Under Consideration

Compatibility > Support for media streaming - UPNP or DLNA (ex: Kodi, Plex, Sonos, PlayStation...)

Thanks to Lima I now have a 1 TB networked hard drive with lots of media in it. I (naively) assumed Lima would support media streaming.

So, how about it, support for streaming media - UPNP or DLNA?

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no - at the Moment just via Windows/Mac Client or the App on your Smartphone...

Videos/Photos/Music can also be accessed by Chromestick (via mobile-phone)

Comments (37)

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just to confirm this in layman terms - i use Sonos but currently I am unable to store files on my Lima and then access them for play via Sonos - correct?

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Yes you are correct, no access for sonos, streaming to smart tv is desperately needed, I currently have every media file on lima but also have to have anything I want to stream to tv around the house copied over to a separate dlna server, if this is not rectified soon my two lima devices will be appearing on eBay

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Don't trust Lima with your expectations about how good their devices will be. Wait a few more years, see if any of their products actually make it out of beta before Lima releases a newer version and stops supporting the original.

I made this feature request two years ago - it's still 'under consideration' and they're about to release the Lima Ultra: "Lima Ultra - everything you expected the original Lima to be."

Lima - A shoddy product from a shoddy company.