You know that one day you’re going to be able to set up your own “Yuehua Entertainment System,” where you can hook up your phone, TV, and other gadgets to a huge array of devices and then send the video stream to a small screen in the living room?
Well, you’re probably right, because the big screen could also become a “yuehuastation” (which means, as you say, a “zootainment”), if it can be controlled with an app.
In the meantime, it’s time to get started.
Here’s how to make your own, free-of-charge entertainment system that lets you connect your TV, phone, and the internet to the outside world.
Step 1: Set up your new “yuesource”First things first: You’ll need an Internet connection.
If you’re on a slow connection, you’ll need to switch to a slow speed connection.
You’ll also need a Wi-Fi access point and a TV.
If your Internet service provider is a bit slow, try setting up an account with one of the local Yuesource companies.
Step 2: Connect your phone to your TVFirst things second: The internet connection will need to be strong enough for the app you want to run, so make sure your phone can connect to a good Wi-FI connection.
(If you can’t use the internet, you can always use a cable modem instead.)
Once you’ve got a decent connection, connect your phone and TV to your computer, and then go to “Yuesource Settings.”
Step 3: Set the settingsOnce you’ve set everything up, go ahead and start the app, and your phone will show up as an option.
You can also select the “Live Stream” option to “broadcast live video” from your phone or TV to the remote, and “Watch Live Video” to “show your live video to your smartphone or tablet.”
Step 4: Set your timeNow that you’ve connected your TV and phone, it is time to set your TV’s and phone’s time.
You don’t need to worry about setting up a “Yuoastation,” as the app will automatically set your schedule.
To do that, just hit “Add,” and then “Time.”
Step 5: Connect the deviceIf you want a “big screen” in your living room, you could set up a TV that can be plugged into a big screen, or you could build your own remote, by creating a programmable remote for your phone.
The only thing you’ll have to do is set up the phone’s clock and calendar to automatically turn on and off as your TV or phone is turned on and turned off.
Step 6: Connect a deviceNext, you need to connect a device.
You will need a smartphone, a tablet, a computer, or a tablet/computer with a screen, and an Internet access point.
The phone and the tablet/pc should have a “connection,” or a network of devices that can connect and talk to each other.
You should also have a camera and a microphone that can record the live video stream.
The “YUOSource” app is one of many apps that can help you get started, but this one is one that will really get you going:The app is free to download, and it’s designed to be easy to set-up, as well as fun to use.
The app will be free to use for up to 30 days after its initial release, and you can also pay $1.99 per month to stay up-to-date on all the latest YUOSources and updates.
If you have any questions about setting-up your own entertainment system, or anything else that might come up while you’re in the field, you should check out these other topics.