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Samsung - DLNA (UE40B7000)

by wojtaw / December 3, 2009 4:12 AM PST

Hi, I have recently bought Samsung UE40B7000. I am happy with my new TV but I have serious problem with DLNA (Sharing with my NAS). I have read that it is not possible to rewind, or even pause movies throught DLNA, MKV is not supported in DLNA mode. I am facing the same problem. But with USB disc, everythink works fine.

And I would like to know if Samsung has made any progress with this. For example, the new firmware, does it fix any out of these points?

Thank you a lot, i hope this topic will help the others to

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by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / December 3, 2009 2:26 PM PST
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Any solutions?
by Martin_vd_Ban / November 15, 2012 8:34 PM PST

Hi, I'm suffering the same issues. Files do play through USB but with DLNA the same file(s) just refuses to play or for some reason all of a sudden the "audio codec is not supported". Why doesn't Samsung create another firmware update where this is solved? Can't be so hard, right?

My TV already has the T-CHUCIPDEUC-3002.2 update firmware and the problems occur with both, AVI, MP4 and MKV files.


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