Samsung Wireless

Samsung Wireless


The Samsung Wireless app gives you easy access to all the photos, videos, music, and documents stored on the Samsung Wireless device. You connect to the Samsung Wireless by simply turning on your device and choosing the “Samsung Wireless” network from your device’s Wi-Fi settings. The app will initially launch showing all the Videos that are stored on your device. Choose from Videos, Photos, or Music or navigate your media library on the Samsung Wireless or your mobile device with a traditional file/folder view.

Samsung Wireless drives create their own WI-FI network, so your mobile device can connect directly and stream media without an Internet connection. Videos stream and play using the default media player built into the app. With the option to open files with other apps installed on your mobile device, you can play/view content that isn’t supported by the default media player. The Samsung Wireless app enables you to upload photos, videos and other files from your mobile device to your Samsung Wireless drive in full resolution and quality or for offloading files to free up space on your mobile device.

Access your media and the Internet at the same time. Samsung Wireless drives can connect to a nearby Wi-Fi network, such as a coffee shop hotspot or your home router and pass through the Internet connection to your mobile device.

This app requires a Samsung Wireless mobile media streaming device.

The application can organize up to 750 videos or up to 100,000 photos or up to 75,000 songs or lesser numbers of each type in combination.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
465
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
2737 kb
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About Samsung Wireless
The Samsung Wireless app gives you easy access to all the photos, videos, music, and documents stored on the Samsung Wireless device. You connect to the Samsung Wireless by simply turning on your device and choosing the “Samsung Wireless” network from your device’s Wi-Fi settings. The app will initially launch showing all the Videos that are stored on your device. Choose from Videos, Photos, or Music or navigate your media library on the Samsung Wireless or your mobile device with a traditional file/folder view.

Samsung Wireless drives create their own WI-FI network, so your mobile device can connect directly and stream media without an Internet connection. Videos stream and play using the default media player built into the app. With the option to open files with other apps installed on your mobile device, you can play/view content that isn’t supported by the default media player. The Samsung Wireless app enables you to upload photos, videos and other files from your mobile device to your Samsung Wireless drive in full resolution and quality or for offloading files to free up space on your mobile device.

Access your media and the Internet at the same time. Samsung Wireless drives can connect to a nearby Wi-Fi network, such as a coffee shop hotspot or your home router and pass through the Internet connection to your mobile device.

This app requires a Samsung Wireless mobile media streaming device.

The application can organize up to 750 videos or up to 100,000 photos or up to 75,000 songs or lesser numbers of each type in combination.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes

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A Google User
Tuesday 5:30 PM
Nice bro.... nice bro...
A Google User
Jan 22, 2015
On galaxy Note 2 doesn't work When I want watch something it 's flickering the display
A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
Than x Than x for Samsung wireless team
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
BAD :( No Stars from me - new app will not connect to the seagate wireless plus. updated the firmware from official webpages, and still it doesnt connect. No, wait, it connects then disconnects itself then complaina that "your device is no longer connect to the seagate wireless". Even after a complete 10-second reset. Useless. Now have an expensive USB3.0 hdd.
A Google User
Jan 11, 2015
Its just bad... App is slow, or the hdd is slow... Something is slow because an hour later the drive hasnt resolved any thumbnails. What is the point in even using a 1.5TB drive if your tech cant handle looking up only a 100gb of. Mp3's?This wont work for what i intended (and for 170 dollars it should), I basically bought an expensive brick. I was going to try DLNA, but that isnt supported...smh. You have to use the crappy app. Shouldve known better than to buy a Seagate product, which it is, google it. Dont buy it.