OEM Samsung HDMI Adapter for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 / 10.v
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- The Samsung EPL-3PHPBEG HDMI Adapter is compatible with:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v
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Samsung HDMI Adapter supports HD signals up to 1080p resolution. Connects directly to a standard HDMI cable (sold separately) for easy connectivity to HDTV, home theater or monitor. One end of the Samsung HDMI Adapter plugs into your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 or 10.1v. The other end connects with your standard HDMI cable. With the HDMI Adapter, you can share videos, photos or perform productivity tasks on your big screen TV.
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When Samsung says it will not work with the Galaxy Tab 7.0, they are referring to the original version of the 7 inch tablet, but the 7.0 PLUS, which is the current version of the tablet [see the update below, the "PLUS" is no longer the newest version], has the same 30 pin connector as the 10 inch Galaxy Tab and the same accessories work with both. I own the 7.0 Plus and can verify the HDMI adapter does work with my tablet. The contents of the tablet screen is displayed on my HDTV.
It comes with a small instruction pamphlet which says that you need to plug in your power cord to the device. I might not have noticed that step, but thanks to the other reviews here I was well aware that it was necessary. You plug in your power cord, the one that came with your tablet, into this device and then plug this device into your tablet.
The pricing on this item seems really odd and fluctuates wildly. Sometimes there is a big discount here on Amazon, and sometimes the price on Amazon is much higher than the full retail price charged on the Samsung website.
[UPDATE - PER THE COMMENTS ATTACHED TO THIS REVIEW: This device WILL work with the new Galaxy Tab 2 10" tablet but WILL NOT work with the new Galaxy Tab 2 7" tablet.]
I'm glad that I tried it as this adapter works like a charm! Mirroring works perfectly. I just plugged in the power onto the adapter, and connected the adapter to the TV and off it goes. I unplugged and plugged it back in multiple times and it detected and mirrored everything perfectly. Audio is also working properly via the HDMI cable! As other reviewers mentioned, the power cord must be plugged into the adapter in order for it to work.
Again, if you have the Tab 2 10.1 model GT-P5113, you should really give this a try. It works really well.
For what is worth, I tried it on two different TVs (RCA and Mitsubishi) and it worked on both.
The adapter is kinda pricey but I don't think there is any more affordable alternatives.
My god, this thing is twitchy. I had hoped to connect my Galaxy Tab2 10.1 (AT&T SGH-i497) to a TV to watch stuff online with my partner without huddling together over the smaller screen. The good is that, when it connects, you can truly see everything on the TV that's on the tablet, and online video runs super smooth (unlike the Google Chromecast, which limits your online options to a select handful -- selected by Google, of course).
However, there's that "when it connects" problem. I tried it on my Samsung 40" in the living room, which is the desired goal. At first it connected fine. Then something went wrong and the tablet started displaying alternating "HDMI connected/HDMI disconnected" messages, a loop I could only escape by rebooting. A Google search turned up someone's solution of making sure the tablet was on a level surface, but even doing that I failed to connect to the TV again, despite the tablet beeping reassuringly whenever I plugged the adapter back in. I tried different HDMI cables with the same result.
However, it loves the Philips TV in the bedroom, connects with no problem whatsoever and stays connected. We were hoping to replace the bedroom TV with a slightly larger Samsung, but now I have my doubts since this thing seems (highly ironically) to not play nicely with other Samsung products.
I've loved Samsung products ever since my first Galaxy phone a few years ago, and felt sure they were going to be the next big name in electronics. This doohickey gives me doubt, however, and I certainly think the price is a little steep for something that performs so erratically. I suppose it's worth a try if you make sure it can be easily returned, because it seems like there's no way to know for sure if it will work for you without hands-on experimentation. Good luck.
UPDATE: Good news and bad news. The good news is, I got it to work on the Samsung by plugging directly into the HDMI port (I previously had it in my HDMI 3-port switcher), so problem solved, kind of. Kind of because the bad news is I really need the switcher because all the new TVs stupidly come with only 2 HDMI ports, and every new peripheral requires an HDMI connection. So I guess I'll have to see how to make this work, but I'm relieved that there is a workaround. Added one star
UPDATE TO THE UPDATE: Yesterday I was happily enjoying a marathon of online TV shows with my tablet connected to the 40". Then I paused it for a second and, upon restarting, the sound had stopped pumping through the main speakers (could still hear it on the tablet speakers). No amount of unplugging and replugging would restore it. It did work fine again on the bedroom TV, and I'm hoping a day or two of rest will fix it for the big TV. But, as I said first thing, twitchy. Twitchy and overpriced (though Amazon does have it cheapest). Only buy if you're prepared to fiddle with it.
HOPEFULLY THE LAST UPDATE: Fortunately, 24 hours later the adapter is playing nice with the big speakers again. I even got it to work (for now) through the HDMI switcher (which is good, because the DVR box won't work on the switcher). What a lot of headache.