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Samsung Easy Content Share and AllShare

by Slavek_D / March 22, 2011 5:16 AM PDT

Hi,
I have purchased Samsung laptop to be able to communicate wirelesly with my Samsung mobile phone with AllShare function. It was not easy to find information how I can do it but now I know there is the "easy content share" software preinstalled on my laptop. Despite the fact that the software displays information the laptop is wirelessly connected to my home network, it does not detect any player through DLAN. What can I do? Anyone?

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Easy Content Share on TV
by mpa4407 / March 26, 2012 2:27 AM PDT

Any news so far?
I have the same problem.. Samsung support is not quite good.. Sad

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I have yet to find support for our LAN (network.)
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 26, 2012 2:32 AM PDT

Many makers don't support configuring your network so the above could be as simple (?) as a router setting. For example, many of the new routers for the past 2 years have a firewall setting. Most owners have to become network engineers to get it to work today.

Maybe this networking stuff should have been on proprietary stuff that the maker supplies and supports?

You could try the CNET Networking Forum if you want to discuss networking issues.
Bob

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