There are many ways to connect Samsung Galaxy to TV. You can use an HDMI cable, Chromecast or a wireless connection and more. Are you tired of watching shows on your Samsung Galaxy? Then connect your Samsung Galaxy to the TV! Make the most of all your shows and watch your favorite movies on a bigger screen.
How to connect Samsung Galaxy to TV with Smart View
- Open the Quick Settings panel by swiping down from the top of the screen with two fingers.
- Then scroll and tap the Smart View icon.
- Tap your TV from the list of available devices. Depending on your TV, you may need to enter a PIN or allow access to complete the connection.
- Your phone or tablet screen will now appear on the TV. If you want to stream the TV screen to your phone or tablet and the TV supports it, tap Other device → Phone. To go back, tap Phone → Other device.
When you're done using Smart View, tap the app icon on your phone, then tap Disconnect.
Connect the Galaxy to the TV using the official Samsung USB-C to HDMI adapter
The easiest and fastest way to connect your Galaxy to your TV is via the official USB-C to HDMI adapter. This adapter is really easy to use, just connect the USB-C connector to the Galaxy and the other end to an HDMI cable connected to the TV.
Switch to the correct HDMI output on your TV, you are all set and ready to start enjoying movies and games on the big screen. Plus: The official USB-C to HDMI adapter is DeX compliant, which means you can also use your Galaxy as a fully functional desktop PC, all via this adapter.
Samsung screen mirroring via third party USB-C to HDMI adapters
Samsung's USB-C to HDMI Adapter may be the best method for connecting your device to your TV. However, there are other USB-C to HDMI adapters that do the same job, some are more functional and others are more affordable.
How to connect Galaxy to TV with Miracast
The new Samsung Galaxy support the Miracast standard, allowing you to connect your device to compatible smart TVs without the need for a cable or cable adapter. While Miracast is easy to set up and use, it's limited to 1080p resolutions at 30 frames per second, so you might want to consider a wired alternative to get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy.
How to connect a Samsung Galaxy to the TV using Google Chromecast
Google's Chromecast remains one of the simplest solutions for streaming video or mirroring your smartphone screen to a TV. Plug this HDMI dongle into the back of your TV, install the Google Home app on your phone and set up your Chromecast.
Once ready, you will need to select the "Cast" symbol in one of the compatible applications to start streaming. Once done, you can control everything from the application itself. You will also be able to mirror your phone screen using the Google Home app.
How to connect a Samsung Galaxy to the TV with an HDMI cable
An HDMI cable (which stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface in Spanish) allows you to connect virtually any video source to a television screen. If your TV is under 10, it definitely has an HDMI port.
HDMI cables have the advantage of transmitting video and audio in HD. So you don't have to worry about the quality of the videos or having to use the speakers as the audio will come out directly from your TV.
Unlike Apple products, many Android phones have an HDMI output (or one of its miniature versions). Three HDMI jacks are commonly used. Type A is the standard. It is often found on large devices, such as televisions, computers, or game consoles.
Type C also dubbed Mini HDMI, and Type D called Micro HDMI, are found almost exclusively on tablets and smartphones. Whatever your type of socket, you don't need to spend a lot of money, because you can find these HDMI cables for less than 10 €.
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