January 26, 2015

Media Hub Updates for Epic Works for Other Galaxy S Devices!

I woke up to a message from our friends over at AndroidFeens.com telling me that the Samsung Media Hub update that the Epic got yesterday works on the other Galaxy S devices!  Needless to say, they had an .apk for download and installation!

We can confirm that this indeed does work on the T-Mobile Vibrant, and is pretty snazzy!  A big thank you to AndroidFeens.com for giving us this tip, make sure to check out their article using the links above, and get updating your Media Hub!



17 Comments

  1. Jeregano
    Reply

    My captivate came with the media hub app installed. It still says coming soon. What is updated in this media hub??

    • Justin
      Reply

      The media hub you currently have will not work until you carrier officially supports it. What this is, is the Sprint supported version of the app and it works well on my Vibrant

  2. Deus Invictus
    Reply

    I just tried installing it on a MyTouch 3g with CM 6 and it worked, well it installed and opens, haven’t tried doing much with it yet.

  3. Thomas
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    worked for me too (vibrant), set~up looks ok. I like the format, but as the media grows will it become a pain to go through. Also just wondering, if we buy a movie, can we port it to our tv or computer unlike avatar???

  4. ryan
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    the hub works great on my vibrant but when i purchased a tv show and downloaded it and tried to play it it said “this device does not support the format” ill just wait for the update

    • damon
      Reply

      @Thomas you have the same phone as I do and the exact same thing happened to me. I purchased a TV show and while it downloaded and charged my card just fine…it said the same thing about device not being supported..

  5. Dan
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    Just downloaded the media hub from the link above for my T-mobile Vibrant. Looks great but when I purchase Apollo 13, the app took my money but after downloading the movie I got the message “Device does not support requested file type”. Sucks for me. I’m out the $3.22 for the rental unless I am somehow able to play it in the next 29 days. Any suggestions?

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