Pay attention to the Devices panel. After the first launch, you’ll see all the devices from your local network that have DAEMON Tools Ultra, DAEMON Tools Lite or Catch! installed. Check out Catch! settings and learn how to configure them.

Adding devices to Device panel

To add the device that is not on the Device panel, you need to right click the Device panel and pick Find & add network devices.


DAEMON Tools Ultra scans the network first, then shows the list of available devices. Pick the one you want to add and press OK.

If the needed device is not on the list, you can enter its IP address and add the device manually.


Note, that you can rename the device that is on Device Panel

Removing devices from Devices panel

To delete the device from Devices panel right-click a certain device, then pick Forget this device. Or you can press the X in the top right corner of device icon.


Once you delete the device it won’t show up after you refresh the Devices panel (manually or after the auto-refresh). If you want to add the device back to Device panel, use the Find & add network device option from the contextual menu. Check out Adding devices.

Sending files

To send a file or folder with files, choose the relevant option from the context menu of the device.


Note, that you can open the folder with received files if you choose Open storage folder in the contextual menu of the device on a Device Panel

Another way to send is to simply drag the desired file to a certain device in the Device panel. If the Share files from Explorer to network devices option is enabled, you can send files to the devices without the necessity to open DAEMON Tools Ultra. Just right click the file or folder and pick the recipient:


Press Refresh to freshen up the list of possible recipients.

After DAEMON Tools Ultra 5.9 release, you can stream videos from your PC that has DAEMON Tools Ultra installed to Android TV with Catch! TV. A built-in Catch! player supports the following video formats: MP4, Matroska, MPEG-TS, MPEG-PS, FLV.

However, if you prefer watching videos in other players, here is the list of Android TV players that Catch! gets along with: VLC for Android TV, MX Player TV (you need to activate HW+ decoder (network) option in Decoder settings to stream with Catch!. Click on the 3-dot menu in the top-right corner of the player => Tools => Settings => Decoder), Kodi, FFPlayer TV, Night Player, nPlayer, Pie player, Sun Player.