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AllShare function playback Galaxy TAB contents on 3D LED TV

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2 days ago, I've successfully tested the Galaxy TAB AllShare function connecting to

my new Samsung 46" 3D LED TV (UA46C7000). Using the free given USB Wi-Fi dongle

(and a free HDMI v1.4 cable too) that come with my new 3D Blu-Ray Player (BD6900),

plugged it into the TV and connecting to my home Wi-Fi router access was a breeze.

After key-in the Wi-fi passcode using the on-screen keyboard of the 3D LED TV and

launch the AllShare function on the TV and Galaxy TAB, the setup is all done within

a minute or 2. During the AllShare connection, I can launch either from the 3D LED TV

or Galaxy TAB to playback those MP4, MP3 or pictures files that stored in my Galaxy TAB.

Before this great thing happening, I was thinking of buying into Galaxy TAB Multimedia

Dock Station, a HDMI v1.3 Type C and an audio cables for doing the same job I wanted.

Now I does not require them anymore. I'm contented and a very happy man now. :lol: :)

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That's pretty sweet. What's the codec support like?

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So far I've only tested it worked with H.264 coding mp4 video.

The mkv format wouldn't play whether I launch the video playback

from my Galaxy Tab or my 3D LED TV.

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Yesterday tested H.263 DIVX codec AVI video files playback normally. Not so for RM or RMVB codec.

Btw, Samsung TV Remote TAB from Market also work normally after my 3D LED TV and Galaxy TAB connected to the same wireless router.

But I wouldn't use my Galaxy TAB as a remote as my 3D LED TV remote control look much more gorgeous and slimmer.

:lol:

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نأيس

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