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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.
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
There are only a few cases that could be causing this issue, but, first we have to analyze the issue properly. The system must have detected some sort of error between your wi-fi adapter and the driver you are trying to install for it. This error could be caused by any of the following occurrences. 1. You may be trying to install an outdated driver on a new adapter or vice versa. If you are trying to install a driver that belongs to old models of a particular laptop on a newer version or model, it is most likely to give this kind of error message as there are usually new innovations and improvement to the drivers which the previous version of adapters may not have been able to accept or work with. In this case, all you have to do is to download a current version of the driver and re-install or just obtain a compatible version and install. 2. Also, when you try to install a driver on a laptop that may not have an in-built wireless adapter, it would detect the absence of the adapter which it is designed to work with and then it would respond with an error message because of the absence. 3. If you are trying to install a driver for a former version of windows on a new window 7, it is most likely not to work as not all laptops use the same driver for windows vista and windows 7. since you just installed windows 7, you can use a wired connection on your laptop to visit the website and download a window 7 compatible version Lastly and most likely, when you have a spoiled or a broken wi-fi adapter that may also no longer function due to different reasons, it would be detected as an invalid adapter and that would make it impossible for the driver to be installed since there is no device to handle it when it is installed. If you check all of this and it still won't work, you have to send it to a repairer to check what else might be causing the fault. Hope this answered your question? Please comment for more information
You cannot install this adapter in a Win 7 computer because the drivers are not compatible with Win 7.
So far Belkin haven't updated the drivers for win 7 OS. The latest drivers for this adapter is compatible only with
" Windows 98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit "
Click hereto see the belkin compatible drivers in the website.
Wow, they sure don't make that easy to find. I had to use Google. I like the full system specs: "Power adapter: Yes". That's not a specification, that's a checkbox. =)
For future reference: Your laptop is an _X_360. And it's going to get confused a lot with the Xbox 360. So if you do a Google search, say, for a power adapter, try something like this: power adapter samsung x360 -xbox
The minus will ignore Xbox mentions.
Anyway, so I found a PDF here: http://www.samsung.com/us/system/consumer/product/2008/10/24/np_x460_as02us/xseries_spec.pdf
For both submodels of the X360, it lists the same 90-watt power adapter: AA-PA1N90W/US
The bad news is Samsung does not seem to sell that online yet, and apparently you paid a lot of money for a very lightweight laptop, so getting a generic-but-heavy adapter, unless you're leaving it at the office or something, isn't necessary a good idea.
But if you type that into PriceGrabber, you get the part for $99.
If you type it into GOogle, you see it as cheap as $89 or so -- ... I don't know those companies. I used to do quite a bit of business with CDW 5 to 10 years ago; they sell it for $99: http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/default.aspx?EDC=1602220&RecommendedFOREDC=1588402&RecoType=AC&cm_sp=Product-_-RecoAcc-_-Samsung+AA-PA1N90W+-+power+adapter+-+90+Watt