Was PS Vita media server support a lie?

#1ucdplayaPosted 12/4/2012 3:55:59 AM
From a business stand point, It would be dumb to add this software feature, since it could take away potential sales from their store. The current PS3 firmware has Cinavia protection enabled, which makes its media player suck even more.

I have seen an image online showing DLNA support before the Vita launched last year. Yes, I am aware that we can do it remotely with a PS3, but I am only interested in native support. The PS3 was DLNA compliant before the launch of PS Store Video services, and I'm really surprised they haven't removed this feature like they did with otherOS yet.

Now that PS Store provides Video and Music services, will the PS Vita ever be DLNA compliant?

#2jaekidd1012Posted 12/4/2012 10:15:41 AM
Could have been something they decided to remove. I think the Vita should have DLNA so that the Vita will have some form of TV-out functionality.
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