LG's Optimus 7 phone – the Play To feature explained

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LG’s Optimus 7 is one of the best Windows Phone 7 devices on the market right now, packing in top spec features at an affordable price. One the best of these features is Play To which is LG’s version of a fantastic new technology called DLNA networking. Here’s a quick guide to how it works.

DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance. In its simplest terms, DLNA networking means that you’ll be able to transfer pictures, music and video files from one DLNA enabled device to another wirelessly. The LG Optimus 7 enables you to do that via its Play To feature. Firstly you need to find out what devices in your home are compatible with Play To. There are different types including computers, televisions, games consoles, printers and more.

There’s no need to connect your LG Optimus 7 with wires to a Play To compatible PC or TV, it works wirelessly. You simply go into the Play To section of the phone, find the content you want to transfer wirelessly (images, video etc), choose which device that you are going to send the content to and then you simply flick the content and it transfers to the other device’s screen or speakers.

There are no limits to the number of Play To devices your LG Optimus 7 handset can link to, allowing for simple and fast access to all manner of content on your smartphone. With so many devices now DLNA/Play To compliant, LG’s Optimus 7 is bang up to date and truly designed to make your life easier.

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