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Gael Layec

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Bonjour

Je viens d installer un serveur nas synology.

L application ds video est genial sur smatphone.

Est ce que sur la tv lg il y a une application de ce type?

Je precises que j accedes bien au nas via le dnla mais je n ai pas le fun de l applis ds video (jaquette et synopsis ) merci par avance

Gael

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