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Cast / Mirror full screen UE50TU8500

(Topic created on: 11/01/21 15:40)
Stevesold
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When using smart view to my UE32J5500. I could cast photos/videos from Samsung A5 in full screen.

I now have 2 new TV's one of which UE50TU8500, when I cast to this I get a split screen of tv & photos.

smartview is now obsolete, I have Smart Things, I have tried other apps.

What are other people using & how are they doing it.

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Stevesold
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Yippee, sorted, You use the TV remote to select TV image or phone.

Select phone it is then full image.

They call this multview.

 

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SirStottalot
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Must be some kind of issue with your TV. What happens when you put your phone into landscape mode? I personally use a Type C to HDMI adapter for mirroring. No lag then.
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Stevesold
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makes no difference landscape/portrait. I dont want to be using a cable. I buy a new TV & go backwards with the tech. I think its the Samsung app, tgats why I want to hear from those hat can/cant do it.
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SirStottalot
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You have heard from someone that can do it. I have no problems with smart things to my Samsung TV. I choose to use a cable for a better response as I play games. It's not going backwards. It's logical that anything plugged direct is more responsive. Smart Things is done over WiFi. An Ethernet cable is better than WiFi so I don't understand how you think uts going back in technology.
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Stevesold
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Im not playing, I want show an image.
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Stevesold
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Yippee, sorted, You use the TV remote to select TV image or phone.

Select phone it is then full image.

They call this multview.

 

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