I’m using spacedesk_driver_Win_10_64_v1075_BETA
PC: Lenovo, Windows 10 Pro 64bit
Tablet: Lenovo P12 tablet, Android
Connection type: (Tablet) USB C –> (Laptop) USB
I have connected my laptop to my tablet, but I can only see 2 screen resolution options on the extended screen option (tablet) which are 1024 x 768 and 2944 x 1840, however when I duplicate my screens the tablet is showing same screen resolution as my laptop 1920 x 1080.
My question is, why can’t I choose 1920 x 1080 on the extend screen option on my tablet, but I only see 2 options. It’s is possible when duplicate to have 1920 x 1080 on the tablet, but not on the extend screen option.
Extend these displays:
Display resolution (only below option available)
2944 x 1840
1024 x 768
Duplicate these displays:
1920 x 1080
The extended display only shows two options compared to duplicate because one of the resolutions is your native Android screen resolution, typically used for desktop extension. The other option is a customized resolution that you might have set previously in the spacedesk Android viewer settings.
I assume you want to set 1920×1080 to both extend and duplicate mode. to do this, just go to spacedesk Android viewer settings > Resolution > click “Choose Custom Resolution” then look for 1920×1080 and click it. > connect your device again > go to system settings of you PC and extend your display. it should now show 1920×1080 as one of your options.