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Samsung Galaxy HomeSync 1TB Personal Cloud Server Device

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  • HomeSync is the center of your connected life.
  • It stores and displays the best content and features of your Galaxy phone on your TV, puts the Internet on a larger screen and expands your entertainment choices.
  • 2.5" 1TB HDD inside: No Fan, No Noise, No Vibration
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 5.35 inches, 7.22 inches, 1.18 inches
  • Weight: 1.63 pounds
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 7.2 x 1.2 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: GT-B9150ZKYXAR
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,433 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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Product Description

Product Description

HomeSync is the center of your connected life. It stores and displays the best content and features of your Galaxy phone on your TV puts the Internet on a larger screen and expands your entertainment choices. 2.5 1TB HDD inside: No Fan No Noise No Vibration

Enjoy all your Galaxy smartphone's content and features on your HDTV with Samsung HomeSync. HomeSync lets you securely store and share videos, games, TV shows, photos, and other media from your Galaxy S or Note smartphone to your TV via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It allows you to upload, download, and instantly sync your favorite content, including photo galleries and music collections. HomeSync connects to any TV with an HDMI connection and includes 1 TB of storage to hold all your media files.

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  • Enjoy your Galaxy smartphone's features on your HDTV
  • Sync photos automatically in TV picture gallery
  • Download or stream games, movies, TV shows, and music
  • Register up to six mobile devices and eight user accounts
  • Includes 1 TB of secure storage for media files
  • Works with Galaxy family of mobile devices
Play Videos, Music, and Games on the Big Screen

HomeSync lets you view, share, and control content from your Galaxy S or Note mobile device on your TV screen. Stream or download on-demand movies and TV shows, music, Android games, and other content from Samsung Apps, Google Play, Samsung Media Hub, and YouTube. You can also browse the web, read news stories, and check social networking sites on your TV using your Internet connection.

Access and Share Photos Instantly

Link your Galaxy smartphone with HomeSync, and any pictures and videos you take are automatically uploaded to your picture gallery. This means when you get home, all your photos are ready to view on your TV. Register up to six mobile devices to access your personal media library wherever you go. You can also add up to eight additional accounts to allow family members to share your files--or store their own media. Any photos or videos stored in a shared folder are automatically available on all registered devices.

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Ample Storage for Movies, Photos, Music, and More

Thanks to a generous 1 TB of storage, you won't have to worry about running out of storage space on HomeSync. Expand your home entertainment options with a wide variety of movies, TV shows, games, and music available on Samsung Apps, Media Hub, and Google Play.

Simple Navigation via Smartphone or Keyboard

With the HomeSync app, you can navigate HomeSync's screens using your smartphone as a touchpad or remote--your phone can even double as a controller for gaming. You can also connect an Android keyboard like Swype or SwiftKey.

Compatibility Information

HomeSync is optimized for the Galaxy S 4, but works with the Galaxy S 3 and Note 2 and 3. It is also compatible with Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and 10.0, Tab 3 7.0 and 8.0, Galaxy Note 8 and 10.1, and Galaxy Camera. The system includes an Ethernet port, digital audio port, two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI port, and micro-USB port. HomeSync easily connects to any TV using the HDMI port.

What's in the Box

HomeSync device, power cable, LAN cable, HDMI cable, and quick start guide.

Samsung HomeSync
Connects to your HDTV via HDMI; also features two USB 3.0 ports for super-fast file transfer.

Customer Reviews

It was explained to me that this was going to work just as my Samsung Note 3 did.
Dan Schlimme
The phone app (Homesync app) allows you to chose music/video/photos but gives you very little options to sort or filter.
K. K
It is bad customer service not to have a supervisor available or not to have one call a customer back.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By K. K on October 17, 2013
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The Samsung HomeSync is a device full of hardware power and software potential that fails to deliver on many promises and comes packed with a lack of app compatibility and crippled control functions. Unless you have a "properly" supported device (which is only the Galaxy Note 3 and S4 right now) it is no more than an overly expensive media player with a built in hard drive. Sure you can store photos, music and video on the device, if you can figure out how to get them to actually copy from your mobile phone to the player, but why would you? There are better options out there right now (now being with the current unaddressed by Samsung, see below). The device fails to meet expections and will not until Samsung addresses the large number of feature gaps in the current software implementation and application compatibility (or lack thereof).

Supports playing most video types, including MKV with native blu-ray embedded (but NOT blu-ray files directly and no ISOs) and plays this high data rate video very well. Will also stream video to your phone in real time including transcoding of any stream it supports. From the video playback perspective this IS a great device.

Supports many formats including Flac! And also supports DTS-HD and Dolby HD streams in MKV video containers. A pleasant surprise.

As a multimedia playing device it really excels. However as a media management and control device it leave much to be desired.

Very good performance, great network connectivity (very easy to get connected). I've yet to see the device hitch or slow down regardless of what is thrown at it.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Farrier on February 10, 2014
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I really wanted to like this device, but it's just too awkward to use and too slow. I got it to work with both my Note 2 (not on a plan) and my Note 3 (Verizon Plan). From the way the default launcher/main screen is set up, it looks like Samsung wants to be the "Portal" to all of my content purchases, which just isn't going to happen. I don't like apps or content that I don't use very often or at all cluttering up my main screen (Samsung only gives you one screen on this device, and of course the apps screen.
Sideloading: I was actually able to sideload quite a few apps (18) that weren't offered in Samsung Apps or Google Play: Google Maps, Netflix, Facebook, Spotify Premium, Firefox, Google Mail, TuneSync, A1 SD Bench, DiskUsage, Google Earth, ES File Explorer, FolderSync, Gmail, IP Cam Viewer Pro (I have IP cameras to keep track of a 92 year old mother with dementia) , iSyncr Trial, PowerAmp, and Quadrant. And, of course I just had to get rid of the Samsung launcher and loaded Nova Launcher (couldn't load the prime). All of these apps worked with few hiccups except that I traded out iSyncr for TuneSync that worked better. I used FolderSync because it keeps track of new additions in my Google Drive account that totally syncs up with my desktop and Note 3. I've got about 125GB out on GDrive, and I'll probably be purchasing another 100GB of GDrive space because it's working so well for me.
But, I thought that if I had all my multimedia content on the HomeSync that response times would be better in browsing the files instead of broadcasting them wirelessly--not. I used about 240GB of the HomeSync's 1TB, and I just couldn't scroll through the folders fast enough in the Gallery app to find my stuff.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David McClanahan on April 2, 2014
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I really wanted to like this device. I was perfectly happy and willing to accept the advertised limits on which phones it works with since I have an S4. I thought the specs were great for the price. The styling is nice. The speed seems pretty decent/acceptable. .. but then you open and try to use the thing and all that hope and potential dissolves into broken promises, inconsistent behavior, and financial disappointment that I've wasted my money.

Pros: the specs, potential, specs, potential... Homesync works with a usb mouse and keyboard, even a hybrid one from HP ... my only saving grace.

1) Either it or the new S4 will not stay connected with or continue to identify one another, so I've had to constantly go back to a factory reset situation more times than I care to remember. The first one I received was a lemon and after at least a dozen or so support calls with Samsung they suggested I return it, which I did for a replacement unit, which only worked marginally better. The first one would not connect to the phone at all and the second one will usually connect, but the devices will not remember one another and I have to reconnect them time and time again.

2) There is some kind of incompatibility with the Google Play Services app. When I try to use the stock included Photo app it says I have to load Google Play Services, which appears to already be loaded and the Play Store will not allow it to be "loaded again". I tried uninstalling updates and re-updating, but this makes no difference. Due to this disconnect there seems to be the same issue with some other Google apps which say I need Google Play Services and then I can't load it.
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