As you know, the Droid X has 40GB of storage (8GB onboard memory, a 16 GB micro SD card and the expansion slot up to 32GB cards). You can put and play many media files on the Droid X, as well as easily watch Droid X videos and movies on HDTV via HDMI output or throught a DLNA supported device. (The DLNA is short for Digital Living Network Alliance and defines a standard for moving and stransferring movies, photos, music and other media from device and device.) The Motorola Droid X, as a DLNA server, can store videos, audios or photos on one location, and, without any setup or configuration, can stream the media to DLNA compaliant players, like PS3 and Xbox 360. The DLNA can be used as a stand alone or used in combination with HDMI.
Generally, having the DLNA-compatible phone Droid X means that you can do the following: stream videos, music and photos from Droid X to any DLNA device, like the PlayStation 3, Xbox, or DLNA-enabled PCs, TVs or A/V Recivers.
The article will show you how to use the DLNA feature on your Droid X to play Droid X movies and music on DLNA devices in your digital home. Just follow the step-by-step guide below:
(Notice: If you want to put and play TiVo, MTS, WMV, AVI, MPEG, MOV or other video/audio files on the Droid X and also stream them to your DLNA certified devices, like PS3, Xbox 360 and more for playback, Foxreal Droid X Video Converter will do a great favor for you that supporting converting videos and movies to Droid X format H.264 AAC (*.mp4) or MPEG-4 AAC (*.mp4) that also be playable on the PlayStation 3, Xbox, HDTV, etc with high quality.)
Step 1: Ensure that your Wi-Fi network is up and running.
Step 2: Turn on the DLNA device you plan to connect your Droid X and ensure that it is connected to your Wi-Fi network.
Step 3: Open the apps tray on the Droid X and select the DLNA app. (If a message asking to turn on Wi-Fi connection pops up, just touch Yes and turn on Wi-Fi for the Droid X through the settings menu.)
Step 4: Touch Share media under the DLNA screen and choose the media file (videos, music or photos) you want to watch on the My shared media screen. Then touch OK.
Step 5: Successfully connect the hardset to desired DLNA device. A green DLNA logo will appear in the status bar.
Step 6: Check the DLNA device for Droid X and the folder files you hope to share with the device.
Hopefully the tutorial on how to stream Droid X videos and audios to DLNA device will be of great help for you!
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