The Galaxy Note10+ is packed with a lot of connectivity options. One of such options is the capability to project the screen to a TV easily. While this feature is not unique to this particular phone model, many users actually find it very convenient especially since a lot of newer TV models come with wireless communication functions.
Using Screen Mirror on your Galaxy Note10+ lets you view your photos and videos to a wider TV screen with ease. This also eliminates the bulky cable connection via HDMI that a lot of older devices require in order to show their screen to a TV. Screen Mirror feature works with a other casting devices like Google Chromecast so if you have that, you can also use it to screen mirror your Note10 screen.
How to Screen Mirror your Galaxy Note10+ to TV | how to use Smart View App
In order to successfully use Screen Mirror feature, make sure that both your Note10+, TV and/or Chromecast are connected to the same wifi network. Other TVs may also require that you select the right source or input first in order for screen mirror to work. Refer to your TV manual if you can’t figure out how screen mirroring works on your TV.
Below are the steps to begin using Galaxy Note10+ Screen Mirror:
- On any screen, swipe down from the top using two fingers.
- Find Smart View icon and tap it.
- Select your TV from the list.
- If the Screen Mirror connection is successful, your Galaxy Note10+ screen should now be displayed on your TV.
By default, the screen view that will be shown on the TV should be in portrait mode. If you want to change it to landscape or wide view, change the orientation of the screen on your Galaxy Note10+ to landscape.
Depending on your TV, you may experience delay or lag when doing some actions on your phone using Smart Screen feature.
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