bCODA Jak

bCODA Jak

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Make Your PC, TV, AUDIO System Smarter
Stream Content via Jak

The Jak is a multi-share, streaming device that lets you share STORED content from your smartphone or tablet. Plug in the Jak into to any electronic device with a built-in USB port to wirelessly link your smartphone or tablet to share document files, videos, photos, and music.

Jak is a unique USB/WiFi device that works with any USB-enabled host product, such as SmartTVs, home or car audio systems and PCs.

This App is exclusively used with the Jak. It allows you sort through your smartphone’s digital files and organize them into playlists. Then stream the playlist content wirelessly via Jak to be played on your television, PC or even audio system.

Use Jak and Jak app to:

Play and even copy music, photos, video clips, and even documents from your smartphone to the PC and even back to your phone*, just like a USB memory drive. Content linked to cloud services can also be downloaded to the phone and streamed.

Want to listen to the music from your phone through your car or home stereo system? Create a playlist and play audio files without loss of audio integrity. You can even link multiple phones and quickly switch from one to another instantly.

Feel the need to share your latest video or photos? Plug in Jak to your TV or other USB-based display device and stream it. Jak support full HD (1080p) video clips.

Have a presentation? If it’s on your phone or tablet, plug in the Jak into a projector and you’re off. With Jak, you can even access or download the files from cloud storage to your smartphone or tablet and present it via Jak.

How Jak is different:

Jak is a unique innovative product that allows you to access the contents from your smartphone by wirelessly receiving files in real-time. Files that are stored in your smartphone and/or tablet are converted to USB memory format to allow transmission to the host device.

There are several other devices that play on-line contents and displays them through HDMI enabled TVs and Monitors.

Jak can be used with any electronic device that supports regular USB memory (such as PC, televisions, IPTV set-top box, projector, car audio, etc). Files can be played on the Jak-plugged device using the controls of that product.

*Feature coming soon

(bCODA, bcoda, JJak, Jak, DLNA, ChromeCast, Chrome Cast, Google Cast)

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Recently changed in this version

############### 2.0.21 ###############
New Firmware (v1.1.6 bug fix)

############### 2.0.19 ###############

New UI. : Help added.

############### 2.0.17 ###############

some bug fixed

############### 2.0.16 ###############

New UI. New Firmware

############### 2.0.14 ###############

New UI. : Photo List

############### 2.0.13 ###############

[Firmware]

- Writeable

[App.]

- Writeable << beta >>
- Multi-selection (long touch)


Comments and ratings for bCODA Jak
  • (50 stars)

    by Mario Alberto Saborío on 02/10/2014

    I use the stick in my car to provide wireless capabilities to my OEM Audi head unit. The system works flawlessly. The app is fast, reliable and the possibility to control it directly from my car head unit is priceless. Audio quality is pretty good, and the latest app update added the option to use the Jak with mobile networks (meaning that the phone connects to the Jak via Wlan and simultaneously

  • (50 stars)

    by Jin O Hong on 09/08/2014

    Use it

  • (50 stars)

    by Gauthier Ranner on 09/08/2014

    Nice in the car without bluethoot second generation to connect music, but unfortunatly no streaming yet, only folders all ready in phone. Should Improove connectivity with 3g4gwifi.

  • (50 stars)

    by Seongman Cho on 18/05/2014

    Awsome

  • (50 stars)

    by Sandeep Jain on 24/01/2014

    Ooooooookkkkk

  • (50 stars)

    by Kels Long on 14/10/2013

    This is some bullshit

  • (50 stars)

    by Zeb Atlas on 04/10/2013

    GREAT

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