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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 tab3 8" and a TV of Sony, I want to see my TAB videos on TV. How?

How will I access the videos from TAB to TV

You can plug your TV up to your Tablet so that you will get the option to take the videos or pictures off of your Tablet onto your TV for viewing. Also for this option, you will need to connect your device up to your TV using your USB cord on your device.

You can access the videos on your Tablet by doing the following.

  • Get an HDMI cable.
  • Connect the MHL to HDMI adapter to your Tablet.
  • Connect the HDMI cable to your TV's HDMI slot and to the MHL to HDMI adapter.
  • Select HDMI source on your TV.
  • The screen of your Tablet should now appear on the Sony TV screen.

Hi, I have Samsung Tab 3, and can't connect with MHL to HDMI adapter on my TV (Samsung HD ready 2005)?

When Connected HDMI cable on the TV, writes no signal, when it out cable, write, check the cable, don't know what is a problem, I followed the instructions on YouTube, thank YOU very much for your help.

Which version of the Galaxy Tab 3 do you have? The official Samsung MHL to HDMI adapter only works on the 8 inch and 10-inch versions of the Tab series. The adapter will not work in the 7-inch version.

If you are getting the message to check the cable this is because the cable has either a cut or a short inside of its wiring. Obtain a new cord in order to get past this problem, also you can use your cord on another device so that you can test if it's the cord or your device.

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Yes I wanted to know if it was possible to connect my Tablet with a USB port to the TV?

I was wondering what port will I need to change the TV to

Yes, it is very much possible for you to be able to connect your Tablet to your TV but understand that it will not connect you to be able to be screen share with the TV. This connection will help you to be able to charge the device and view pictures from the device.

In order for you to be able to screen mirror with your TV you are going to need to purchase an HDMI chord MICRO that will allow you to be able to screen share:


This will allow you to be able to connect your device to your TV.

Would like to connect a Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 to an HDMI jack. What cable do I need?

Would like to connect a Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 to an HDMI jack. What cable do I need?

The name of the cord is HDMI Micro cable which can be purchased from your local electronics store so that you will be able to connect this device to your TV.

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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 do I connect Galaxy tab 3 lite 7 inch to HDTV for mirroring?

I have a Galaxy tab 3 lite 7 inch and apple TV version 2. I would like to do mirroring to my HDTV. My TV does not have DNLA technology. Please provide me a solution (wired or wireless). Thanks in advance

Without your device having the DNLA technology as the upgraded TVs have, you will not be able to perform screen mirroring option successfully from your device to the TV. Also, another way that you can attempt to link your Tablet to the TV you can try using the Micro HDMI cord.

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