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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pauly814, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. pauly814

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    So I have a question about media and sharing that media, for example on youtube.

    So I go to connected media...If I click on a video, I get a message: Unable to connect, this feature requires Wi-fi ?? What is this and why cant I view the video?

    Also, when I try to share via youtube, it it trying to use my google account,but I want to use another youtube/google account. Is there a way can change this?
     

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    your connected media (DLNA or DNLA--can't remember which) requires you to be connected to a network via WiFi. turn on WiFi, connect to a network with a DLNA compatible device, and you should see that device from a list of available players.

    that's how it SHOULD work--i've been unable to get my PS3/360 to play my saved media. but that's why you're seeing the WiFi message.
    i'm still waiting on someone to come up with a step-by-step for this procedure...
     

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