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Internet TV connection without a router.


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I do not think the TV is capable of receiving Network way USB, The only thing she knows how to do is read files from there.

 

Which TV Is that right?

I do not have a present . I would like to buy Suitable and connect it to the Internet over the phone. Is it possible to connect a modem to a TV or And connect the phone to the modem or router?

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What you can do (not the most recommended, but it's a solution) is to pick up a "hotspot" (HOTSPOT) which is basically a connection As a router gives, but on the phone, then the TV will connect to it (you will need to set it up in the wireless internet settings on the TV), and use the internet from your SIM.

Pros: You can actually use cellular internet without the need for a router (though 4G will do the job much better)

Disadvantages: Your device must be in the vicinity, and this will drain the battery quickly and also cause it to heat up noticeably (even if you connect it to the charger)

 

In conclusion, this is possible from the phone, but it is better to already buy a small cellular router designed for this, in which to put a SIM with a surfing package. Similar to what you can rent at the airport to get In a foreign country.

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In conclusion, this is possible from the phone, but it is better to already buy a small cellular router designed for this, in which to put a SIM with a surfing package. Similar to what you can rent at the airport to get אינטרנט In a foreign country.

So can I connect a SIM card to a TV? I was told in an earlier answer (above) that it is impossible.

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What you have been told is that it is impossible to connect Sim for TV through USB. What he offered was to buy a cellular router and connect the TV to it via WIFI. It's really possible but it's another more expensive device and not a stick .

 

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Thanks. I realized that it is not possible to connect a SIM to the TV through the entrance of the Of the television.

I saw there are TVs with RJ-45 input. Is it possible to connect a device that has a SIM card (for example a telephone) to the TV via the RJ-45 input via cables as shown in the attached photos?

 

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Thanks. I realized that it is not possible to connect a SIM to the TV through the entrance of the USB Of the television.

I saw there are TVs with RJ-45 input. Is it possible to connect a device that has a SIM card (for example a telephone) to the TV via the RJ-45 input via cables as shown in the attached photos?

 

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It will not necessarily work, and anyway as I said, a better option is to use the internet Then you can share a cellular data packet from a phone or 4G router

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