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Connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 or 3 (tab 10.1, Tab 8.9, Tab 7.7, Tab 7.0 Plus) to your TV

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Does the Galaxy tab 3 7.0 inch have screen mirroring?

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 does not support screen mirroring. For some reasons, Samsung has left out screen mirroring on the Galaxy Tab 3 series. You can try / MirrorOp on Play Store as there are people who have claimed that the application worked for them.

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Unfortunately, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 doesn't support screen mirroring. This device neither support AllShare Cast nor MHL connectivity.

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Can I stream movies from my Galaxy Tab 7.7 to my TV?

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You can stream movies, pictures, games and everything that you see on your Galaxy Tab 7. 7's screen. Follow the instructions on this article and you should be able to mirror your Tab 7.7' screen to your TV that supports HDMI.

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Yes, you can mirror the screen from your Tablet to the TV. Now if you TV is not a Samsung SmartTV then it is possible you will have to purchase the AllShare Cast Wireless hub for the phone to recognize it as a device.

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If you want to try it before buying the hub here is the method

1. On your TV remote select input, and then select screen monitoring to prepare it for a connection.

2. On your device go to the menu

3. Now select Settings

4. Select Wireless and Networks or Connections

5. Now select AllShare Cast and move the slider to the on position for screen mirroring.

I want to connect my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and Tab 3 10.0 for screen mirroring on my TV with HDMI cable which cable is it?

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You can mirror your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.0 screen to your TV screen, but not your Tab 3 7.0. Tab 3 7.0 support screen mirroring. To mirror your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.0 to your TV, you will need the following:

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  • MHL to HDMI HDTV adapter.
  • HDMI cable

What do I need? Have been told I need a Monitor Cable MHL Male to HDMI Male ?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 series does not support screen mirroring. You can still share your Tab's screen to your HDTV by using an application that streams yours screen to the TV screen. Download / MirrorOp on Play Store/ MirrorOp on Play Store.

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See more questions like this: Hi, can I connect my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to a projector for screen mirroring? If so, what do I need to do this? Will I need a cable

I am actually trying to screen mirror my Note3 to my Samsung TV, but it won't detect the TV?

Can't detect TV when trying to screen mirror from my Note3

Make sure you do the following steps to establish connection on both devices:

  • on your TV remote, press `input`
  • choose screen mirroring
  • on your Galaxy Note3, go to menu
  • tap settings
  • tap connections
  • tap screen mirroring
  • turn on screen mirroring
  • choose your TV from the list
  • both TV and Note3 will be connected and will share automatically
  • when paired successfully, the top screen (notification area) will have a TV and what seems to be a WiFi signal that is turned sideways
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NOTE: Make sure that you have AllShare Cast Wireless Hub, Samsung HomeSync or that the TV you use is a supported Samsung Smart TV.

1. On your TV's remote press input

2. Find screen mirroring on your TV's menu and select it

3. Now go to your device press menu, then settings, connections, screen mirroring

4. Now find the slider for screen mirroring and move it to the on position

5. Now you should be able to see your Smart TV from the list.

If your TV does not offer screen mirroring you will need to purchase the AllShare Cast Hub. Once it is connected to the HDTV it will allow you to transfer the screen mirroring through it for TV's that don't offer wireless connections.

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The above questions are from the following wiki...
Connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 or 3 (tab 10.1, Tab 8.9, Tab 7.7, Tab 7.0 Plus) to your TV

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Tablet Galaxy Tab 3 Push2TV Netgear?

I have purchased the home Push2TV Netgear, but I do not arrive the authority to operate my tablet

I've searched Netgear's site regarding the push2tv device and it seems your Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is not supported. Check out the list of supported devices here:

http://www.netgear.com/landing/stream/tv/#push2tv#devices

It seems the only Samsung Tablet that's supported is the Note 10.1. I would suggest using another wireless display adapter with your Galaxy tab, like Google's Chromecast. Check out details here:

http://www.google.com/intl/en-US/chrome/devices/chromecast/

Is it possible to mirror my Galaxy Tab 3 7" to Samsung TV [not smart] using a Dongle?

Have a Samsung Galaxy tab 3 Tablet and a Samsung flat screen TV but TV is not a smart TV, I heard of people using a Dongle, can I link the Galaxy tab 3 and a Kindle Fire HDX too fling / mirror onto our TV using a Dongle? If so, which Dongle is recommended?

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The dongle you're referring to is actually a MHL HDMI adapter. According to Samsung, their adapter will only work on Galaxy Tab's 8 and 10 inch versions, not the 7 inch. You can see a picture of the adapter here:

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http://screencast.com/t/IBJQA4Pq9Gd

As for the Kindle Fire HDX, there's not such support for this kind of adapter. The only thing similar you can do on either of these devices is to stream wirelessly through Smart TV's and PlayStation gaming machines.

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See more questions like this: I have a Samsung Smart TV and a Galaxy Tab S2, why does not it show full screen on my TV when I mirror both devices?

Can I hook my sons Galaxy S2 7 inch Tablet to a TV?

Galaxy S2

7inch

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It looks like the Galaxy 7 inch version tablets do not have official MHL to HDMI support. According to Samsung's supports sites, only the 8 and 10 inch tabs have this capability.

You can check out the full specs of the tab here:

http://www.samsung.com/in/consumer/mobile-phone/mobile-phone/tablet-smartphone/GT-P3100TSEINU-spec

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Hi daniel. My problem is with my Samsung Galaxy tab 3 8", and a NetgearNTV300Sl when trying to mirror my table , I'm getting a message WiFi disable, any idea?

Mirror Galaxy tab 3 8" with netgear NTV300

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Some app is required for Galaxy tab2 to mirror on Sony w85 TV?

I want to mirror my screen from Galaxy tab2 to Sony w85 TV

No, software is necessarily needed being that you can connect your device to the TV using a Micro HDMI chord which will connect from your phone to the back of the TV through HDMI in order to allow you to be able to mirror your image from your device to the TV.

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The MICRO HDMI cord can be purchased from an electronics store or online through ebay.com for an affordable price to help you mirror an image.

I have recently purchased a Samsung smart hd TV in order that I can mirror screen from my Samsung tab 3 10.1. Please tell me how this is done?

I have recently purchased a Samsung smart hd TV in order that I can mirror screen from my Samsung tab 3 10.1. Please tell me how this is done.

You will see on your TV that it is awaiting for connection. What you then need to do is launch All Share Cast on your Samsung Tab. You will find that under Wireless and Networks. When you find the All Share Cast, just turn it on and you will see the code for your television under it. It will then start to communicate and you will be able to wirelessly view your device from your TV.

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See more questions like this: I just purchased a NETGEAR Push2TV device and I'm trying to find an app that will allow me to mirror my screen to this device

Portrait orientation for screen mirroring?

Hi Daniel. My company has made a smartphone app that we would love to demonstrate at a trade-show on a large flat-screen. My question is this: do you know of an easy way to mirror the phone's display to a flat-screen that is portrait-oriented and will fill the screen just like it is a big blown-up phone?

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I have an Android tablet 4.1.1 kocasi tablet and cannot find screen mirroring?

How can I find it? Is it available on this model?

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I have a Samsung Galaxy 8.9 and a Galaxy S3. I'm looking to invest in the Google Chromecast?

Are either of them compatible??

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I have a DROID XYBOARD 8.2 by Motorola 16GB. Can I watch live TV on a TV screen that does not have cable hookup via Chromecast or HDMI to microHDMI cord?

I have a DROID XYBOARD 8.2 by Motorola 16GB. Can I watch live TV on a TV screen that does not have cable hookup via Chromecast or HDMI to microHDMI cord?

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I'm trying to use an HDTV in portrait mode with an iPad?

Is it possible to display (mirror) the iPad on an HDTV in portrait mode and have entire iPad display (which is also in portrait mode) full in the TV?

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How do I connect my Samsung Galaxy 4 tablet to my 60 RCA flat screen TV wirelessly?

Just wanted to do it wirelessly cause of the kids

  1. 1
    Order ChromeCast in one of the offered stores.
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  2. 2
    You will need a WiFi network in your area.
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  3. 3
    Connect the Chromecast dongle to your 60 RCA HDTV via the HDMI input.
    Power it up with the power cord.
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  4. 4
    Download and install the Google Cast application onto your tablet.
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    Choose the HDMI input on your 60 RCA with the "Input", "Source", or "Menu" button.
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    Launch the Google Cast application on your tablet.
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    Tap on "DEVICES".
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    Tap on the detected Chromecast dongle.
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    Tap on "SET UP".
    You will see a code on the tablet: it should match the code on the HDTV.
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    Tap on "SET NAME".
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    On the phone, configure the WiFi network for the Chromecast on the next screen.
    That means that you tap on the network and enter a password for it. Tap on "SET NETWORK".
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  12. 12
    Tap on "BROWSE YOUR CAST APPS" to start mirroring the screen.
    Chromecast works with a big selection of programs, and you can pull down your notification panel twice to tap on "Cast screen".
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