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Yes there is! Today Netflix released an offical App. Netflix Blog post about release. Currently Netflix playback is supported on the following phones: HTC Incredible with Android 2.2 HTC Nexus One with Android 2.2, 2.3 HTC Evo 4G with Android 2.2 HTC G2 with Android 2.2 Samsung Nexus S with Android 2.3 If you don't have one of these devices but you ...


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See this page for the Galaxy S's standard TV-Out cable as sold by Samsung, this plugs into the 3.5mm headphone port on the phone. It can also output HDMI via an adaptor that plugs into the micro-USB port, though this has the obvious disadvantage that you can't plug it into power to charge at the same time as playing.


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According to this blog post, you need a 3.5mm -> RCA/Phono cable, and it goes in the headphone socket of the phone.


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Netflix recently posted on their blog that they will begin to roll out support for individual devices in the coming year, but not a generic Netflix app. They claim: The hurdle has been the lack of a generic and complete platform security and content protection mechanism available for Android. You can read the entire post at ...


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You can use the "AllShare" apk, which enable you to use DLNA phone device (Im considering that your sony bravia supports DLNA).


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As of today, no there is nothing public. Like Matt says, you can find this out through other sites instead of asking here. A simple Google search will give you results of speculation and rumor like this: http://mashable.com/2010/08/07/netflix-android-app/


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No, as of Sept. 18, 2010, but according to this story Netflix appears to have hired Android developers, almost certainly for this purpose: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/08/10/netflix-android-app/


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Don't forget DLNA using the AllShare app, if your TV system supports it.


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You'll need to get one of Samsung's HDMI adapters. The Tab 7 Plus, 8.9 and 10.1 don't support the old RCA adapter, to my knowledge. The page for the adapter also has a search bar where you can enter your specific device's model number to ensure that it will be compatible. At that point, I believe it works like other Honeycomb tablets in that it will simply ...


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I'll go ahead and post this as an answer. Android 4.2, including Sony's package on the Z1, supports Miracast - a wireless display standard that's sorta becoming a thing now. Miracast is what Sony uses to connect you to their own TV's, so it's not a proprietary Sony thing (surprisingly). In order to use Miracast, you need either a Smart TV with the feature ...


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It sounds as though you are using your TV as a media renderer for a media server (hosted on your PC or other computer device). If that is the case, then yes, it is possible to use your android device as a media renderer for a media server. Download MediaHouse UPnP / DLNA Browser and a video player with a codec that supports your video file-types (VPlayer ...


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There are definitely Android DLNA clients and servers which will allow you to share or receive videos or other media over a wireless network, see these previous questions: DLNA enabled media player? What can I do with DLNA on an android smartphone? Can I get DLNA on my Droid? What is the Android Answer to Air Video Server? If you have a TV with a USB port, ...



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