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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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Connecting Note2 to HDMI screen?

Connecting Note2 to HDMI screen how can do get it going...

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You will need an additional adapter in order to connect your Note2 to a screen with HDMI port. The adapter you will need is called the MHL to HDMI adapter, and you can purchase one directly from Samsung here:

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http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones-accessories/ET-H10FAUWESTA

My Note2 to push2tv (netgear) is very unstable. How do I fix that?

My Note2 to push2tv (netgear) is very unstable (I get the message Screen Mirroring disabled). However my samsung4-netgear is stable

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This is one of the most common problems, especially that Note2 devices usually require a really strong internet connection before it is able to execute certain functions. There is nothing wrong with the device except that the current internet connection is not enough to be able to sustain the function of your Note2. You would need to restart your router or find ways to make your internet connection better in order to avoid this problem.

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How can I mirror my Samsung Note2 to TV or computer screen?

Please tell me whether I can mirror using HDMI cable???

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The better option that you are going to have will be for you to be able to hook up your device to a TV rather than a computer using an HDMI chord being that most computers only have the option to output the image from a Laptop.

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I do know how you can hook it up to a TV but it will also depend on the TV but the basic options is to use a Micro HDMI chord:

-Hook up the Micro end to the bottom of the device

-Hook up the HDMI end to the back of the TV

-Remember the place you hooked up the HDMI end on the TV

-Tap your input button to select the port where the HDMI chord is plugged into on the back of the TV

This will allow you to mirror your screens image from your Note2 or any other Android device to your TV.

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Screen mirroring Note2 to Samsung Smart TV f6400?

Hi, I have problem when I connect my Note2 to Samsung f6400, my phone will turn off please help me

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Can't get my Note2 to mirror on my laptop screen with Windows8?

Turned on screen mirroring and doesn't detect device, also won't stay connected to laptop through Bluetooth

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