Samsung Galaxy S4 Group Play feature - Samsung Update

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Now this is a way to make all your friends buy a new Galaxy S4. Samsung introduced yet another cool feature that allows you to interact with your friends and have fun. I’m talking about the Group Play feature.

With the use of Group Play, you can get more Galaxy S4 connected together through a wireless network and share music, games documents etc. You can use more phones connected together to enhance the sound quality and volume by playing music in all devices at the same time.

How Group Play works?

You can either create a Group Play session or connect to one. If you want to make a new Group Play session, you have to connect all the devices to the same WiFi network. Then you have to touch the file that you want to share and click Share via from the menu. Choose Group Play from the list. Then you will need to create a PIN. All users that want to join the group must  enter the pin.

Tudor Graur

Full time Androider, Blogger and Entrepreneur. I like Samsung, but I'm also a dedicated Nexus fan. Keep an eye on my posts to learn everything about the latest firmware, ROMs and apps.

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