How to Connect an Android Phone to TVersity

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Connecting your Android device to TVersity requires the Adobe Flash Player, which is only supported on Android 2.2 and up. With the Flash Player installed, an Android device can connect to TVersity through the TVersity Web Interface, which allows users to stream videos, music and photos stored on a computer to external sources.

Things You'll Need

  • Adobe Flash App
  • Download Adobe Flash Player from the Android Market.

  • Open TVersity on your computer. Click the "Settings" tab. Under "General," scroll down to "Home Network." Check the box that says "The media server should accept requests originating from outside the home network (required only if you wish to access your media on the go)." Enter a username and password.

  • Go to whatsmyip.org and note your IP address.

  • Open your Web browser on your Android Device. Type http://localhost:41952/flashlib with your IP address replacing "localhost." You will be prompted to enter your username and password.

  • Navigate through the TVersity web interface's folders and select the media file you wish to watch. To add files or folders to the TVersity library, open TVersity on your computer, select the "Library" tab and click "Add items."

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