information, see Play music from a storage device with iTunes server on page
•Media Server Name. Click the Click here to change the Device Name link to
change the access point/router media server name (see Router mode: Change
the access point/router network device name on page 112).
Note: If you change the media server device name, you can also change the
LAN device name and the ReadySHARE storage folder access path. If you want
to keep the access path as \\readyshare, do not change the media server
7. To scan for new media files immediately, click the Rescan media files button.
Only a shared folder with All – no password with Read Access can be scanned for
Note: The access point/router automatically scans for media files whenever new
files are added to your ReadySHARE USB storage device, that is, the Content Scan
Automatic radio button is selected.
8. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved.
Play music from a storage device with iTunes
iTunes server lets you play music from a USB device that is connected to the USB port
on the access point/router with iTunes on your Windows-based or Mac computer or
with the Apple Remote app on your iPhone or iPad. You can also use the Apple Remote
app from an iPhone or iPad to play music on any AirPlay devices, such as Apple TV or
Supported music file formats are MP3, AAC, and FLAC. The maximum number of music
files supported is 10,000.
Set up the access point/router’s iTunes server with iTunes
You can play music from a USB device that is connected to the USB port on the access
point/router with iTunes on your Windows-based computer or Mac using Home Sharing.
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