You can watch ‘Legacy Theater,’ ‘Star-Wars: The Force Awakens,’ and more of the Disney-Marvel-Lucasfilm animated classics through your Samsung mobile device in an upcoming “Star Wars” movie.
In order to do so, you’ll need to download and install the Samsung Galaxy app on your phone, which is now available for download on Samsung devices.
While there are other options available on the app, “Star-Spangled Banner” is probably the easiest to use, since it’s the only movie available for watching on a smartphone in the “Star” canon.
You can also watch Star Wars: Generations on a Samsung Galaxy Note5 smartphone via the Samsung app.
That device comes with an extra “Star Trek” app installed, so you’ll be able to watch “StarWars: Generations” from the Note5.
You’ll need a smartphone running Android 5.0.1 Lollipop or higher, and the Samsung-made “Star Spangled Banner Music Pack” to watch the movies on the phone.
If you don’t have either, you can watch the movie through the Google Play Music app.
If you already have a smartphone that supports the Samsung “Star Pass” program, the Samsung Gear S4 or Gear S5 can also stream the movies to the device.
However, the “Legacy” movies are available only on the Samsung device, not through the Gear S devices.
That means that you can’t stream “Legacies” to a Gear S6 smartphone, and you can only watch the “The Last Jedi” movie from a Gear 6 smartphone.
To stream the films to your Gear S device, you must also subscribe to the Samsung’s “Starpass” service.
As for whether the movies will be available on any other Samsung device in the Galaxy lineup, Samsung has yet to confirm that.
For now, it seems like the only way to watch them is to subscribe to Samsung’s premium service.
If your smartphone has an option to watch all the films in the canon, you won’t need to subscribe.
If your smartphone does not support “StarPass” for any reason, you should be able access the movies without any issue.