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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
So this doesn't do what I (topicstarter) need at all...
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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
When the SD card is unmounted, and connected to my TV as a storage device, how will these mounts stay there?
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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
The longer I think about it the less sure I am this is going to work. If I connect the phone to the TV as a diskdrive, the sd-card will be unmounted from the phone, or am I going at this the wrong way?
Oct
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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
The TV supports none of the protocols since it has no network connection (no cable/WiFi). It has a USB port to browse usb storage devices.
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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
mm. My HTC Desire HD is not rooted. Is it hard to do that? never had the need to look it up.
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comment Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
OK, to answer your questions: HTC Desire HD, TV is able to browse USB storage devices. At the moment I go to my PC, connect to my phone with the USB cable, and put a video file on the SD card. Then I walk to my TV and plug the phone into the usb port. Then I browse the SDcard to find the video file, and open it. Every once in a while I connect my phone to the TV, and then find out that I need to go upstairs to my PC again, because there are no video files left to watch. And then I think "If I only could use a network file explorer (like ES) and use it to browse it on my tv"...
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asked Is it possible to use an Android phone as network disk, so I can browse it on my TV?
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comment Is there a way to use an Android tablet as a wifi handsfree device?
I was planning to wait for this to be released as a full release, but it is taking a little long. Any other ideas?
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comment Is there a way to use an Android tablet as a wifi handsfree device?
Nobody? Is it that strange?
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comment Is there a way to use an Android tablet as a wifi handsfree device?
EDIT: I need to replace that function and I already have a tab in my car directly connected to my stereo. I want my outgoing audio from my phone over wifi to my tab. phone-> wifi -> tab -> cable -> car stereo. If I can dial from my tab that would be an extra.
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comment Is there a way to use an Android tablet as a wifi handsfree device?
no. both wrong. I want to make a phone call with my phone, but in my country it is illegal to hold your phone at ear height. That is why I had a car stereo with bluetooth, so I can hear the person I am talking to over my car speakers.
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asked Is there a way to use an Android tablet as a wifi handsfree device?