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External HDD - Linksys e4200 Router - Samsung TV

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#1 jbellx3


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Posted 12 August 2015 - 12:19 PM

I currently have an external HDD hooked up to my Linksys e4200 router. I use the media server(twonkey) to my TV through enthernet cable from router. I have constant problems with the built in media server, but it work perfect when plugged directly into my TV usb port from HDD. With that being said, I would like to update my router to a dd-wrt build and will lose the media player. 


I would like to know how I can plug in two USB cables into my external HDD. One will come from router so I can back up CPU, transfer movies, etc over my WIFI network. The other USB I would like to go straight into my TV to watch movies without any issues. How can I do this?

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