DLNA for N7

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According the the spec of N7, it says: "Media streaming DLNA", what dose that mean?
Could i streaming Images/musics/videos from N7 to any DLNA devices directly ?

Please enlighten me, Thank you !!

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According the the spec of N7, it says: "Media streaming DLNA", what dose that mean?
Could i streaming Images/musics/videos from N7 to any DLNA devices directly ?
Please enlighten me, Thank you !!

It means that applications and servers will 'see' your N7 as a media client or server, depending on the software and hardware involved.

For example, if you set up a media server like Plex Server (a variant of XBMC) on your desktop, you could also get a Plex Client to run on your N7.

You can also use an app like iMediaShare to play streams from your N7 to DLNA (PUnP) compatible devices on your network like a BlueRay Player, Roku or KDLinks box. iMediaShare will see the compatible devices and let you select them as the destination for the stream you play on the N7.

However, since the N7 does NOT have the ability to plug a HDMI cable to a TV/ etc., you will be using the WiFi or other network connection to route the stream...and that is about as "direct" as you will get.

Plex - > Plex - A Complete Media Solution
https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...app.android&feature=nav_result&token=PAPXC3Vp..

iMediaShare -> https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...SwxLDEsImNvbS5iaWFub3IuYW1zIl0&token=oXJjyPfV.

More media streamers BubbleUPnP, Servio, TVersity, WMP (windows media player), VLC, MediaMonkey, etc.
 

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