For my linux distribution (Fedora 20) it's quite simple:
[PC] Run PulseAudio. (Runs automatically on Fedora)
[PC] Load module bluetooth-discovery. (It's auto-loaded on Fedora)
[PC, Android] Pair with Android-phone via Bluetooth.
[Android] In device's options set the profile "Use for media audio".
[PC] Connect to the phone.
[Android] Play music. (I use ...
The NFL keeps a tight rein on its broadcast rights. Further, the outfits that ponied up those huge payments for those rights are not going to be happy if there is a cheaper alternative. So, no, there is not going to be a way to watch live NFL games without subscribing to cable or satellite.
If you're okay with watching games after the fact and you have an ...
This app could do the trick:
Bluetooth Music Player Free
You need to install it on both Android devices and pair them. Then put the tablet in ListenMUSIC over Blueetooth mode and the the phone in shareMUSIC over Bluetooth mode.
I found a solution to stream your Google Music to any device that is DLNA enabled. It's an android app called BubbleUPNP. What it does is it accesses your Google Music account, adds the titles to your local library (only the titles, think of them as links to the Google Music library) and then starts a DLNA server on your phone. This means that any device ...
Currently there is no built-in protocol for "stock" Androids to connect to remote Pulseaudio servers. However, a custom ROM HAS been made to include Pulseaudio as the Android sound engine. Maybe soon your answer will be built into Androids.
SO. What CAN you do to get Android sound to a remote rendering engine? One answer says send it over Bluetooth which ...
Capturing of Streams. You may not use Google Play or any Content in conjunction with any stream-ripping, stream capture or similar software to record or create a copy of any Content that is presented to you in streaming format.
Sharing. You may not use Content as part of any service for sharing, lending or multi-person use, ...
Get a Male to Male 3.5 mm audio cable. Connect one end to your phone's audio jack and the other one to your PC's microphone jack.
Now here comes the tricky part :
In the notification area, right click the speaker icon. Click "Playback Devices".
In the Dialogue Box, right click "Speakers -> Set as Default Device". If
there is already a green tick on the ...
Yes you can. No additional soft or hardware required. Android 4.4.2 and WinXP. Like this: enable BT on both devices, make sure under Windows' BT Configuration->Local Services you have 'Headset' service set to 'Automatic startup'. Connect the devices (using pass-phrase if required), check on Android that 'Media audio' is enabled for the connected PC. Play ...
I wrote WiFi Speaker which does what SoundWire and AirFoil do; except it does it better. I feel confident saying its the best PC to phone app on the market right now. The interface is intuitive, there's a graphics equalizer display, audio compression, and some GUI customizations.
You can even select what audio format you want. All standard formats from ...
You would need to get the speakers accessible over wireless somehow.
This does that: https://store.google.com/product/chromecast_audio
Alternatively, you could plug your android phone directly into your speakers and remotely control your android phone over wifi with a laptop/PC. May need to be rooted for this however.
VLC works perfectly for me :)
Did you tried this link? It uses Moboplayer and ES file Explorer.
GarethD I know that your original question was posted over five years ago but, I have been looking for same solution and so far I have found just one that works for me.
You need to download two apps.
No ROOT required!
On master device install: Mirror
On slave device install:AllCast Receiver
That is pretty much all. Start AllCast Receiver on slave, then start ...
Usually recent versions of Android Handles these network switching automatically. When you are connected to WIFI, Your content would be streamed via WIFI connection .You can confirm this The mobile network symbol - H/H+/E/4g would not be available in the status bar of the mobile.
Usually, Android manages WIFI and Mobile network automatically, I.e., when ...
Apart from "Bluetooth music player" (mentioned in above answer), you may also try SoundSeeder speaker or SoundSeeder Music player. As i remember, at first you should pair the devices. From the description of SoundSeeder Music player:
Soundseeder turns all your devices into into wireless speakers. Play your music louder and share it with your friends.
I've come up with what is hopefully a better solution. Use the app here. Install the app on both devices. There are many similar apps to this so if this one doesn't work perhaps try another one. The app listed works over Bluetooth rather than WiFi. I hope this is OK and it should avoid latency. I'm not sure why I didn't make the link in my head that what you ...
Yes, there is an Application Camtest Audio. You can use it for streaming audio/video over the network using WI-FI. I uploaded my app for you in this link:
This app is based on an Open Source library called ["Libstreaming"]
Yes there are. Some which I found are for gaming live streaming like YouTube Gaming, Mobcrush & Twitch. Some for screen mirroring and streaming like Screen Stream Mirroring Free. Some streaming videos and audios like AllConnect - Play & Stream which supports DLNA/UPnP. Some also make your android a UPnP/DLNA streaming server like BubbleUPnP UPnP/DLNA,...
Short answer is: you can't. You can use a laptop (windows/linux/mac/chrome-os) with Chrome browser to cast. Or you can buy an Amazon-Fire hardware device.
Long answer: the "cast your screen" solution now seems to be broken.
Broken? Exactly how?:
the audio plays from the TV screen
the video does not play form the TV screen (TV is black ...
Amazon Prime Videos now supports casting to Chromecast straight from inside the official app, it does have a stupid problem that you can't use the phone to adjust the TV volume like you would usually do with Chromecast, it comes up with a stupid surround error when you try, and you have to use the actual TV remote to adjust the volume, but for the sake of ...
A good app for this is BubbleUPnP for DLNA/Chromecast
Unlike other media server apps, it supports a lot of devices:
Chromecast, Chromecast Audio, Nexus Player, Nvidia Shield, and other Google
DLNA TVs and music receivers from popular TV and HiFi brands
Xbox 360 and One, Playstation 3 and 4(**)
Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
local Android ...
In case someone's coming from a Windows 10 without this feature, I managed to add it by installing Toshiba's Bluetooth Link, for example, from here: http://files.ecp.toshiba.com/2016/08/19/2123/59/tcp0000200a.exe
Hoping that it's the same radio station and I didn't took a wrong stream URL...
AAC Stream: http://icecastsource2.amri.ca/cjab-aac
MP3 Stream: http://icecastsource2.amri.ca/cjab-mp3
I tested this in VLC and it worked.
It took me ages to work this out, but to play one movie in sync on two tablets download an app called gplayer. After that:
hold down on video you want to play and click "add into share list"
go across to share and select the second device also do this on the second device but obviously select the the other device
on the second device click the shared video ...
What you need is a software which acts as an UPnP Control Point on your new phone, and a Media Renderer with Push on the old phone. A control point is capable of exactly what you need: browse Media Server (your desktop) in the same way as you do with your old phone currently, but it doesn't play itself, instead it tells the Renderer "hey, start streaming ...
Netgear WN3500RP is what I would recommend to anyone who is looking for this functionality. It is a Wi-Fi Range Extender...meaning it connects to your existing Wi-Fi router and basically extends the Wi-Fi coverage. The USP of this device is that it supports Airplay/DLNA.
How to use it?
Plugin your speakers to its 3.5mm audio input port.
Get an app to stream ...
AQ play is an app that allows you to play from your phone direct to their range of Wi-Fi speakers.
Via your home router it also allows you to play from your phone to another phone, and allows you to browse and play media from other devices (PC)
SoundWire Free appears to do this...but the free version has limitations:
The free version of the application identifies itself by voice every 30 minutes and displays ads. The full version can handle up to 10 connections at the same time, and has no ads or voice identification. Please consider purchasing the full version of SoundWire if you'd like to ...