NegativeSpace Posted July 28, 2010 Share Posted July 28, 2010 I have a 52" Samsung LCD that has all of those cool network features like DLnA all kinds of other services for RSS stock tickers and whatnot. The wireless adapter plugs into a USB port on the TV, which can be only be bought from Samsung. What I'm trying to figure out, is if this Samsung wireless adapter is a proprietary device, or if a regular USB 802.11G adapter will work. I haven't been able to find much good info on any of Samsungs support resources, which isn't surprising since they want me to buy their adapter and not one from somewhere else. Does anyone know anything about this? I don't know of any reason why a regular usb 802.11G adapter wouldn't work, other than that maybe the TV has software that identifies the MAC address of the adapter that you plug in to make sure it's the official Samsung product. Any ideas? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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