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AirPlay Samsung TV not working? This can be a network connection problem, a device innate failure, or a protocol campatible issue. Remember, it is only AirPlay 2 protocol that is introduced to Samsung TV, not AirPlay 1. Below, you will find out some solutions to this AirPlay Samsung TV not working issue.
This free DLNA streamer - 5KPlayer, is a great alternative to AirPlay 2 for Samsung TV to let you stream audio and video to different devices simultaneously! Far better than AirPlay 2, this DLNA player is not limited to multi-audio streaming from iOS 11.4, but also multi-video streaming. It is worthy to have this free AirPlay 2 for Samsung TV alternative!
5KPlayer is your best AriPlay 2 Samsung TV streaming alternative to turn PC into a media server, a DLNA controller, and a DLNA renderer/player. It lets your multiple DLAN devices access the central media server to play back different audio songs and movies from separate rooms. It is also by far the most user friendly DLNA streamer to support video audio playlist streaming and playback in loop. Stable, multi-device seamless streaming make 5KPlayer a great equivalent to AirPlay 2 for Samgsung TV.
Learn how to stream videos, movies, music from iPad iPhone to Mac with the superb streaming player 5KPlayer.How to Enable iPad AirPlay?
Here a guide on how to airplay iPad 2, iPad Air, iPad mini etc to computer with an excellent iPad AirPlay receiver is shared.How to Stream Films on iPad to Mac/PC
Here a hassle-free way to stream movies on iPad to both Mac OS and PC with an all-in-one AirPlay server is shared.
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