How to connect laptop to dlna?

By On Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 Categories : laptop, Question & Answer

How to connect laptop to dlna?. Do You mam & sir has this kind of problem?, If yes then please get the good soution below this line:

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DLNA won`t give you Internet access, but a server like KooRaRoo will let you stream online radio stations to your DLNA devices. Of course it will also stream your videos, music and photos. Give it a try – you can grab a copy at http://www.kooraroo.com.

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Yes, you can connect your TV to your laptop via DLNA. To do that, you`ll need to install a DLNA server (such as KooRaRoo – ) on your laptop and once it`s installed, the TV will pick it up and you`ll be able to stream your files to the TV.

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You can easily use your laptop as a DLNA server by installing KooRaRoo Media DLNA software on it (download a copy from ). It works well with Samsung TVs and all other DLNA devices and has a plethora of features.

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You can install servers that will publish content in your network,
you can also hook it up with DLNA apps like ArkMC (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.arkudadigital.arkmc.gm) which will grab content from folders you shared on your PC.

Kolol

You need to use DLNA app (for android I recommend ArkMC – ), easy and you can share content with other mobile devices.

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It`s easy to connect any laptop to a DLNA device (such as a TV). All you need to do is install KooRaRoo Media DLNA server on the laptop and that will allow you to stream files from the laptop or your NAS drives to your TV.

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Just install a DLNA server on the laptop – try KooRaRoo Media (http://www.kooraroo.com). On the mobile, install a player such as MX Video player (if Android) and it`ll all just work :)

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You have to download and install your pc suite for sony xperia, it is also available upon payment if you had bought your new phone, by then you have granted an access to access media file over wifi.

kbandeleon

It`s not a direct function of DLNA, but there is at least DLNA server that will have that implemented shortly – it`s KooRaRoo (http://www.kooraroo.com).

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It`s not a direct function of DLNA, but at least one DLNA server will have that functionality soon – it`s KooRaRoo Media and the site is .

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