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wannabee
07-19-2011, 07:26 AM
to whomsoever ti may concern

i recently brought a new phone samsung galaxy pop , my problem is i cant see movies in it , when i transfer the a . avi format movie it does not play , i even installed real player on my phone , pls help me as to what i shouyld do , awaitng your reply

dvdcatalyst
07-19-2011, 09:57 AM
Try installing RockPlayer/MoboPlayer or vPlayer to play AVI files, otherwise convert your videos to MP4 format, and you can use the build-in Gallery app to play your videos.

SLAG IT!
07-19-2011, 11:48 AM
You can also try QQ player. It's free in the android market.

FoxrealVideo
09-08-2011, 03:08 AM
avi is a container format, this means it can contain different audio or video codec, we can't be sure all the avi formats supported by android players. if you don't want to spend money, just install a qq player, it seems supporting more formats than others

if you have many videos to deal with, i suggest you use Foxreal video converter (http://www.foxreal.com/video-converter/), it's an all-in-one video tool, helping you convert any videos for your devices, it also allows you to edit videos with cropping, trimming, removing interlace, adding watermark, replacing audio etc

Janet11
09-14-2011, 04:34 AM
+1 RockPlayer/MoboPlayer, or else you have to convert your videos to MP4 format by some tools.
This free aneesoft video converter (http://www.aneesoft.com/win-free-video-converter.html) seems can do this converting...

SLAG IT!
11-12-2011, 12:45 PM
All great advice

lindalucky123
03-28-2012, 10:15 PM
i think they would be caused by 2 reasons: 1. try to use another player
2. check out the right video format your phone support first. AVI may not supported. if so then you need convert it first

Skunk Fox
03-29-2012, 10:47 AM
There is no need to install a video player, but that is more convenient than to convert videos.

chris198810
03-29-2012, 08:02 PM
There is no need to install a video player, but that is more convenient than to convert videos.

But in my experience there's no video player that can handle HD videos well like 720p/1080p MKV movie. In that case, convert video your to a proper format is the only choice. I've batch converted a bunch of HD videos for my Galaxy with Brorsoft Video Converter. Well, I also installed a Rockplayer for wathcing some common files.

Skunk Fox
03-30-2012, 09:19 AM
But in my experience there's no video player that can handle HD videos well like 720p/1080p MKV movie. In that case, convert video your to a proper format is the only choice. I've batch converted a bunch of HD videos for my Galaxy with Brorsoft Video Converter. Well, I also installed a Rockplayer for wathcing some common files.

Yes, but I only said video players are more convenient :D

Also, 1080p videos on a 240p screen? Not a wise selection of video resolution.

chris198810
03-30-2012, 07:54 PM
You're right.