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The Virtual Tablet app is free on the Google Play Store. It works with some flaws but overall good. See the developers site for more information
Try changing the channel that the wireless is hosted on. I've had this recently with two different devices (one android) where my wireless did not appear in list of available SSID's. In both cases it was in the 5 GHz spectrum and moving my N to a different channel fixed the problem. Apparently certain driver don't implement the full spectrum properly.
I think you should contact your home wifi broadband for assistance.If you already did this,I think the problem is in your own tablet
Which model? Try checking from the Setting Menu > About Device (or your Tablet) > System Updates. You will be prompted if there is a firmware update. Hoped it helps.
You can use a Samsung Galaxy Beam as a projector if you have got such device. There must be second hand editions of it somewhere on the Internet if you don't want to pay a lot for a brand new one.
Make sure that the phone that you get has a micro-HDMI port, in addition to the traditional USB port. This will allow you to transfer video more easily. As you noticed, there are two types of converters- the tiny ones, and the large bulky ones with a power supply. The difference is, as stated on the link you sent, that: Unlike passive adapters Ligawo ...
It is not currently possible for non Nexus devices. For this you will have to wait until Samsung release a version of Android KitKat for your device or until a developer release a ROM based on Android 4.4 for your tablet (CyanogenMod for example).
Here's a couple of answers to start with: Email Hangouts (or any other IM app), which usually require the other person to be logged in. Glympse - Send a check-in glympse to their mobile number with a message. They'll get it as a text. using some SMS gateway either via Web (browser) or a specific SMS app supporting this using a messenger app like Tango, ...
After leaving it in the loop for days using 4 different wall adapters and a USB port, I found the wall-to-USB adapter that originally came with my device. I plugged my tablet in with that and it booted normally and started working; I don't know why that fixed it, but it did.
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