By Anton D. Nagy | June 11, 2010 9:22 AM
We’ve shown you some time ago How to Map Windows Vista’s Public Folder to Your Device and now, on the same note, by request, we’re going to show you how to set up and use DLNA between your HTC HD2 and Windows 7 PC, in four easy steps.
Prerequisites: As is, the application will need to use the following folder structure on your SD Card:
If you want to change that, rather than renaming and moving your folders, edit the samsung-mediaserver.ini file in the DLNA app folder (simply open it with Notepad) and change the configuration to reflect your status quo on the Storage Card.
Also, for this to work, your HD2 has to be connected via WiFi to the same Network as your Windows 7 PC.
Step 1: Download the DLNA server extracted from the Samsung Omnia 2 and save it anywhere on your PC. Extract the contents of the ZIP file and copy it to the root of your Device.
Step 2: Execute SamsungMediaServer.exe. It will run in the background and use up battery by keeping CPU and WiFi active until Soft Reset.
Step 3: On your Windows 7 PC, your HTC HD2 should show up either in Windows Media Player or in Windows Explorer’s Network.
Step 4: Use your Windows 7 PC’s Windows Media Player to access your HD2′s Media Library of Pictures, Videos and Music.
(Source: XDA Developers)