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How to Connect to Media Devices

How to Connect to Media Devices

G-CONNECT supports iTunes® sharing and is a DLNA® compatible device. These features allow you to share content with a variety of multimedia devices. By default these features are enabled and content in the Public folder will be available for streaming to DLNA compatible devices.

Any DLNA equipped device will list the G-CONNECT as either a Media Share or a Media Server. From here you should be available to browse the through the device to view the G-CONNECT content. Your experience may vary from device to device.


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Article ID: 106 Article Created: 07-22-2013 15:17 PMLast Modified: 07-22-2013 15:17 PM

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