Decent product and excellent price by a professional vendor.
Works well with SIII, It takes a couple of seconds to recognize by my Samsung LED TV but works flawlessly. Doesnt have enough juice to charge rapidly as connected to the charger only but would work just fine and will not drain battery. (Posted on May 16, 2013)
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely
I can watch Netfix and recorded videos on my phone, but not AT&T U-verse (it's locked purposely so AT&T can make more money. Things you should If you want to play video...
1) You need a powerful phone, 1Ghz duel core recommended.
2) With some phones/battery/charger combinations you can eat through your battery even if its plugged in. (Rendering for two screens plus running Apps with Internet)
3) If your like me and are in-between apartments and don't have internet, you might get carried away and run up over 60 GB of data in one month. (Posted on April 28, 2012)
I didn't really like it (Posted on April 11, 2012)
Sometimes, if it seems too good to be true, it really is true. In this case, it really is true! (Posted on April 9, 2012)
USed this for watching my movies that i had on my phone, it was pretty good. I'd buy it again if need be. (Posted on April 4, 2012)
I connected this up to a charger, AT&T Galaxy S 2, and HDMI input on a 1080i TV.
Netflix was very clear but not near the definition of DirecTV. The still pictures looked very good when displayed on the 46-inch screen. CON---When I tried to watch video that was recorded on my phone, a message displayed on the TV screen infoming me that HDMI was only available for playback on the phone's screen; upon playing the video to the TV, the image was not stable (jumping or not syncing or whatever). Never-the-less, you can't watch your recorded videos on your hi-def TV.
I don't know if the problem is the phone or the adapter (or both)? (Posted on February 7, 2012)