As far as I am aware, Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) onwards, is "officially" compatible with the DMP-BDT230. Like you circuitbom, I couldn't get the Panny Remote 2012 app working for my 230 but I use Ice Cream Sandwich on my HTC Sensation XE. I would be most interested to know also if Panasonic will be updating their Android app.
I have been testing the streaming of films (non-3D) from my Windows 7 desktop pc by wired connection, utilising DLNA to my DMP-BDT230 to view on my LG LED TV, using .mkv, .avi, .mp4 formats of various compressions. I must say the grainy effect has been disappointing. So, I used a 3rd party software. TVersity Pro 2.4. on my desktop pc with its own transcoding, processing and streaming MPEG2 or MPEG4. The resulting picture has been of a much better qualtity I would expect but the AR has been slightly stretched vertically, i.e. 2:35:1 source to 16:9, despite any tweaks on the DMP-BDT230 or on my TV, this remained the same. Also, I was unable to get any 5:1 surround sound (DS or DD) through my LG Receiver, only 2:1 stereo, from films with DD DTS.
I am on a learning curve with DLNA and do not know if I am expecting too much from DLNA but I'd be much obliged if any of you savvy AVS folk recommend me any superior DLNA-compliant software for Windows 7 I can use to help improve my streaming of films via my DMP-BDT230 to my LG TV and/or provide me with any advice on how to improve streaming quality and consistency.
Thank you in advance