Stream Audio from FreeNas to Android with DAAP and Bluetooth

We love creating FreeNAS vids, especially when we get to use our Android in the process. Here is how you can stream your Music Library from FreeNAS to your Droid using the Android Market freebie: “DAAP” by “Miceli Bros”. It’s easy to setup, but I do recommend editing your FireFly WebGui from your NAS and adding Smart Playlists, I add mine by Genre. 

Well organized playlists make’s Miceli’s DAAP even more effective. This was easily the best solution I could find trying to solve my ‘media from freeNas to android” problem. It is a little slow to get setup, but once you setup some playlists, you could feasibly use this as the party DJ… I would have paid for this app. Maybe if enough interest is shown, we could get Miceli to develop the same app for VIDEO STREAMING from FreeNAS to the Android :) 

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Booya Gadget

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Booya Gadget

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Playlist

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Playlist

 

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Music

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly Music

In this video, I also show you how to connect your Android to your home stereo using the Sony 2 way
Bluetooth adapter ( HWS-BTA2W )sony 2 way bluetooth adapter booya gadget android freenas bluetooth 

freeNAS Android Stream Audio DAAP Firefly sony bluetooth 2 way adapterIf you’re curious about Audio Streaming Protocol DAAP’s history, this is worth a quick read.  Information about the DAAP application can be found at the Android Market ( search DAAP ) or on the developer’s site: Android DAAP Audio Stream 

More Links:
More Android at the Booya Gadget Android Blackberry Page on our Blog:
Booya Gadget Android YouTube Playlist
Booya Gadget FreeNAS YouTube Playlist 

Free Booya Gadget Android PS3 Theme :) 

And Here is a detailed video walkthrough!

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About the Author: I'm am a multi-platform tech enthusiast with Droid, Windows, and Mac / iOS, and some Linux and Raspberry Pi etc.. Published a few windows phone apps, and android apps. I love tech and gadgets. Professionally I typically work in I.T. as a SQL developer.

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  1. BooyaGadget says:

    Now I just need a reliable video streaming app to stream the library from freeNAS…