Samsung Galaxy Note 9 1
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 1

In this guide, we will be showing you how you can connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to TV easily.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a 6.4-inch Screen which is considered big enough by most people for a smartphone. It also comes with a 512GB of storage with an SD card slot which can also accommodate an external storage of up to another 512GB.

With this kind of storage on a smartphone, it is safe to say a lot of people will be storing a lot of movies on their phones. Add this to the big 6.4-inch and you have what some would call a ‘Mobile Cinema’. However, some people will definitely still want a bigger screen, bigger than the 6.4-inch screen on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

When the need for a bigger screen arises, the only thing to do is to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device to a TV or monitor. So in this guide, we will be showing how to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 To TV or Monitor, depending on the one you have.

Ways to Connect Your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 To TV

There are about four ways to achieve this and we will be looking at all four of them in this article.

Using a USB-C to HDMI Adapter

Samsung has their official USB-C to HDMI adapter which was created for this purpose. The adapter Connects your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to your TV easily without hassle. All you have to do is plug the USB end to your phone, Connect the adapter to an HDMI Cable and Plug it to your TV.

Now change the input on your TV to HDMI using the remote control and That’s it. You’re now ready to start enjoying all of your movies on a bigger screen. If you can get a Samsung USB-C to HDMI adapter cable, you can get any other adapter cable which works the same way Samsung’s own does.

Using Miracast

Miracast has been the standard way to stream your videos from your Android smartphone to TV wirelessly. Using this method means your phone doesn’t have to be close to the TV because there is no wire Connecting your phone to your TV. Most TV these support these feature so if your TV Supports this feature then this is another great way to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device to TV.

The only problem with this method is that most people don’t have a TV that supports this feature. If you’ve been using your TV for a while then chances are, your TV might not support this feature. If that is the case, you can use the previous method since almost, if not all TVs have the HDMI port or use the next method.

Using Chromecast

This is perhaps the best way which I personally love and use currently. Google Chromecast is one of the easiest ways to mirror your smartphone screen to your TV. Asides being able to do that, you can stream YouTube video with it and play Spotify music among other things. The Google Chromecast is an all in one streaming package which every movie lover should have. We’ve taken our time to write a Detailed step on how you can Setup Google Chromecast. Once you’ve completed the setup process, you can now mirror your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen to your TV, wirelessly.

Using Samsung’s DeX

The list won’t be complete without Samsung’s DeX – a way to get a full PC experience just by hooking up your phone to a Monitor. This method isn’t used to connect Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to a TV. It is used to connect it to a Monitor but I felt I needed to add it.

Samsung DeX is pretty similar to Huawei’s Desktop Mode which literally transforms your phone into a desktop PC. For this, you’ll be needing Samsung’s USB-C to HDMI adapter which will allow you Connect stuff like a mouse, monitor, etc to your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device.

Once you’ve Connected your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 device to your monitor, you can then watch the movies on your device on the monitor. You can also do other stuff like you would normally do on a PC.

Wrapping Up

This is are the ways to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to TV or Monitor, depending on the one you have or choose to connect to. If you have any other method you use and would like us to add it to the list, kindly let us know by dropping it in the comment section Down below.

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