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What is a DLNA compatible device?
Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020
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Similarly one may ask, what does DLNA device mean?
DLNA stands for Digital Living NetworkAlliance,the trade group founded by Sony in 2003 to definetheinteroperability guidelines that make thiscommunicationpossible.
Also, what is DLNA and how does it work? DLNA-compliant devices can stream localvideo,audio, and picture files to each other over your network.It's away for your TV to stream videos from your media server andyoursmartphone to act as a remote that can play a file from onedeviceon another device.
Furthermore, how do I use DLNA?
To use DLNA on your TV, you need to connectboth,your TV and your smartphone or tablet to the same network. Youcando this on both devices by going into their Network settingsandsearching for your wireless network. Select your homewirelessnetwork from this list and enter your WiFinetworkpassword.
How do I enable DLNA on my Android?
To turn the DLNA feature on and allowsharingcontents
- From the Home screen, tap the Apps Key > Settings >Share& connect > Menu Key > Use DLNA feature.
- Tap the Menu Key > Settings. Tap Contents share to allowyourdevice to be detected by other devices.