View Device Screen on TV - Samsung Galaxy Note® 3

Note Notes:

  • To share media files, an active Wi-Fi connection must be established. Refer to the following for assistance:
  • To play or copy media to / from other devices (e.g., computer, TV, etc.), they must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network and may need to be configured for sharing. Refer to the user manual or contact the equipment manufacturer for assistance.
  • A Miracast-enabled HDTV or a wireless display adapter may be required to view your smartphone's screen via an external display. A wireless display adapter can be purchased from any Verizon Wireless retail store or at the online store.
  • For assistance with setting up a Google® Chromecast™ device, refer to this page.
  • Some apps (e.g., YouTube™, Netflix®, etc.) support displaying the app contents on a remote display. Within the app, tap the Cast icon Cast icon then select the desired display from the list.

 

Here are a few ways to share your screen with a TV. A compatible TV or additional accessories may be required. Check with your TV manufacturer for additional support.

Share Your Screen
Share Pictures, Videos or Music
Media Server Settings (DLNA)

 

Share Your Screen

Note Follow these steps to view your entire screen contents on your TV.

  1. Connect the wireless display adapter to the HDMI device using a HDMI cable.
  2. From a Home screen, tap Apps (located in the lower-right).
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  3. Tap Settings.
  4. Tap More networks.
  5. Tap Screen Mirroring.
  6. Tap the Screen Mirroring switch (upper-right) to turn on Switch On icon.
  7. Select an available device.
    Note If necessary, tap Scan (at the bottom).

 

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Share Pictures, Videos or Music

  1. From a Home screen, tap Apps Apps icon (located in the lower-right).
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap More networks.
  4. Tap Nearby devices.
  5. Tap the Nearby devices switch (upper-right) to turn on On switch or off Off switch.
  6. Tap Content to share.
  7. Tap any of the following to enable or disable then tap OK.
    Note Enabled when a check mark is present.
    • Videos
    • Photos
    • Music

 

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Media Server Settings (DLNA)

Note Configure these settings to share files with a DLNA-enabled device (e.g., TV, game console, etc.). To determine whether your device supports the DLNA standard, see this product database.

  1. From a Home screen, tap Apps Apps icon (located in the lower-right).
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  2. From the Apps tab, tap Settings.
  3. Tap More networks.
  4. Tap Nearby devices.
  5. Tap the Nearby devices switch (upper-right) to enable Nearby devices switch, On icon or disable Nearby devices switch, Off icon.
    Note If presented with 'Nearby devices screen requesting access to device', tap OK to allow those specific device(s) access.
  6. Tap Content to share.
  7. Tap any of the following to enable or disable then tap OK.
    Note Enabled when a check mark is present.
    • Videos
    • Photos
    • Music
  8. Tap Allowed devices list.
  9. If appropriate, tap any of device(s) listed then tap Delete to remove the device from the Allowed devices list; otherwise, tap Cancel.
    Note When deleting a device from the Nearby devices Restart now? screen, tap OK.
  10. Tap Blocked devices.
  11. If appropriate, tap any of device(s) listed then tap Delete to remove the device from the Not-allowed devices list; otherwise, tap Cancel.
    Note When deleting a device, file sharing must be restarted (disable Nearby devices switch, Off icon Nearby devices then enable Nearby devices switch, On icon ) to add the device to the Allowed device list.
  12. Tap Download to.
  13. Tap one of the following:
    • Device
    • SD card
  14. Tap Receive files from other devices.
  15. Tap one of the following:
    • Always accept
    • Always ask
    • Always reject

 

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