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    Wirelessly connecting to TV

    Hello, I just bought the Asus MeMO pad 10" tablet and I was wondering if there is a way to play content from the tablet on my smart tv via WiFi. I currently have an HTC EVO 3D smart phone which allows me to play movies to the tv using "Connected Media". It is also integrated into the youtube app on the phone so that when i'm watching videos on youtube there's an icon i can press and the phone sends the video to the tv. I was just wondering if there was a smiliar function on the tablet.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Welcome to the forum

    Great to have another MeMo owner with us.

    The only way to do this with your tablet wirelessly (because you can do it with an HDMI cable, of course) is via the DLNA route.

    If your TV is DLNA compatible, then there may be Asus' own "MyNet" app on the MeMo which is a DLNA app. If they have not included it, then the app I personally use & which is often referenced here - and which works extremely well is this one
    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...-via-dlna.html

    There is a free version of the app which you can install to try it out. It works well on both Android & iOS, which personally is something I look for as a good indication of a reliable developer & quality standard.

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    Thank you! This is exactly what i was looking for!


    On the same subject, is there a way to access my PC's DLNA media server from my tablet?

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    MyNet is designed to do just that

    If you don't have it on the MeMo, then I'd suggest looking on the Play Store - there is guaranteed to be an "app for that "

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    I heard iMediaShare is also good.

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    Should have said this, but iMediashare also allows streaming from a media server

    Supported players:
    1) Televisions from Samsung (w/ AllShare), LG, Sony BRAVIA, Philips, Panasonic Viera, Toshiba
    2) Game consoles: Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft XBox 360
    3) Network Media Players: Apple TV (AirPlay), Sony Blu-ray, LG Blu-ray, WD TV Live, Popcorn Hour, Xtreamer, Marantz, DirecTV, Logitech Revue (Google TV), etc.
    4) Audio players: Denon, Sonos, Onkyo, Linn, Philips Streamium, Yamaha, etc.
    5) PC/Mac media servers: Twonky, Skifta, Windows Media Player, QNAP, etc.
    6) Other DLNA/UPnP compliant media players.
    NOTE (1): For best playback performance on PS3, please, ensure that your PS3 is WIRED and not WIRELESS.
    NOTE (2): Videos recorded with the phone's camera are not supported by some TVs and game consoles.
    NOTE (3): For Toshiba TVs, please, enable Media Renderer mode from TV Preferences -> Network Device Setup.
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by janner43 View Post
    Welcome to the forum

    Great to have another MeMo owner with us.

    The only way to do this with your tablet wirelessly (because you can do it with an HDMI cable, of course) is via the DLNA route.

    If your TV is DLNA compatible, then there may be Asus' own "MyNet" app on the MeMo which is a DLNA app. If they have not included it, then the app I personally use & which is often referenced here - and which works extremely well is this one
    http://www.transformerforums.com/for...-via-dlna.html

    There is a free version of the app which you can install to try it out. It works well on both Android & iOS, which personally is something I look for as a good indication of a reliable developer & quality standard.

    All the best
    I know this is an old thread, but I hope someone will see this. I have been looking for an adapter USB 2.0 microB to HDMI with or without cable, but unable to find one that fits my MeMo 7 HD. Does anyone know of one that will work? TIA

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    Welcome to the forum

    AFAIK the solution you are looking for will not work on your device as it is not supported in the hardware.

    However, with the advent of Chromecast, wirelessly casting to a screen has never been easier.

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