Chromecast is not Miracast compatible. Wireless Dex only works on Miracast compatible devices.DeX wouldn't connect to my Chromecast on the TV. Besides the Chromecast connection isn't the problem at all, with DeX only ... .
If you guys play around with this new interesting feature, would be cool, if you could share your experiences here with us.
You need to access this page from a computer, or put your tab browser in desktop mode to see the download links. They also have the Dex computer app for Mac's too.Yes, I`ve win 10, so I'll definitely check that out! Is the application you are talking about from Samsung and available in galaxy store?
You need to access this page from a computer, or put your tab browser in desktop mode to see the download links. They also have the Dex computer app for Mac's too.
Here are the download links;
Wireless Dex is fine for slinging to an HDTV, but I sure hope the computer Dex app works since it would be way better than Microsoft's Phone app experience which doesn't support apps from the Tab S6.
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I guess they lied everyone wants that feature and only the s7 has it. Even though it's in the changelog. Same thing with the s 10 lite it said it had object eraser in the camera in change log and it doesn't. Lol unreal samsung sucks. You have to buy the best and latest model every year to get the updates. Next year they do it again android oneui 4.0 will be on the next tablet and they will give it all the updates than when the s7 gets updated they will leave out all the cool features.How does one use the tablet as a pc screen? It's in the changelog
I flashed with Odin normally, booted up to install Magisk Manager, patched the AP file in Magisk and flashed the magisk tar file on Odin(AP), did a factory reset afterwards and all worked out well.
I don't think TWRP works with One UI 3.1, though I haven't tried.
read this,Do you mean the official update to android 11?
I don't believe it will come before next spring ... . Do you have any other official info??
Clearly you did not think before posting this reply. Using a local sim in the local country on a LTE device will have zero consequences on charges no matter the CSC. The device supports most of the LTE frequencies and WiFi is either 2.4 or 5.8 GHz as those do not change around the world. Maybe just channel numbers within the band but the band stays the same. The only country's that might be a problem is Korea and USA. Maybe read the specks of the device before making your statements. The only things I might lose is VoLTE witch most of us do not use any way and that has to be supported by your SIM card. I changed CSC to DBT and can say that I have zero problems with my device. It work exactly as it did with the XFA firmware. The only differnce is I get faster updates. And as I do not wait for OTA updates I always keep my devices updated by flashing the new firmware with HOME_CSC. You cannot say it would not work or will have consequences as I can and will say I have done it without any issues. Let the user decide what he wants to do with his device and who are you to tell him or her differently? Even secure apps like banking and pay tv apps works 100% without any issues...... Have a awesome day....
Does anyone have a changelog for the latest update that came out a couple of days ago?
Just flashed it via Odin.