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I see your problem lies in some missing background, so let me give you a starter: DLNA was made for stuff like that. To put it simple, a DLNA network can have the following elements: DLNA server: stores media (audio, still pictures, video) to be accessed by … DLNA client: accesses DLNA server(s) and plays content available there DLNA control points: while ...
Yatse is indeed a really nice app and allows you to stream any content from your phone to your Kodi enabled device. You probably have to buy the pro version. Alternatively you could just install an (S)FTP or NFS server on your phone and add the remote drive in Kodi.
As Matthew Read noted, the list of supported media formats is device specific. More or less, it's actually specific to the default video player app your device has. I'm not aware of an app that can show a list of MIME types supported by an installed app, so here you go with the command-line way. Make sure you've adb setup in PC, USB debugging enabled in the ...
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