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I hook up my usb to hmdi mhl adapter to my samsung galaxy exhibit and my hdtv but its not working.

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Does my metropcs samsung galaxy avant have mhl


Samsung Galaxy Avant: MHL:

Hello. Yes, MHL is available for all Galaxy family devices. You just need to obtain one that is compatible with your phone.

here's the Official one:
MHL 2 0 HDTV Smart Adapter

Note: You will need your charging cable and wall charging adapter. Plug power into the MHL and plug MHL into micro USB port on Galaxy Avant.

This MHL adapter can be used by the listed newer phones directly without a power adapter to show pictures on to your TV screen. It is not recommended to use without plugging in the power cable (that is plugged into the wall charger) if you are going to use the MHL for streaming video or for gaming, because those are power hungry and will deplete your battery within 2 hours or less. Connecting power charges the MHL as well as your device. Make sure your charging cable and wall charger are OEM, else they could just trickle charge your device instead of actually charging it. (some aftermarket chargers are 3V. Samsung's are 5V for the more power hungry Smartphones.)

You may need to turn airplane mode on

on some Galaxy Smartphones it is:
(my Note 4 on Android 5.1.1 is like this)
Settings>Connections>Airplane Mode

On your phone I believe it is:
(depends on the Android firmware version)
Settings>Under section: Wireless & Networks: Select More Settings>then check box for Flight Mode

*** Important ***
if you are trying to connect to the internet to stream to your TV, and Airplane/Flight mode turns off your WiFi, just turn it back on (airplane/flight mode will remain on) ~ some phones do this, some do not, this is carrier specific.. meaning the cellular provider requested the phone to auto do this for some reason




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Feb 11, 2016 | Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones

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Is LN40C630K1F samsung tv compatible with MHL? If not how do i get my phone mirrored on my TV, is there a way?


The Samsung LN40C630K1F is not MHL compatible. The HDMI port on the TV doesn't understand the signal from the tablet directly. You need an MHL to HDMI adapter: http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Matters%C2%AE-Adapter-integrated-Charging/dp/B00ESM3Q7K/ref=pd_sim_107_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=1A2PE0271GRC99HNF1G9 , instead of an MHL to HDMI cable. Be sure to make sure that the adapter is compatible with your phone. (Not all adapters work with all makes/models.)

I hope this helps.

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Can a XtremeCables micro HDMI cable work on a Galaxy S4 phone?


Not directly. The S4 requires an MHL adapter to provide an HDMI connection externally. The Samsung MHL adapter is the best choice and it offers a full size (not micro) HDMI port.

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How can I connect my galaxy s3 cell phone to my tv?


How to connect Samsung Galaxy S3 to TV..
There are 3 ways to do this..

1. You can use a compatible MHL adapter that connects to the micro USB charging port of your phone and then a regular HDMI cable from your TV connects to the MHL adapter that's connected to your phone. You will have to connect the Samsung micro USB charging cable to the MHL adapter in order for this to work.

You will be able to see everything that you do on your device, however you will be limited to how you hold your phone if you are trying to play a game and direct what you see on the screen to the TV.

Note: the MHL adapter may overheat your device if you have it on and working for long periods of time.

Youtube example of MHL to TV:
How to Mirror or connect Samsung Galaxy s3 to TV

2. You can use a remote access app on the phone to view on a PC/TV monitor. Depending on the remote access app, there maybe a lag seeing the image on your screen. Most apps like this are paid apps.

3. The Samsung Galaxy S3 phone has a natively installed software tool on the phone or can be downloaded from the Samsung Galaxy App Store (Available after you set up your Samsung account on your phone) that can link to a compatible DLNA device (most TV's that are 2005 or older). The app is called Samsung AllShare Play, or it may also be called Samsung Link

Youtube video:
How To Use Samsung Link previously AllShare Play

Jan 15, 2013 | Samsung Galaxy Cell Phones

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