I'm finally giving in and getting a smart phone. I got an iPad 2 (wifi only w/16gigs memory) for Fathers Day a couple of years ago (so obviously I use it the least in the family) and my wife has an iPhone 4. I'm trying to decide between getting an iPhone for myself, or a Samsung Galaxy SIII. The one big advantage of the Galaxy is that it can take a microSD card. I'm thinking that on car trips, if I have a Galaxy loaded with tons of movies (thanks to a 64gig SD card) for my boys to watch (they're to young to read in the car yet) I MIGHT be able to stream from the Galaxy to the iPad so I don't have to play the "what movies will the 2 y.o. want to watch this trip" game. I could have them all on my phone and just keep trying till I find what he wants to watch this time.
So my question is this: Is it possible, with the right combination of apps, to use an Android phone as a DLNA server and an iPad as a DLNA client, and connect via bluetooth? So far, everything I've seen that might come close to doing this (OnkyoRemote or media:connect are two that seem likely)requires that the two devices be on the same wifi network, but I haven't seen anything yet that would work when there is no wifi present.
Is what I'm asking allowed, or are there other ways of having a library of movies available to the iPad that exceeds the iPad's memory?