Viewing recorded droid video on tv

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by mavrick1100, May 12, 2011.

  1. mavrick1100

    mavrick1100 New Member

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    Hi All
    Is it possible to "stream" if you will, stored droid video on a television? Any unique apps/hardware necessary?

    I have the "Droid 2". Some Droid models have HDMI and I imagine this might be possible with these models. Is it possible with only a USB port?

    Anyone attempted using a DVR running Windows Media Center?

    I apologize if this topic has been covered previously. I performed a key word search and could not locate any info.

    Thanks in advance, Paul
     
  2. NiceGuysFinishLast

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    Short answer: No, you can't do it.
     
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    Well if you use the DLNA app that comes with the phone and you have one of those knew TVs with wi-fi built in I would think you could do it but havent really looked into DLNA much. Maybe it(DLNA) would work with a PS3 or 360.
     
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    No, but it is stored on the SD card, so you would be able to stream it from a computer or else if you have a tv with an SD card slot you could just put your SD card (with adapter) in and do it that way.
     
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