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dano_61

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Hi I have a HTC tablet with a USB micro connection , I want to connect the tablet to my Toshiba TV , the TV has HDMI and RCA connections , is this possible
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I don't think it will work using a micro USB connector, does it have any other ports ?

What is the full model name of the tablet ?
 
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Check whether the cast option is available in Google Chrome. As for file transfer there are many apps which allow it through WiFi.
 
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Let us assume that your TV runs Android OS, in such a case you will be able to use the " Cast " option hidden under the 3 dots menu on the right-hand side of Google Chrome browser ( just below " Print " ). For this, you will need both TV and tablet under the same WiFi connection and the TV should support Chromecast built-in.
 
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No problem. You can buy a Chromecast device under $ 50. I hope your tablet is Android and supports casting.
 

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Thanks plodr great to know, i will look into this, i will make this solved
 

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Good luck. I was able to use my chromecast device with my first tablet, an Asus running Kitkat. Sadly the tablet is stuck in fast boot mode and I haven't been able to fix it.
 
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