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Turn on Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy Note II and Share Your Phone's Screen to the TV

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Can I mirror my computer with my note II?

I would like to see the same thing on my mobile and my computer; is it possible with Samsung screen mirroring ?

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Yes, you can do this. As long as you establish the connection in both devices, you will be able to mirror your Note2 on your computer. Make sure though that your internet connection is good before you do this. If not, there is a tendency for both devices not to recognize each other.

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Can I display my Galaxy Note2 to my TV using the USB cable?

I want to use the USB cable from phone to TV

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There are number of ways that you can mirror your Samsung Galaxy Note II screen to your TV. Unfortunately, it's not possible to do screen sharing using a USB cable. However the best and easiest way to share your screen is to use the Samsung AllShare Cast Dongle. This device lets you share your screen on many of your Samsung devices. To order and purchase a Samsung AllShare Cast, visit the Samsung Website.

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To use this device follow these steps:

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    Connect AllShare Cast dongle to your TV using an HDMI cable.
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    On your TV, go to your source, and select the HDMI port that you plugged the cable into.
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    Now go to your Samsung Galaxy Note2 Home screen.
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    Click on 'Apps'.
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    Select 'Settings'.
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    Under the 'Wireless and networks' section, tap on 'More settings'.
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    Scroll down, under the 'Media share' section, select 'AllShare cast'.
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    Now your phone will search for the AllShare Cast Dongle, and it will automatically connect to it.
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    Your phone screen should now be shared on the TV.
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    Enjoy using the great features of this device.
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If you aren't interested in purchasing this device, you can read another great VisiHow article on How to Connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 or 3 (tab 10.1, Tab 8.9, Tab 7.7, Tab 7.0 Plus) to your TV

If you have additional questions, let us know in the Q&A section.

My screen is out on my Note2, how can I mirror it with my PC to get all my files off, that were not backed up?

Is this possible? I don't want to pay $180 to replace my old LCD, I already bought a new phone.. I have tried: Hooking it to a USB, Google searching,. I think it was caused by: The screen is out

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