Disable DLNA on Android devices

Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a connectivity standard that enables media file sharing across multiple electronic devices.

Through DLNA, devices using the same network may send inappropriate content to the screens of their Android devices. Eg Photos and videos.

On many Android devices, this feature is enabled by default and you can display content on your device via DLNA with the eHomeMediaCenter and BubbleUPnP applications.

Below are the procedures required to disable this feature on Android devices.


Click on Settings, select Applications. if the option appear, Click on All.


Select eHomeMediaCenter.


Click on clic en Disable.


Select OK for the Deactivate applications question. integrated


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