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Turn on Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy S3 and Share Your Phone's Screen to the TV

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Please help me do screen mirroring f my S3 with Dell i5?

Please help me do screen mirroring f my S3 with Dell i5

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While the Galaxy S3 supports the use of a MHL to HDMI adapter, your Dell Laptop will have to have an available HDMI input port in order for the screen mirroring to work.

If using the Allcast or Samsung share feature on the S3 phone, you would need a compatible device, like a Samsung Smart TV or a Samsung ATIV Laptop equipped with these features.

Another way to mirror your Samsung phone to your computer that is not a Samsung Brand computer. You can download a mirroring application to be installed on your computer. You can download an application called Side SyncPhone Screen Sharing. To find more of it, you can go to this article Turn on Screen Mirroring on Samsung Galaxy Note II and Share Your Phone's Screen to the TV and check the section of mirroring a Samsung Android device to a Non-Samsung Laptop.

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