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Playing content stored on a USB device


Connect a USB storage device to the USB port of the television to enjoy photo, music, and video files stored on the device.

Connect the USB device to your television and turn it on.

  1. Press the [HOME] button, select from the Home Page, and select the DigitalMediaPlayer from the app list.
  2. If the supplied remote control has an APPS button, you can press the APPS button to display the app list.
  3. Browse the list of folders and files and select the desired file.
  4. Press [OK] and playback will start.

Notes: Depending on the image dimension, file size, and number of files in a folder, some photo images or folders take time to display.

Displaying the contents of the USB device may take some time depending on the content.

While accessing the USB device, do not disconnect power from the television or USB device as the data may be corrupted.

Depending on the file, playback may not be possible, refer to USB and DNLA Specifications.

Some photos and movies may be magnified, resulting in low picture quality. Depending on the size and aspect ratio, images may not be displayed in full screen.

It may take a long time to display a photo, depending on the file or settings.

If DigitalMediaPlayer cannot be found in the favourite’s apps, you can add it from the apps listing.

The USB ports on the television support FAT32 and NTFS file systems.

If your digital still camera does not work with your television, try the following:

  • Set the USB connection settings on your camera to Mass Storage.
  • Copy the files from the camera to a USB flash drive, then connect the drive to the television.