Do you own a Samsung smartphone? It doesn’t matter whether the smartphone is broken or still in good condition. You can turn your Samsung phone into a computer. Recently, we discovered a fantastic trick for Samsung smartphones. You can use your Samsung smartphone to turn into a computer with a few steps.
In this article, we will be telling you how you can turn your Samsung phone into a computer. We have made a guide on how to turn a Samsung phone into a computer. So, without any further ado, let get started.
Requirements To Turn A Samsung Phone Into A Computer
To turn your Samsung smartphone into a computer, you have to meet some requirements. The requirements are limited. Have a look at them below.
A working Samsung smartphone
USB-C to HDMI
Samsung USB power adapter
USB-C to USB-A Cable
Keyboard and Mouse (Wired or Wireless, both will work)
USB To HDMI Adaptor
These are a few requirements to turn your Samsung phone into a computer. Now, let’s have a look at how to turn your Samsung phone into a computer.
How to Turn A Samsung Phone Into A Computer?
Follow the given instruction to turn a smartphone into a computer.
Step 1. Connect your smartphone to USB to HDMI adaptor with USB-C to HDMI cable.
Step 2. Now, connect the display with the smartphone with the help of the USB to HDMI adaptor.
Step 4. Now, connect USB-C to USB-A cable with the monitor to USB to the HDMI adaptor.
Step 5. After connecting, you will see an option called Use your phone to unlock.
Step 6. Click on Use your phone to unlock, and enter the PIN or Password.
Voila, now you will see your smartphone screen on display. However, it might be possible that your screen will be displayed in a horizontal view. Open your smartphone’s notification panel, and click on Samsung DeX Is Available.
Now, you can turn your Samsung phone into a computer.
In this article, we have made a step-by-step guide on how to turn your Samsung phone into a computer. We hope you understood it well. If you face any issues, then do let us know in the comment section. We hope you liked the article.
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