Connect Blu ray player to my tablet?

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I wonder if that's appropriate to be asked on this board, but I think I can get help here... I wanna to connect a blu ray driver to my android tablet via USB, what additional equipment I need? I dont mind spending money if it's possible...
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  • Profile picture of the author vigossqi
    Connect blu ray driver to tablet? why?
  • Profile picture of the author Tianzack
    Originally Posted by vigossqi View Post

    Connect blu ray driver to tablet? why?
    No why, just need to play some blu ray on my tablet...
  • Profile picture of the author vigossqi
    Originally Posted by Tianzack View Post

    No why, just need to play some blu ray on my tablet...
    You can convert the blu ray to your tablet compatible format: How to convert Blu ray to tablet | bdconverter.com
    What you need is a program called "blu ray ripper", do google search.
  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    Are you one of those guys that bought the casset adapters so that you could listen to cds on your casset player?
  • Profile picture of the author Ken Durham
    Originally Posted by garyv View Post

    Are you one of those guys that bought the casset adapters so that you could listen to cds on your casset player?
    Hey! Cassettes rule!
  • Profile picture of the author Rick B
    I can remember when there were only record players and reel-to-reel tape recorders/players. The reel-to-reels were nice though because they could play over 7 hours non-stop on their slowest speed.
  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    Originally Posted by Rick B View Post

    I can remember when there were only record players and reel-to-reel tape recorders/players. The reel-to-reels were nice though because they could play over 7 hours non-stop on their slowest speed.
    Let's not leave out the awesome 8-track player.
  • Profile picture of the author Gloriaivy
    Don't need to do that. Here is a guide for you to convert blu-ray to play on your Android Tablet.

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