Hi, After lots of users started reporting that they got their note 9 to work with dex on HP lapdock, I decided to get one for myself. Dream scenario for me would be to have linux on dex on the go once the one ui dockless support gets enabled but all got shattered when in reality I just got a black screen (Not even screen mirroring). Audio and keyboard seem to work but the mouse pad doesn't. With the Smart view all seem to work but the mouse pad and double key presses are annoying. Is the only option to get US Qualcomm version of note 9? Could someone with the slightest chance of owning hp lapdock, s9+ with one ui share their experience?
Hi , almost same problem for me, but with a Note 9 Exynos and a HP Elite X3 Lap Dock Serial starting with Y.
I've tried three different cable, but some are saying that there is an uncompatibility between Exynos and some HP Lap Dock.
I have a message saying "HDMI cable problem", so still think that I'm possibly using an USB C cable with the wrong compatibility.
Writing this on my HP Elite X3 lap dock connected to my former Lumia 950 XL.
So, as my Note 9 is working perfectly with my Microsoft HD-500 continuum dock, I think that there should be something wrong, but what?
After the Pie update, the S9/S9+ works great with the lapdock. Time to sell my Dex (and maybe my Chromebook).
Works just like it's on the Dex except everything is portable. There is one hiccup which is I can't use the touchpad buttons but I'm used to tapping to select/click anyways so it's not much of a hassle.
Interesting. Mine is a Qualcomm unit perhaps Exynos doesn't work like the Note?
I also tried 3 different usb-c cables. Only one of them worked (the super thick one I got from a Lenovo machine).
Hopefully you can find one that's cheaper that works.
I plug mine in, look at the Notifications area of the phone then select Dex the first time and ignore the warnings about it not being an official Dex accessory. After that Dex just autolaunches when I connect the S9+ and the lapdock.
If you can't find an HP lapdock, take a look at the YouTube video below which shows a touchscreen dock for Samsung DeX being used with Microsoft Office 365 as an example.