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  1. sandman132's Avatar
    HTC adapter works amazing go pick one up at Sprint. Videos play flawlessly and so does HD YouTube videos.

    Sent from my EVO using Android Central Forums
    06-15-2012 10:59 PM
  2. imtravis's Avatar
    HTC adapter works amazing go pick one up at Sprint. Videos play flawlessly and so does HD YouTube videos.

    Sent from my EVO using Android Central Forums
    I had a lot of stuttering on my videos.. Used this method,a nd much better.. Returned the MediaLink..
    06-16-2012 12:51 AM
  3. duckdive117's Avatar
    Have you guys tried video over wifi dlna?
    photos work great video doesn't...

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2

    My TV lists a bunch of video formats it supports, it could be an issue with the TV just not supporting the video???
    06-16-2012 10:14 AM
  4. alexwick's Avatar
    Maybe.... The TV see them, and but doesn't seem to be able to play them.... It's a Panasonic.... Pretty new one too...

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
    06-16-2012 10:53 AM
  5. Mercury81's Avatar
    Maybe.... The TV see them, and but doesn't seem to be able to play them.... It's a Panasonic.... Pretty new one too...

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2
    In settings you have to enable NFC for them to work. At least I had to check it for them to transfer onto my Mitsubishi 73"

    from Evo4GLTE on Android Central
    06-16-2012 01:27 PM
  6. IAmSixNine's Avatar
    I don't understand. Can I use my PS3 to view videos/photos from my One X on my Samsung LCD?

    Sent from my International HTC One X.
    Yes you can.
    In your Apps section there is an app called Media Share.
    This is all assuming you have your PS3 and your One X / EVO LTE connected to the same WiFi network at home.
    Once they are all connected, go to your PS3 and .... crap. drawing a blank how i set mine up. Im at work and my PS3 is at home..

    If no body chimes in by the time i get home ill finish this up.
    But to start off, the PS3 and PHone have to be on the same wifi / home network. (the PS3 can be plugged into the router via cat 5 cable OR on Wifi to work) just as long as its the same network.

    THen use the Media Share app and it should find the PS3 as a media sharing device.
    From there you use the PS3 to brows the available content on your phone
    Kamin and kkapoorr like this.
    06-16-2012 01:48 PM
  7. AZSALUKI's Avatar
    It doesn't use NFC it uses DLNA which has been around for years (I'm not aware of any TVs currently on the market that have NFC built in). It's the same technology that allows you to share pictures and videos between say your PC and your PS3 or your PC and your set-top box.

    Yeah.....that's what I meant. And yes, its been around for a while. My tbolt is capable of it and its over a year old.....but as someone else mentioned, they don't really advertise it because they couldn't sell you all of the accessories (USB to HDMI cords, docks, etc, etc). Plus, a lot of fairly current TV's still don't have the ability. The newer, internet ready ones do......but that's about it. I think most PC's do though (for at least the past 2 years or so).

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    06-16-2012 10:44 PM
  8. AZSALUKI's Avatar
    Yes you can.
    In your Apps section there is an app called Media Share.
    This is all assuming you have your PS3 and your One X / EVO LTE connected to the same WiFi network at home.
    Once they are all connected, go to your PS3 and .... crap. drawing a blank how i set mine up. Im at work and my PS3 is at home..

    If no body chimes in by the time i get home ill finish this up.
    But to start off, the PS3 and PHone have to be on the same wifi / home network. (the PS3 can be plugged into the router via cat 5 cable OR on Wifi to work) just as long as its the same network.

    THen use the Media Share app and it should find the PS3 as a media sharing device.
    From there you use the PS3 to brows the available content on your phone
    And I believe sometimes (with certain devices) you may have to all ow some permissions to set it all up. I know my phone will find my pc, but I haven't played around to figure out how to actually read content from my pc on my phone. I get some error and I think its because I have to tell my of to allow my phone to do this somewhere.

    sent from my bolt using tapatalk
    06-16-2012 10:47 PM
  9. teamzippy's Avatar
    I have a dlna equipped lg blue ray player, and fired up the media share on my evo, set my video folder as a shared folder, and streamed a downloaded movie to the TV through the bd player, perfectly smooth, it like magic.

    Sent from my EVO using Android Central Forums
    06-17-2012 12:12 AM
  10. kkapoorr's Avatar
    Yes you can.
    In your Apps section there is an app called Media Share.
    This is all assuming you have your PS3 and your One X / EVO LTE connected to the same WiFi network at home.
    Once they are all connected, go to your PS3 and .... crap. drawing a blank how i set mine up. Im at work and my PS3 is at home..

    If no body chimes in by the time i get home ill finish this up.
    But to start off, the PS3 and PHone have to be on the same wifi / home network. (the PS3 can be plugged into the router via cat 5 cable OR on Wifi to work) just as long as its the same network.

    THen use the Media Share app and it should find the PS3 as a media sharing device.
    From there you use the PS3 to brows the available content on your phone
    My problem: No media share app.
    See:
    Attachment 27972

    Sent from my International HTC One X.
    06-17-2012 01:25 AM
  11. Olek's Avatar
    I use ArkMC for DLNA, finds Xbox very fast.
    Tried streaming from PC - smoothly!
    11-13-2012 10:13 AM
  12. Advait Thakur's Avatar
    Which router you have ? Please tell the model number and brand
    07-07-2014 02:45 AM
  13. melinda fontanez's Avatar
    TV reads the phone as a USB?

    Sent from my International HTC One X.
    It's unable to support USB device and I have a galaxy note3
    03-20-2015 09:27 PM
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