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Samsung Smart TV wireless connection with Laptop

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi all,

I need help for my samsung smart tv.I have Samsung smart LED UA55D6400UR. I want to connect my laptop with my Samsung LED TV wirelessly and want to show the power point presentations from my laptop to the LED.

Please if anyone can help me in this matter.

Your quick reply will highly be appreciated.Thanks
post #2 of 10
Uh... am not totally up to date on the latest "smart" features *BUT* if this TV is like many of the Internet capable sets... the network capability of TVs are mainly to PULL, u can't PUSH to them, meaning you can initiate an activity on the TV and have it go out grab things, but u cannot, again PUSH or send stuff to it. Would be nice though, but good luck.
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi Bobb,thanks for replying.Since DLNA or Allshare feature is available in this LED, my question is can i use this feature to connect the LED with my laptop wirelessly or do i need any additional device or software for this purpose?
post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by Xpertz IT View Post

Hi Bobb,thanks for replying.Since DLNA or Allshare feature is available in this LED, my question is can i use this feature to connect the LED with my laptop wirelessly or do i need any additional device or software for this purpose?

DLNA will play standard --already formed-- video and audio files from your laptop yes.

Hate to go back to your post#1 - U will have to make powerpoint output its whole presentation to a video file then DLNA will play it. It won't be interactive.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks,I have to convert power point presentation into any recognized video format and then DLNA will display this video from my laptop to LED - wirelessly ? Is my understanding correct as per your previous post?

Kind Regards
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by Xpertz IT View Post

Thanks,I have to convert power point presentation into any recognized video format and then DLNA will display this video from my laptop to LED - wirelessly ? Is my understanding correct as per your previous post?

Kind Regards

Yes that is what you must do.

If giving presentations all the time it would be easier to get some HDMI wireless PC desktop sender so it mirrors the desktop on the TV.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi Alx330,Thanks for your contribution.I think your suggested product will fulfill the purpose.However,i am unable to find this product in my country (Dubai,UAE).
But anyway,will surely want to give it a try if other solutions didn't work.
Any suggestions about Mezzmo? if anyone tried this software and had a success please share & advice.

Thanks
post #8 of 10
The last time I checked if Dubai doesn't have it, they will have it flown in! They are not on the U.S. embargo list I don't think.
post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
Yes Bobb,Dubai is not on the US embargo list.We have number of Americans and Europeans settled here and enjoying their life.
I bought my phone from Ebay and they shipped it to my country without any problem.There was a small delay in receiving but rest of things went fine.
Anyway,i can order this product in case none of the other solution worked out.

Any suggestions are welcomed.
post #10 of 10
Try this:
http://alenblog.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/stream-computer-desktop-to-tv-using-dlna-tversity-and-vlc/

I am in the same shoes, just can not accept that in 2013 it is not a standard functionality if everything is available for it technically.
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