AllShare Cast Dongle


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AllShare Cast Dongle


  • Stream pictures, videos, music, games and more wirelessly from your AllShare Cast enabled device to your HDTV or HDMI display.
  • The Samsung All-Share Cast Dongle is perfect for cable free sharing of content, directly from your handset or tablet.
  • Simply plug the AllShare Cast Dongle into the HDMI port of your HDTV or HDMI-compatible display and wirelessly share your mobile phone screen, on a large display.
  • Compatible with the Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy Note 10.1”, Galaxy Note 8”, Galaxy Tab 3 8”, Galaxy Tab 3 10.1”

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Owners Overall Ratings

2 out of 5 (40%) customers recommend this product

  • Features2.6/5.0
  • Performance2.4/5.0
  • Design3.4/5.0
  • Value2.4/5.0

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  • Features5/5.0
  • Performance5/5.0
  • Design5/5.0
  • Value5/5.0

Very Handy!

My friend recommended Dongle as she said that it was very easy to use and very handy to have. I bought one a few days later and thought would have problems with it but tried it with my Samsung Note 10.

1 (via AllShare Cast) and it worked without any problems. I also then tried it with my Samsung S4 (via Mirroring) and it also worked with no problem! I use it almost everyday now. A must have!

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  • Features5/5.0
  • Performance4/5.0
  • Design5/5.0
  • Value4/5.0

Works perfect for Galaxy S5

Ive read a lot of bad reviews for this product, but I decided to try it anyway. I had a touch of trouble getting it to connect at first, but then I read you had to turn the tiny light blue before you try to connect your phone to it.

I pushed the reset button twice, it turned blue, I touched the dongle on my phones menu and in 3 seconds it was connected. Ive noticed that depending on different codecs and decoding types you can have stuttering video or smooth video, with both low and high resolution. The built-in player works very well as it doesnt use any extra resources playing on its own screen..rather it only plays on the tv. I have no complaints so far.

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  • Features1/5.0
  • Performance1/5.0
  • Design5/5.0
  • Value1/5.0

compete waste of money

mirroring doesnt work even with their mirroring patch and I am using a samsung note 2 samsung smart tv and samsung allshare cast dongle.



  • Features1/5.0
  • Performance1/5.0
  • Design1/5.0
  • Value1/5.0

Doesnt want to connect

I have a new Note 3. and this thing wont connect.. whats the point of it?