Since ScreenBeam connects directly with your Intel WiDi or Miracast-enabled device, no wireless network is needed. However, your device needs to be connected to WiFi network with internet access in order to view online content.
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- December 2021 - Security Alert - Log4j / CVE-2021-44228
- Is the ScreenBeam Configuration Utility available for download from anywhere other than the Microsoft or Google Play stores?
- Why do I get the "Error; Refused to Connect" when trying to sign in to my support account?
- Can I connect several Intel WiDi or Miracast devices to the ScreenBeam receiver simultaneously?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Intel WiDi laptop?
- Can I connect to a Wi-Fi network and ScreenBeam simultaneously with my Miracast device?
- Can I connect to multiple ScreenBeam display adapters simultaneously?
- Can I downgrade the firmware currently installed on my ScreenBeam device?
- Can I stream to multiple HDTV's using an HDMI splitter with my ScreenBeam receiver?
- Do I need an existing wireless network in order to use ScreenBeam?
I have a samsung galaxy j3 star android phone, so this should work, right?
Due to the number of different devices made by the many different manufactures you would have to contact Samsung and ask them if this device supports Miracast.
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