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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Share Document or File Using Group Cast

In order to make you be able to share the document or file with another Samsung Android device with All Share Play capability, first you need to connect your Samsung Galaxy SIII to the Wi-Fi network.

See also: How to Connect to Wi-Fi Network on Samsung Galaxy S3

Another thing you should have before using All Share Play is a Samsung account. If you do not already have the account, you can create the new one first.

See also: How to Create New Samsung Account on Samsung Galaxy S3

Once you have connected with Wi-Fi network and already have a Samsung account, now you can start using All Share Play and enjoy to share document or file with others.


How to share document or file using Group Cast?
One of the feature inside All Share Play is a Group Cast. This features will allow you to share Powerpoints, PDF, document and image with anyone whose connected in the same Wifi network with All Share enabled device. Well, kindly follow the steps listed below to do so:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap AllShare Play.
  3. If this your first time, you'll be prompted to read user agreement and follow the instructions to continue.
  4. Sign in using your Samsung account. Now your registered device will be listed.
  5. Tap the icon of your device, your files stored on the device will be displayed.
  6. Select the item you wish to share.
  7. Tap the Menu key, then on pop up menu select Share.
  8. On the next pop up menu select Group Cast.
  9. Tap OK button in the Notification windows.
  10. Enter a PIN that will used by others to join the Group Cast, then tap Done button.
  11. Finish. Now you're ready to begin the Group Cast and ask others to join.

By knowing how to use Group Cast, now you can share document or any files in real time with other Samsung Android device which is connected in the same Wi-Fi network and have All Share enabled device.

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