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Turn on Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Share Your Phone's Screen to the TV

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How could I use screen mirroring from my HP Laptop to my Samsung Galaxy Note3?

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If you want to mirror your HP Laptop's screen to your Samsung Galaxy Note3, you can use an application called Splashtop 2 Remote Desktop. This app also allows you to control your Laptop from your phone, which is a useful feature for those times you want to use a desktop app from the comfort of your chair or bed while you're on your phone.

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