Enable home sharing on the iPad
Tuesday, July 26, 2011/
The iPad is a great way to consume entertainment and media, including videos and music. But with limited storage capacity, many users find they have trouble accessing everything they want to.
One of the ways you can get around this is by enabling Home Sharing, the in-built technology within iOS that allows you to stream music and media from your home computer.
To enable Home Sharing on the iPad, open the Settings app. Then, scroll down to the “iPod” feature on the left-hand side.
There, under the first few options you should see a label that says “Home Sharing”.
There, input your Apple ID and password, and make sure you enable Home Sharing on your iTunes home computer.
Then, you’ll be able to share media over a wireless network using the Home Sharing feature.
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