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Topic # 190941 17-Jan-2016 15:43
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Wondering if anyone knows if I can and how?

 

I have a xbox one with a hard drive of video attached to it.

 

I want to be able to access those files to watch on a windows 10 tablet/laptop across our home network. 

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  Reply # 1473312 17-Jan-2016 18:34
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So you have a USB drive attached to the XBOne? You may be better off attaching the drive to your modem/router if it has that capability and sharing the media over the network that way. 

 

 



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  Reply # 1473336 17-Jan-2016 19:01
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No USB port on the modem... maybe I'll have to upgrade that down the track

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  Reply # 1473353 17-Jan-2016 20:19
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Or if you have the parts, build up a media server such as Plex, then you can access media from any device.





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  Reply # 1473379 17-Jan-2016 20:36
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Plex, nothing else touches it. You're welcome!

 

 

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  Reply # 1473394 17-Jan-2016 21:52
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http://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-Arrival-EP-3701-Wireless-Wifi-Disk-Access-of-HDD-USB-Drive-Storage-Adapter-for-IOS/32339606223.html?spm=2114.01020208.3.2.0X4ll5&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_2,searchweb201644_2_10001_10002_10005_301_10006_10003_10004_62,searchweb201560_8,searchweb1451318400_6148 

 

 

 

Makes a wifi network for devices to connect to to access the attached HDD's content, not too sure if there is a windows 10 app but works great for ios and android to watch media off a drive, even in a car with 2 tablets going watching junk to keep kids entertained and quiet when driving.




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