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I bought an RCA phono cable 3.5mm. Connected it to my phone and to my tv but I only hear the audio that I play. I wanna watch the movies of my phone on the tv. Any help?

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According to the specs I was looking at, the Galaxy Spica only supports audio out, not video.

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If you're rooted, it may be possible to VNC to it or use the phone as USB disk to play a video file in the SD card; but there is no video out capability in Spica. – Lie Ryan Feb 17 '12 at 13:05
Ryan: the OP is looking to hook up to a TV and I doubt it can read from a USB disc. Also, the frame rate for VNC is pretty low - I'm pretty sure it wouldn't support video playback very well. – Logos Feb 17 '12 at 16:39
there are TVs that can play video files directly from a plugged USB storage, the OP might have one; but he would have to check the manual or try it out. I agree regarding VNC. – Lie Ryan Feb 17 '12 at 18:16

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