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Old July 17th, 2012, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default AllShare, what do you use it for?

Guys, I can't quite figure out what is the hype of the AllShare? Can you help me with that, by stating how you use it and how it makes your life easier?

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Old July 17th, 2012, 02:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't use it at all. I'm with you. I think it's mostly marketing hype.
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Gives you 5gb extra to stream from. That is about it. I put some video files in there and can stream the video. Other than that, who cares.
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If I could get it to work I would use it. It allows you to stream video, music and photos to and from the phone to anything else in your house. Any TV, other phone, tablet or PCs. You can even use it to adjust your thermostat remotely if it is a Samsung thermostat. I have a call into tech support now to try to determine why it won't connect to my PC.
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I tested it vesus Bluetooth and found that it was about 9 times faster, so all video files go via Allshare.
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This post is about the built in allshare that lets you connect to other devices on the same network from picture,videos and music apps and not the all share online service that requires signing up

I have a tower pc and an htpc both with samsung allshare program installed and running on them and WD live tv with allshare built in on the bedroom tv. I can put on a slide show, play recorded or saved videos from the phone and I stream music to the htpc that is connected to my big stereo right from the phone with just a tap of a button. It lets me select which of the three devices I want to send it to from any of the three stock apps. pictures,videos and music.
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I've been playing with it, I can link my phone with my PC at home and with my PC at work. This means they are all linked when I sign in with my Samsung account and as long as they are on and connected to any WiFi or mobile data then I can move or sync files between them. It's really cool being at work and being able to stream music from my home computer

At first I thought everything had to be on the same Wifi for it to work, but you only need that the first time so you can register the device, then you can access it from anywhere. I then realised this could be potentially a security risk, but you can only access them when signed in with your Samsung account.
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I stream my photos from my phone to my samsung blu-ray so everyone can see them on the TV. Hopefully, Google Music will work as well for when I host a party.
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This post is about the built in allshare that lets you connect to other devices on the same network from picture,videos and music apps and not the all share online service that requires signing up

I have a tower pc and an htpc both with samsung allshare program installed and running on them and WD live tv with allshare built in on the bedroom tv. I can put on a slide show, play recorded or saved videos from the phone and I stream music to the htpc that is connected to my big stereo right from the phone with just a tap of a button. It lets me select which of the three devices I want to send it to from any of the three stock apps. pictures,videos and music.
How do you do that? I don't have any Samsung devices at home, but I do have laptop, which plays role of HTPC, connected to my Philips TV. I thought in order for me to see the videos and pictures I need to sync them up with the cloud storage. Is that not the case? How can I watch on my HTPC what I have on my phone without syncing either one with the cloud 5Gb storage?
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How do you do that? I don't have any Samsung devices at home, but I do have laptop, which plays role of HTPC, connected to my Philips TV. I thought in order for me to see the videos and pictures I need to sync them up with the cloud storage. Is that not the case? How can I watch on my HTPC what I have on my phone without syncing either one with the cloud 5Gb storage?
Download and install Samsung Allshare software. Allshare Download Page

The software has to be open and the phone has to be on the same network. In the Music Player you'll see in the top left corner a little tv icon with arrows pointing to the right and a number(the number depends on how many devices it sees. mine says 3 yours will probably say one) click on it and select a device you want to stream to. In Video Player app you have to select/play a video an then when you see the controls you'll see the same in the top left corner. In the Gallery app you have to select individual photo and have the menu on top and other photos on bottom showing. The icon is between gmail and play button closer to top right.
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Download and install Samsung Allshare software. Allshare Download Page

The software has to be open and the phone has to be on the same network. In the Music Player you'll see in the top left corner a little tv icon with arrows pointing to the right and a number(the number depends on how many devices it sees. mine says 3 yours will probably say one) click on it and select a device you want to stream to. In Video Player app you have to select/play a video an then when you see the controls you'll see the same in the top left corner. In the Gallery app you have to select individual photo and have the menu on top and other photos on bottom showing. The icon is between gmail and play button closer to top right.
Ok, i downloaded AllShare on my HTPC, went through the conection wizard, but computer did not find my phone. Both, phone and PC are on the same network and both have AllShare opened. What is wrong?
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I am a little confused with the AllShare implementation on my S3. On my Galaxy Note, it's an app that lets me push stuff to my other Samsung devices, like my Samsung TV or my Galaxy Tab, and vice versa. However, on my S3, the app is called AllShare Play and it goes online? Is this the same thing and does it accomplish the same? I didn't have to log in online with AllShare on my Galaxy Note (but then again, I guess that means I couldn't access stuff when not on my network)....
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Ok, i downloaded AllShare on my HTPC, went through the conection wizard, but computer did not find my phone. Both, phone and PC are on the same network and both have AllShare opened. What is wrong?
Have the allshare program open on pc and play a song on your phone then click on the tv icon on the top leaf corner of your phone's screen and select your device . It will start playing automatically. You don't have to do anything on the pc besides having the program open.
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Ok, i downloaded AllShare on my HTPC, went through the conection wizard, but computer did not find my phone. Both, phone and PC are on the same network and both have AllShare opened. What is wrong?
You don't have to open the allshare app on the phone. You select the htpc inside the music player, gallery, video player apps.
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Have the allshare program open on pc and play a song on your phone then click on the tv icon on the top leaf corner of your phone's screen and select your device . It will start playing automatically. You don't have to do anything on the pc besides having the program open.
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So allshare does NOT allow the streaming of games to the TV?
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So allshare does NOT allow the streaming of games to the TV?
Not that I know of. You'll need to mirror the screen with an MHL or the Samsung Allshare cast dongle. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Not that I know of. You'll need to mirror the screen with an MHL or the Samsung Allshare cast dongle. Correct me if I'm wrong.

Sorry, thats what I mean. I'm wondering if the allshare cast dongle does that.
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So how's this allshare stuff different or better than when I tap the TV icon in the video/picture/music app to send the media to the TV on my home network?
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So how's this allshare stuff different or better than when I tap the TV icon in the video/picture/music app to send the media to the TV on my home network?
From what I understand, what you're doing is the allshare stuff. Are you using a Samsung TV?
If not, how do you have your TV network set up?
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I use it to fill in by disabled apps list. Basically useless.
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Sorry, thats what I mean. I'm wondering if the allshare cast dongle does that.
At 1:11 he is mirroring Riptide GP to the tv so I quess it does work with games just as the MHL adapter.
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I've been trying to get this to work on my Samsung TV for a while now and I could not get it to work. I have the all share play app on my phone and allshare on my tv but it just says I need to download sugarsync?
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I've also played around with this and am a bit frustrated. I downloaded the AllShare program but as far as I can tell it's really not needed unless you want to stream to multiple devices on your network...no thanks. I have a Samsung SmartTV and if I want to stream to that, I SHOULD be able to do that by tapping the icon at the top of the stock video player, music player or gallery...when I do, it tries to throw whatever I'm looking at onto the TV, but I get "unsupported file format" on the TV...no idea why this happens! I can still use Skifta from the app store to share with the TV, but one of the reasons I got the Samsung phone was for compatibility with my Samsung TV...when I see an error message about file formats, I want to throw my phone through the TV! Any ideas (besides the throwing I mean)?
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I want to throw my phone through the TV! Any ideas (besides the throwing I mean)?
Anger management?

Seriously though, you are in a good position to contact Samsung for support, seeing as both products are Samsung, which will forestall the usual manufacturers' argument that the problem is with the 'other device' and not theirs, or that they're not compatible with third party hardware.

It could be an issue with settings on the TV and/or the phone...

If you don't get any joy on the forum, Samsung need to resolve your problem or start replacing hardware.
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From what I understand, what you're doing is the allshare stuff. Are you using a Samsung TV?
If not, how do you have your TV network set up?

Yup its a Samsung. No setup required. I've never so much as opened the allshare app...OK that's not true. I opened it once, saw it asking me to sign up, then closed it
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Isn't the S3 supposed to support DLNA? I have a Panasonic TCP50S30 plasma TV which supports DLNA and is connected to my home network via wired ethernet. On the Panasonic I can use it's DLNA browser to browse content on my PS3 and Computer. Shouldn't I be able to send videos and photos to the TV from my GS3? When I click that TV icon it only shows my WDTV Live Player and nothing else. What the heck?
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I've also played around with this and am a bit frustrated. I downloaded the AllShare program but as far as I can tell it's really not needed unless you want to stream to multiple devices on your network...no thanks. I have a Samsung SmartTV and if I want to stream to that, I SHOULD be able to do that by tapping the icon at the top of the stock video player, music player or gallery...when I do, it tries to throw whatever I'm looking at onto the TV, but I get "unsupported file format" on the TV...no idea why this happens! I can still use Skifta from the app store to share with the TV, but one of the reasons I got the Samsung phone was for compatibility with my Samsung TV...when I see an error message about file formats, I want to throw my phone through the TV! Any ideas (besides the throwing I mean)?
I just wanted to say thank you, I didn't even know you could do this and it worked seamlessly on my TV. I don't even have to mess with Allshare anymore. THANK YOU!
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Question Allshare.....rubbish!

I have a Samsung TV and a Galaxy Note. Allshare works - I can connect to the TV and stream movies, music and photos from the phone to the TV set.

BUT....the Allshare app doesn't seem to have any way of filtering what to show. My photos are stored in a proper file system structure - year/month/event but when I go via Allshare, it shows me every photo I have on my SD card...thousands.

Same with videos and same with music.

I don't want to scroll through all my photos for the few I want to show and I don't want some of (the more.....obscure downloaded) videos showing when I want to show family stuff.

Any workaround for JUST displaying stuff in one folder?
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I use All Share all the time I make videos of my kids and play them on the big screen TV and the kids think they are on TV
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I was using it from both my S3's until I discovered IT was the reason why my battery was draining in 4 hours. Had to turn it off and sign out of it. Haven't used it since.
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I have a Samsung TV and a Galaxy Note. Allshare works - I can connect to the TV and stream movies, music and photos from the phone to the TV set.

BUT....the Allshare app doesn't seem to have any way of filtering what to show. My photos are stored in a proper file system structure - year/month/event but when I go via Allshare, it shows me every photo I have on my SD card...thousands.

Same with videos and same with music.

I don't want to scroll through all my photos for the few I want to show and I don't want some of (the more.....obscure downloaded) videos showing when I want to show family stuff.

Any workaround for JUST displaying stuff in one folder?

Yup.... hate it... got AllSharePlay on my Galaxy 3s and Windows 7 PC to work together... great... now I have a zillion music files, not sorted in any way...not by album or artist or anything.... makes finding and playing music a pain... as well as now I have a zillion new pictures showing up because of all the album art... thanks lots Samsung!

My best guess is that AllSharePlay is best used for "transferring" files from one device to another... and then use some other 'player' to (hopefully) arrange them by artist and album.... but I have not tried that yet.... I may just go back to my original plan, which was to attach my G3s to my PC with the USB cord and put in a 32G microSD card in the G3s and then copy over my music files to the card... then most likely a standard player on the G3s will be able to find the music files and have then sorted by artist and album.... now how difficult would it have been for Samsung to do this in the first place with AllShare??? Again... not impressed with Samsung's rapid technology advance without some good thought and programming behind it... let alone the HORRIBLE Samsung support that is available today... it used to be such a wonderful company... sorry to see it spiral downward....
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I've used AllShare with my Smart TV and it does work...to a point. I'm having trouble beaming a movie on my S3 to the TV itself. It comes up with jumbled pixels and no actual picture or sound. Could this possibly be the file type of the movie that's the issue? It's a wmv file. But it will play my mav files just fine and looks amazing. Can anyone help with this..?
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Is there an ideal device to play music from my phone through my old school non wireless receiver?
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I used AllShare to send video to my new TV.
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i have my samsung galaxy note 2. allshare play update stopped at 85%. what do i do?
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Allshare doesn't install on Linux based machines, strange when you think about the roots of the Android OS. So no, I don't use it and didn't bother installing it when I updated my ROM. Plenty of other media sharing apps out there that are cross platform and work!!
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