Ramias wrote:When I first entered my device ID I got the error then the "already registered."
Installed the firmware yesterday.
It now shows up as "HD HomeRun Live DMS 131215BC"
I presume your saying this is seen in your computers network and sharing center map. Do you also see the Samsung TV on this list?
My Samsung fancy (forget model number but the tv was $3k at Costco 5 months ago so it may work) Smart TV shows a bunch of DLNA Tuner sources (various Sonos devices, which don't actually work but show up, Plex Server, Media Player on various machines etc) but my HD Home Run does not show up.
Windows Media Player on Windows 8 shows my HD Home Run but shows no content.
Open MP near the top left will be a ">" with "Library" to the right, left click on that arrow and look for the DMS listing in the drop down box. If you see it click on it. Then click on Recorded TV then All TV and a channel list should appear.
With my much older Sammy sometimes I have to scroll through all my possible sources once for the DMS reference to appear in the DLNA list. Do you see any computers on the DLNA list? If not go into the TV menu using TV remote search for Media Play file and enter, look in the top right for the current listed file, if it is not the Live DMS push red button [not the power button but the programmable one]. If you do not see the Live DMS file then hit return and look for Home Network Center file and open it. On the left should be a Media file highlight it and move into the right side window and see that all the devices are set to Allowed. Go to the Set Up file in this section and see that Media is On. Exit and see if it show up on the sources list.
My Western Digital Live Streaming shows the HD Home Run, shows the "Cable TV" and "Premium Cable TV" folders but then says there is no content when I pick one of those folder.
So... I have no idea if my HD HomeRun is not provisioned right on Silicondust's servers, or if none of my devices are compatible... or both.
Have you power cycled the prime since authorizing the beta? There is a thread on WDTV in the project connect section it may have some suggestions to help you get this set up. If things here do not help.
EDIT: test from inside TV = Menu button on Samsung remote control, find Setup file > network setup [select auto setup]; try network test.
It is possible that you must set up PC Share Manager on a computer to get the TV to see all the DLNA possibilities. http://www.samsung.com/us/pdf/dlna_guide.pd