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How to give your BlackBerry 10 device a nickname, and why you should!

Did you know that you can give your BlackBerry 10 device a nickname? With a nickname it’s easy to identify your device on a Wi-Fi network or when sharing content with other devices using Bluetooth, Miracast and more. 241 more words

How-To

this is beep

Just before the holidays I received Beep, a $99 music streaming device. It’s a very simple thing, whose purpose is to provide wireless streaming capability to dumb systems, like a pair of powered speakers, stereo system, boom box, well, just about anything that has an audio input that accepts either 3.5mm analog or digital optical output. 376 more words

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Android app to browse/serve media across DLNA devices

After spending couple of weekends on creating demo app, finally I am able to publish this post on DLNA/Upnp media management.

First of all – What is DLNA? 384 more words

Android

Installing Serviio 1.5 on Linux Mint / Ubuntu

Serviio is a DLNA media server developed in Java. It has different profiles that match most CE devices from many vendors (Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, …). I use it to stream movies from my PC to my Samsung Smart TV (D Series). 1,114 more words

Linux

How to mount media server using DJMount

DJMount is a program that can be used to mount the content of a UPnP/DLNA media server on your network to your filesystem. Once it is mounted, you can navigate the server’s content folders using any file explorer and play the files using any media player. 110 more words

eezUPnP

eezUPnP is a UPnP/DLNA client or player to play audio content from a UPnP/DLNA server on the network. It is written in Java and the binaries for it can be downloaded from… 112 more words

How to play content of UPnP/DLNA server in VLC

A UPnP/DLNA media server, like for example ReadyMedia, can be used to stream video and audio files to any UPnP/DLNA player or client on the home network. 207 more words