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By AMoosa, Senior Member on 29th October 2011, 10:40 PM
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I have upgraded from KI1 to KI2 but the AllShare app is missing. Can somebody please upload the apk from KI1?
 
 
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I have upgraded from KI1 to KI2 but the AllShare app is missing. Can somebody please upload the apk from KI1?

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the apk doesn't stream videos it force closes
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works for me, did you try clear cache to see if that helps?

edit: streaming from or to the device?

edit2: so i had a problem streaming to my device but not from it. I uninstalled the dlna.apk and moved it to /system/app and changed the permissions to match the rest and rebooted. No problems streaming to and from the device. I think the FC happens if you try to install the app instead of moving it to the /system/app
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works for me, did you try clear cache to see if that helps?

edit: streaming from or to the device?

edit2: so i had a problem streaming to my device but not from it. I uninstalled the dlna.apk and moved it to /system/app and changed the permissions to match the rest and rebooted. No problems streaming to and from the device. I think the FC happens if you try to install the app instead of moving it to the /system/app

Thanks. This half works for me. The app is working great following the /system/app directions above. However, when trying to play video files (mainly divx and xvid) it says 'unsupported file format'. However, these same files work and play fine using All share on my Galaxy s2. I'm using serviio 3 as my server. Can anybody advise?
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Thanks. This half works for me. The app is working great following the /system/app directions above. However, when trying to play video files (mainly divx and xvid) it says 'unsupported file format'. However, these same files work and play fine using All share on my Galaxy s2. I'm using serviio 3 as my server. Can anybody advise?

I tried about 10 different videos from my media server and had no issues with xvid or divx codec (most of mine are in xvid). When I stream I am using Windows Media Player as the dlna service. I will test out to see if I can use serviio, not sure if your able to test on a windows pc like I did in the mean time.

edit: I tested out serviio and it is an issue from them. I tried to play the same files that worked for me earlier and it gave me the same message as you. I then tried same file using windows media player and it worked.
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Thanks. I'll give that a try.
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works for me, did you try clear cache to see if that helps?

edit: streaming from or to the device?

edit2: so i had a problem streaming to my device but not from it. I uninstalled the dlna.apk and moved it to /system/app and changed the permissions to match the rest and rebooted. No problems streaming to and from the device. I think the FC happens if you try to install the app instead of moving it to the /system/app

hello, i have one samsung tab 10.1, can u say to me step by step how i change permissions and how i move the file to system...

tanks
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hello, i have one samsung tab 10.1, can u say to me step by step how i change permissions and how i move the file to system...

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You need to be rooted to install it properly so you don't get the FC

1) go into your file manager you have installed with root access.
2) move the dlna.apk to /system/app
3) Set permissions to rw-r-r (Read access for User, Group, Other; Write access for User; nothing set for execute) (See image for what it looks like)
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You need to be rooted to install it properly so you don't get the FC

1) go into your file manager you have installed with root access.
2) move the dlna.apk to /system/app
3) Set permissions to rw-r-r (Read access for User, Group, Other; Write access for User; nothing set for execute) (See image for what it looks like)

hello, tanks, sorry but im new on this things, how e get rooted? what is the FC?

where i set the permissions on the file?
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hello, tanks, sorry but im new on this things, how e get rooted? what is the FC?

where i set the permissions on the file?

FC = Force Close as in app crashes.

Check out the "Look here first" sticky in the dev thread on how to root, there is a video guide thread as well.

Download ES File manager from market after you root and go to settings to enable root and to mount system as rw (writable) then after moving the file long press on it and go to properties and click permission and follow previous instructions.

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