Turn on screen mirroring on samsung galaxy tab 2 and share your phone's screen to the tv

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AllShare Play is one of the most popular features of Samsung Galaxy Devices. You can use it to share the screen on your phone, to any Smart TV device. Using AllShare Play, you will be able to share and play items such as videos, business presentations, photo presentations and even music.

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How Does it Work?

In order for AllShare Play to work properly, your device should be connected to a WiFi connection. Once you are ready to go, you can use AllShare Play together with your Galaxy Tab2 device over your Smart TV device.

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Get Started AllShare Play Mirroring

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    From your home screen, tap the Menu button, then select "AllShare Play" on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2
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    Make sure both your device and your Smart TV are currently connected to a WiFi network
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    From your files, choose either a music file, a video, or a photo you would like to play/display
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    After choosing the media file, select the connected Smart TV to share to, and mirror the screen on your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.
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Questions and Answers

I have a tab 2 10.1. with homesync app. and I have a homesync device, but I cannot activate the screen mirroring?

I cannot turn on the screen mirroring between my tab 2 and homesync device.

Make sure that you do the following correctly:

  • On your Tab 2, go to the AllShare Play app.
  • Connect your TV/Device and Tab 2 on WiFi.
  • Choose the file you wish to share/play/display.
  • Choose the device.
  • Enjoy.

You can also watch this how-to video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0J4xyjwskI

Does not work. I want screen mirroring, not just the pictures.

The AllShare play is much more of sharing media contents from your Tablet to the bigger screen, such as videos and pictures. Then you can share them with your family for viewing and enjoyment. However, for screen mirroring, it is better if you use an adapter to share contents from your Tablet to the big screen, like playing games, browsing the app drawer and any other things. Make sure your Galaxy Tab 2 is compatible with the adapter.

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The adapter model is: EPL-3PHPBEGXAR, this adapter is an MHL adapter that can project your actions from Tablet to your TV. However, your Tablet must be connected to it, via USB cord, for a stable connection and to mirror the screen. You may check the compatibility from this link: http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/galaxy-tab-accessories/EPL-3PHPBEGXAR-compatible

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Another way for you to mirror is to use Samsung AllShare Cast. This Samsung AllShare cast is almost the same feature, but not as limited as AllShare Play. Just make sure that both devices are connected to the same network. Simply go to the home screen and tap the Soft Key Menu then hit the settings and select the AllShare Cast and select your TV, and it will automatically scan for your TV. Connect to it, and then mirror your tablets screen on TV.

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Can screen mirroring support Samsung tab 2 10inch?

I just want to screen mirror my Samsung tab 2 on my TV

It should be able to do that for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, but you need to make sure you are using the latest updated version of the operating system. Also, it is best done when your TV is also a Samsung.

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Screen mirroring Samsung Galaxy TAB2 (P5100)?

I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and a non smart TV. I have a Google Chromecast stick and a western digital TV Miracast compatible media player connected to my TV by HDMI.

Is there any strategy to cast the screen of my Tab2 to my TV with one of these devices?

There's an app - EZ cast - which supports casting web pages without any problem, but it doesn't mirror the screen. So the hardware of the Tablet seems to allow mirroring or casting of the screen. Thank you for your answer

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I cannot connect my Tab2 to LG Smart TV with any screen mirroring app from play store, needs screen mirroring patch-app but Samsung app for this is not compatible with my Tab2 device?

I did this with my S3 phone and it works perfectly. Is this even possible with Samsung Galaxy Tab2. Android 4.2.2

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I would like to know if it is possible to mirror two Samsung tablets together (both tablets are the same model)?

I'm working on a project in a March where I need to take photographs of vegetation in a small plot area using a tablet. The photograph must completely cover a meter square area. Since the picture will be taken from a height of about 7 feet, I will not be able to look at the screen to make sure the photo is lined up properly with the vegetation plot. I will be using a remote to press the shutter button to take the actual picture, but was wondering if I could somehow mirror another tablet to the one taking the picture so I could make sure the photo is aligned before taking it.

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Screen mirroring no longer running on Galaxy Tab 2 Notepad?

My fault, actually. I was fooling around in the App Manager and disabled it just to see what would happen (assuming, of course, that I would have the option of re-enabling it later). Not just disabled - gone from the list of apps!

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  1. 1
    Press the home button.
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    Tap on "Apps".
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    From the application folder, tap on "Settings".
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    Tap on "Application Manager".
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    Swipe the screen to "ALL".
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    Find the appropriate disabled application and tap on it
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    You may need to scroll the list further down to locate your disabled applications.
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    Tap on "Enable".
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Screen Mirroring from Samsung Galaxy 2 Tablet to Sony Blu-ray Player?

How do I find AllShare Play on my Samsung Galaxy 2 Tablet? I'm not seeing it under the menu? Thanks!

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On Samsung Galaxy 2 and miracast dongle, connection is correct but just for 20 seconds, it disconnected each time I try?

TV is sharp 42 inches with HDMI connection

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I have used mirroring before on a Windows based system. My new S2 doesn't seem to have that capability?

I cannot find the app to project to my Sony TV. I have tried: I have looked in settings and file manager. I think it was caused by: Unknown

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Hi Joe! I have a Tab2 and I'm trying to connect to a TV with an HDMI it's not a smart TV is there a way I can connect thank you?

Have tab S2, want to connect to a non smart TV that has HDMI. Tried, won't work. Help, please

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