Quick head-up, Nokia Betalabs wireless entertainment app “Nokia Play To” (beta) update to v.10.02(4). The update brings couple of bug fixes and better interoperability to the client.
Changelog v.10.02(4) :
Bug fix for handling large media amount with Xbox
Bug fix for PS3 music and videos stopping problem
Better interoperability (e.g. with new Samsung TVs, Philips TV and MP4, better Matroska support)
Some performance improvements
Solution for the post deep-factory-settings installation problem:
If you have installed Play To on your symbian S^3 device and run deep factory settings, Symbian Anna should help you. Steps to follow:
First install Symbian Anna to your device (when available for your device/region, I’m sorry I don’t have that information available)
Run deep factory settings again
Re-install Play To
“Nokia Play To lets you show photos and videos taken with your mobile to your friends wirelessly on your TV. Or you can listen to your favourite music stored on your mobile with your home audio system. Just launch Play To, select the device and media you want to play. No configuration is needed once WLAN is on and all devices are connected to the same network.
Nokia Play To is meant for playing media stored on mobile i.e. it is not possible to access other DLNA devices with it. We wanted to concentrate on creating a solution for easily enjoying mobile media on a big TV screen or with an audio system. If you are familiar with DLNA technology we are supporting push and server functionalities with our current implementation.”
Supported phone models: Nokia C6-01, Nokia C7, Nokia E7, Nokia N8 and Nokia X7.