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Feb
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revised resolve zeroconf-style “hostname.local” names
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Feb
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comment resolve zeroconf-style “hostname.local” names
All in all I came To the solution that android does not have zeroconf build in. So my question still remains, is there a way to add it? Or dies maybe cynanogenmod have it? Seems like I have to keep on using iPad for this purpose :)
Feb
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comment resolve zeroconf-style “hostname.local” names
"bash - How can I check if a computer exists on my network WITHOUT IP (i.e. by device name only)?": here are two workarounds suggested which appear to be a way but aren't a answer: 1: dns-daemon on my ubuntu-machine and 2: using zeroconf-discovery-browser. 1 is not an option because if zeroconf for android would work as I expect it would, than I don't see why I couldn't use zeroconf instead. 2: again: if zeroconf would be fully be implemented, it simply would work, no extra programs needed
Feb
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comment resolve zeroconf-style “hostname.local” names
"Zeroconf mDNS on Android?": Usingen HOSTS-file is not a solution. Why should I use it if I could use zeroconf? Does that mean I have to build it myself as penguinolog suggested?
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revised resolve zeroconf-style “hostname.local” names
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