Yes. There is a Remote Control option within the app. Control options available are as follows:
         - Change Source
         - AV Mute
         - Volume Control
         - Freeze

    Epson iProjection for Android

  • Q1: Which Android devices are compatible with iProjection?

  • A: Phones and tablets with Android OS v2.3 or newer and a screen resolution of 800 x 480 or higher.

  • Q2: How do I use iProjection with my Android device?

  • A: Do the following:

        1. Configure your projector through the Advanced Mode network settings (see your User's Guide for more information on
            network setup). If the projector is already configured for the network, go to step 2.
        2. Press the LAN button on the projector's remote control. You will see the network information (SSID and IP address) displayed.
        3. On your Android device, tap Settings, and Wireless & networks, then WiFi.
        4. Select the network that your projector was configured to work with. (SSID name from the projector's network information screen).
        5. Launch iProjection, tap Projector, and select the projector on the network that you would like to display from.     

        6. On the next screen, you will see Select Projector with a check in the box next to the projector that was selected. Tap the button.
        7. Select Photos to view your JPG/JPEG files from your gallery. Select Documents to view your PDF files from your Downloads folder
            (or the folder where your files are stored). Select Web Page to display web pages.
        8. You can use the pen tool to annotate photos, documents, or web pages that you are currently projecting.

  • Q3: Which file types are supported by the app?

  • A: Adobe PDF (PDF 1.6), JPG and PNG.

        Note: Most applications have a Save As or Export To option that will allow you to save your
        documents and images as JPG or PDF file types.

        If you are using Microsoft PowerPoint or Microsoft Word, you can select File, then Save As or Export To.
        You can then choose PDF or JPG (depending on the application and supported file types) as the Save as type.

  • Q4: Can I connect my Android device to the projector using a WiFi connection if the projector is set up using Ad hoc mode or Quick Mode?

  • A: Generally No. This is due to Android device does not support adhoc/quick connection. BUT, if you are using Epson projectors has the
        soft access point function, then you can connect directly to the projector without having to setup an infrastructure network.
        Here is the list of projectors that you can connect directly:

        • Epson EB-1776W/1771W/1761W
        • Epson EB-1965/1955/1945W
        • Epson EB-Z10000/8150/8350W/8450WU
        (Models listed above is updated as at Oct 2012)

  • Q5: How do I move images to iProjection’s Photo option?

  • A: The photos need to be stored in the Gallery app on your Android device.
        iProjection will pull the .png or .jpg images from the Gallery app.

  • Q6: Can I use iProjection on multiple projectors at the same time?

  • A: No, iProjection doesn't support multi display or displaying on more than one projector at a time.

  • Q7: I don't have the optional wireless module for my projector, can I still use iProjection?

  • A: Yes, you can still use iProjection if your network supports wired and wireless connections and your projector has a RJ45 LAN port.
        Follow the steps below to set it up:

        1. Connect your projector with a RJ45 connection to your network.
        2. Connect your Android device with a wireless connection to the same network your projector is connected to.
        3. On your Android device, tap iProjection, then tap Projector.

  • Q8: How do I open and view my email attachment on my Android device using iProjection?

  • A: Do the following:

        1. On your Android device, open your email attachment (PDF, JPG, or PNG files only).
        2. Tap View

        3. You will see the screen below. Tap iProjection.

  • Q9: Is there a limit to the image file size that can be displayed by iProjection?

  • A: There is no limit to the image file size in iProjection. The limitation depends on the Android device specifications.

  • Q10: Can I mirror my device's display to the projector using iProjection for Android?

  • A: No. iProjection doesn't support mirroring your image and movements from your Android device to the projector.