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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    I also would like to be able to use the "home network" program that the n95 has, as I share media on my PC to my PS3.

    Is anyone aware of an app that i can put on my 5800 to allow this yet?

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    SymSMB i think has network file sharing.

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    You could use SymPlayer to play mp3 files directly from computer.

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    Quote Originally Posted by arky
    You could use SymPlayer to play mp3 files directly from computer.
    Do you work for telexy.com, do they pay you to SPAM forums?

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bean
    Do you work for telexy.com, do they pay you to SPAM forums?
    Yes, they are paying me thousands per post.
    Do you work for Spam Detection Association, how did they pay for you?

    Are you blind and cannot see these questions in the posts above?
    When i had a N95 i remember having a home media icon under galery, which allowed me to browse my network shared files. I am not sure if this is possible with the Nokia 5800.. If it is, would someone please tell me how... I would greatly appriciate it.
    I also would like to be able to use the "home network" program that the n95 has, as I share media on my PC to my PS3.
    Is anyone aware of an app that i can put on my 5800 to allow this yet?
    Let me bring it to your attention one more time: "...which allowed me to browse my network shared files."
    The software that I have suggested is doing the exactly what user is asking for - allowing to browse networks shared files and also allowing to play on phone the mp3 files from network shares.
    Do you see as in very first post user is specifically talking about Wi-Fi? The software that I have suggested is doing it over Wi-Fi!
    If you have something to say about "browse my network shared files" ... "over Wi-Fi", then say it, otherwise be quite and please find something else to do.

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    Quote Originally Posted by arky
    Yes, they are paying me thousands per post.
    Do you work for Spam Detection Association, how did they pay for you?

    I do it for fun. Lets not get off subject here, No body likes SPAM

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    Default Re: Home media server for 5800

    As far as i know, it comes with a usb cable just put the music on their yourself. save yourself all the hassle....


 
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