Originally Posted by adgrimes
Where do you stream your media from? I used to play daily files I would add/delete as I watched shows. I forgot to add another way i found was just exiting the folder and re-entering could cause it to refresh too. Sometimes though it wouldn't so I would turn TV off.
I have a usb drive connected to my router, which runs minidlna server.
My C series LCD would refresh every time a folder was accessed. Doesn't look like this F series is programmed to do that.
My workaround is to use android BubbleUPnP to send media to the TV.
The TV is wired using Ethernet, so I was concerned this method might cause stutter on bluray rips, since the android tablet is wireless, but this is not the case.
I sent a 45 min video to the TV, turned off the tablet, and the video played all the way through. I could still use the remote normally to control the TV. Looks like playback is transferred to the TV as if you initiated playback using the built-in media player. This works perfectly, I just use the tablet to browse media instead of the ugly purple interface on the TV. Furthermore, I can even queue and create playlists.
Simple network drive mapping is all this TV needs. Looks like their business plan is to get people to sign up for dropbox, skydrive, and sugarsync that is supported and would avoid using dlna allshare.