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Topic # 64446 15-Jul-2010 19:00
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I have just downloaded VLC Remote and got it going very well, apart from my query below, to control the mp3 library on my laptop from my Galaxy S. I am wondering if anyone else is using this app? If so, have you managed to get the album art of the 'now playing' track to appear on your phone? There's some screenshots (all the same shot though) on the 'net that seem to imply that this can be done but after a good hunt I can't find any words on the point. I'm pretty sure I have the latest version.

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  Reply # 353445 19-Jul-2010 15:29
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eracode: I have just downloaded VLC Remote and got it going very well, apart from my query below, to control the mp3 library on my laptop from my Galaxy S. I am wondering if anyone else is using this app? If so, have you managed to get the album art of the 'now playing' track to appear on your phone? There's some screenshots (all the same shot though) on the 'net that seem to imply that this can be done but after a good hunt I can't find any words on the point. I'm pretty sure I have the latest version.


Hi, have you got this streaming video as well as audio.... and in what format...
I've been trying to get this to work with my media server but cannot quite figure it out....
...a walk through would be much appreciated...
thanks... 

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