Micro USB MHL to HDMI HDTV Smart Adapter Cable for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket
Price: $20.95
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Samsung Micro USB MHL to HDMI HDTV Smart Adapter Cable Compatible with AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket (S II / S2 / S-2) Cell Phones. The Samsung Galaxy Note is the one of the most powerful smartphones available, capable of recording and playing back video in full 1080p HD. With the MHL adaptor, you can playback your videos on your HD-ready TV using a standard HDMI cable. You'll be amazed at what your phone can do with the Samsung Galaxy or Note and MHL adaptor.
This adaptor features a standard micro USB input so you can plug in your charger and keep your Samsung Galaxy Note fully powered while playing back HD movies or flicking through your photo albums.

To connect your device, follow these steps :

1 Connect one end of a universal HDMI cable into the MHL Adapter (1) and then connect the other end to the HDMI port on your TV (2).
Note: The Universal HDMI cable is not included with your device.

2 Connect your Travel Charger to the MHL Adapter (3).
Warning!: Make sure that you use the Travel Charger that was included with your phone. If you use an unapproved travel charger, there is a possibility that the MHL adaptor might not function properly.

3 Connect your Travel Charger to an approved power source (4).

4 Connect the MHL Adapter connector into the Power/Accessory Interface port on your device (5). This is the same port that you normally use to connect your Travel Charger.
5 Restart you Cellphone.

Note: Do not connect the MHL Adapter to your device through the Desktop dock. The Video and Audio output will not work correctly.
  • Samsung original branded product, Micro-USB shaped MHL jack. for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 2 Skyrocket
  • Automatically switches the phone into USB data / charging or MHL audio / video modes.
  • Converts Samsung Galaxy Note's Micro USB Port to a Standard HDMI output for playing back HD Videos on a compatible TV.
  • Micro USB input lets your charge your device while in use.