Actually, that's not quite right. Do a search in the LNXXB630 owner's thread and you will see that lots of folks with B630's have enabled DLNA. It simply involves going into the service menu and changing the setting from "off" to "on." Literally that simple, and the owner's thread contains a precise step-by-step set of instructions for those who are justifiably nervous about going into the service menu. The one other possible glitch is that if you have the newest firmware, you may have to revert to an older version, but that also is not a big deal. My DLNA is still a little buggy, sometimes dropping out when watching movie-length videos, but I attribute that primarily to router issues - many others have DLNA on their B630s working perfectly.
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