Hey all, My parents 50th Anniversary is coming up on the 27th (so, the 26ths the deadline) and we're planning something special... tv, soundbar, and a few other things. The TV is a Samsung UN55NU6900. Unfortunetly.... they aren't to great on learning new things. I need to make a few tutorials. SO, I know screening casting/mirroring is a thing, but the Note9 Smart Things app also has a "Device to phone feature" When I click this, it doesn't find my TV (Samsung UN75NU6900) windows 10 has an option that says "Projecting to this PC", but I can't even find a "Find device" option or anything. Any searches I come up with, no matter how emphatic I am about "TV TO PC", everything is "PC to TV". Aside from a capture card (which I doubt would word anyway since the TVs don't have an HDMI out), is there any way to do this. I really need to help send a tutorial to them on a level I know they'll understand, dispite how straight forward these things are. If I shoot a bunch of links for navigation, personalizing (removing/adding apps and organizing apps), and adding videos to playlists/whatchlists (Hulu and Disney+), they just plain won't watch them. My last option I can thing up is recording it vid phone camera... which would kind suck imo.
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Im thinking of getting the UN75NU7100FXZA (TV 75" NU7100) from Best Buy. I measured both in-the-box and outside-the-box dimensions. I planned on using our Tahoe to transport it home (In-Box). But the rep at best buy said that the tv/box MUST be upright and cannot be leaned at an angle what so ever. I wondered if anyone could confirm the validity of this statement. The concern he brought up was that because they are so thin, any bump in the road could dent the screen or back panel. What If I were to bring pillows and blankets for padding (the tahoe is inclosed). It'd only be at a slight angle. The trip is 3 miles (only 12mins). I could put my caution signals on and even take back roads. This is supposed to be a suprise. So even if Best Buy provides free shipping, it'd be too obvious and the timeframe will more than likely be off.
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