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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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I have a Samsung Tab 3 10.1 and I want to use it with my new Microsoft wireless adapter?

I can use my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone using AllShare cast but my Tablet doesn't seem to have this and no screen mirroring option. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem?

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Can I connect a Galaxy tab 3 10" directly to LAN?

Can I connect a Galaxy tab 3 10" directly to LAN?

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Fortunately, your Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 series Tablet is ethernet/lan capable. All you need is an OTG Ethernet adapter and you can hook up your Tablet to your home network. The adapter you will need can be found here:

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I need a cable converter Samsung tab 28g 30 pin?

Either a micro USB male to standard USB male adapter..opposite of reducer...or a way I can connect a mini keyboard micro USB male out to 30 pin that fits tab 2.

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How do I project my Samsung Tab 10.5 through LG PW800 projector. I have the MHL cable connected and screen mirroring turned on?

Samsung Tab 10.5 to LG PW800 connection

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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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How to hook up multiple TVs to play music video's using tablet and car stereo?

Hi, I have a (crazy) project under construction on my boat consisting of 2 TVs located in my radar arch, and 1 located on my dash (built in and using linear actuators to reveal). I want to play quality (HD) music videos (YouTube, etc..) through the stereo system and TVs while using a Samsung 10.1 for song list selections (the tablet will also be built into the dash). I know of an MHL adapter which allows for mirroring from the tablet, unfortunately, the 2 TVs for the arch are not HDMI compatible. I have yet to purchase the 3'rd (larger) TV for the dash, or the stereo head unit. If I purchase an HDMI capable TV for the dash and hook up the other 2 in series will this setup work? Do you have a better suggestion than what I am attempting? I am not overly tech savvy but I can build practically anything, and would greatly appreciate your know-how in making this system come together properly (great sound, videos). All must stay 12 volt since this is a marine application and I lose 110v away from the dock. Thank you again for your help, it is appreciated.

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What ss the 5 pin and 11pin ports?

I've purchased the HDTV MHL Adapter for my Samsung tablet 3... I've connected the power source into the adapter and into a wall outlet, then I connect the HDMI cord into the adapter port and the other end into my HDTV, lastly I connected the adapter into my tablet and nothing happened. (TV is changed to HDMI settings already)

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I have all the right wires hooked up and it's not coming up on my HDTV?

I have all the right wires hooked up as they should be and still no picture on my TV.. I have tried: Hooking up as directions said.

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