Originally Posted by Preet Juneja
Is there any way that we can buffer audio from an android phone's wifi hotspot to other one-two android phone which is connected to it....
1). A Android Phone's Hotspot Is On.
2). One or Two Phones Are Connected.
3). The Phones Connected Can Buffer Audio From Hotspot Phone.
It should be act like a radio eg. the connected phone open a specific address in browser and buffer live audio by hotspot phone.
Please help me
Im quite confused. Do you already have an audio link but it stutters?
If not, then I think you mean you want to send audio from one device to another on the browser.
I'm not sure how you would go about opening ports to the locally hosted hotspot network(probably with ifconfig)
Then you would need a local binary that gathers the audio and makes it available as a local port on that device(etho wlan0 etc) with some sort of streaming protocol.
Then you need to connect to the stream with ipaddress
ort from your other device. Given that the other device's browser supports the protocol.
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