What is DLNA, on the Samsung Galaxy Note handset?

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a service which allows the end-user to share media files between other DLNA-enabled devices at home, over a Wi-Fi network.


AllShare is the term used by Samsung to classify DLNA-compatible devices.


This content sharing service allows the end-user to search for and play video, photo, and music files freely across many devices that support the AllShare services, such as PCs, TVs, mobile devices, and digital cameras.


This can be implemented either wirelessly or with a cable.

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