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Stream movies from Phone to Samsung TV wireless? (How to)

1st July 2012, 09:47 AM |#1  
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Hi guys, just bought a Samsung smart TV and I wanted to know if and how could I stream movies from my phone to the TV Wireless.

I'm currently running Cm9. If there is an app required can someone upload it please.. thanks


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1st July 2012, 09:50 AM |#2  
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You need all share to stream stuff on your smart tv. I don't know if all share works with CM9 though. All share is included in the stock Rom, so maybe if you ask somebody he/she will extract it for you do you can try it on CM9
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Video it works on stock
Dont know about CM9, but with the stock rom, you just need to make sure your TV and Phone are connected to the same wifi and then you play your file on your phone. A symbol at the top of the stock player shows a 'choose your player' dialogues and then you choose your TV. Its starts playing either instantly or with a prompt on your tv, depending on your tv setup. I have mine set to auto accept. Works with photos and videos. I have tried with 1080p movies and it works without a problem.

Tv is LG LM670T. 3d smart. its gorgeous
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2nd July 2012, 01:05 PM |#4  
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I think most recently manufactured tv hs dlna.

Just search your tv model on Internet then you should be able to find out.

If so, then download bubbleupnp app from play store. You can either set up another server on your computer, which I do, using plex server, which you can download for free for your pc. Or you can use your phone as the server as well.

You can control all the streaming from your pc to your tv or phone to tv right from the bubbleupnp app. Very cool. If you install the extra bubbleupnp server on your computer, you can even stream remotely. Very easy to set up and very cool. Real cool.



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to do all of this, one wouldn't have to have a samsung tv would they? and what function or feature should i look for to find out whether my tv can actually handle this sort of thing?
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to do all of this, one wouldn't have to have a samsung tv would they? and what function or feature should i look for to find out whether my tv can actually handle this sort of thing?

No. It works with other brand.
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Is it important for you now I don't know exactly but I use for streaming ArkMC app with my Samsung TV
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Originally Posted by Tiplite2004

Hi guys, just bought a Samsung smart TV and I wanted to know if and how could I stream movies from my phone to the TV Wireless.

I'm currently running Cm9. If there is an app required can someone upload it please.. thanks


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3rd April 2013, 02:55 PM |#8  
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If I understand well, you have two options: (1) stock Samsung rom and AllShare Cast (it needs Samsung framework, hence CM will not work) or (2) use DLNA (check if your TV supports it, but I guess so) and one of the apps mentioned above (which will also work in CM as it should support DLNA).
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