How do I charge the MediaFlair battery?
MediaFlair comes with a built-in lithium-polymer battery and should be charged before first use. To charge the devise, plug the micro USB-to-USB, cord provided into a computer or a powered USB hub. You can also use any USB to AC power adapter commonly used with Apple products.
After first charge, you can also recharge the MediaFlair in your car with the 12V charging adapter that comes with the devise.
What is the MediaFlair battery time between charges?
MediaFlair provides up to 4 hours of continuous battery time per charge, depending upon usage. For example, with a fully charged MediaFlair, continuously streaming a standard definition movie to an iPad will provide about four hours of operation before needing a recharge. Streaming an HD movie will provide about three hours of operation with a full battery charge. Also, depending on the number of users connected, operation time can vary.
Where do I get the MediaFlair app?
For Apple iOS devices: Free MediaFlair App can be downloaded from the Apple App Store.
For Android devices: Free MediaFlair App can be downloaded from Google Play.
For Kindle Fire: MediaFlair App can be found on Amazon
What Apple iOS versions are supported?
The MediaFlair works with all versions of iOS; from iOS 4.2 and above.
What Android OS versions are supported by MediaFlair?
The MediaFlair app works with Android OS 2.2 up to Jellybean.
What file systems are supported by Media Flair?
MediaFlair supports FAT32 and NTFS. Pre-formatted SDHC from any SD card manufacturer supports the FAT32 file system.
Can I use MediaFlair’s Wi-Fi while plugged into USB power?
Yes, you can simultaneously use Wi-Fi while MediaFlair is plugged USB power. When MediaFlair is plugged into the USB port of a computer, the battery charge indicator light will be red if not fully charged otherwise the light will remain blue. To use Wi-Fi during charging, the power switch must be turned on if the Wi-Fi indicator light is not currently on.
Does MediaFlair provide access to the Internet?
MediaFlair provides access to the internet only through Bridge Mode.
What SD cards does the MediaFlair support?
MediaFlair is designed to support all SD, SDHC, and SDXC cards. An 8GB SDHC Class 10 card is included with the device. MediaFlair does not require a specific speed class of SD cards, however, we recommend class 10 speeds or higher for best performance. You can use up to 32GB SD cards as comes from the card manufacturer. Note that SD cards larger than 64GB and up to 2TB will require formatting into FAT32 for use with MediaFlair.
What video file formats will MediaFlair play?
MediaFlair is a file storage and sharing device, not a player, and will serve any type of file. It is up to the smartphone, tablet, or client device to play the file. If the native player on your device can play a certain video file, it will probably also work when the file is provided via MediaFlair. For personal media files that will not play, generally there is third party software available to convert the file format and players for specific formats.
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