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    Default WMV Files on the TP?

    Tried to load some digital copies of movies I have onto my TP, but it wouldn't recognize said files. Anyone know a workaround with this?

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    Default Re: WMV Files on the TP?

    Go to the app store and download an app called QQPlayer.

    I've have it on both my TF101 and TF201. Works great on WMV files unless you have some strange encoding.

    BTW - it's free
    Last edited by BUNK; 06-13-2012 at 10:56 PM. Reason: Additional information
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    Default Re: WMV Files on the TP?

    Quote Originally Posted by MA2GA28 View Post
    Tried to load some digital copies of movies I have onto my TP, but it wouldn't recognize said files. Anyone know a workaround with this?

    Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using Tapatalk 2
    a good one is mx videoplayer
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    Default Re: WMV Files on the TP?

    QQPlayer is good, as BUNK stated. As are MoboPlayer and RockPlayer. I used to use my phone for video all the time, but, I haven't in a really long time. If I recall, I used MoboPlayer as my default after exploring all the various options.
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    Default Re: WMV Files on the TP?

    If those are encrypted digital copies (which is what it sounds like) they won't work.

    Best video player I've used is Dice Free, but I'll check out QQPlayer.

    However, the best all around video player is the stock Touchwiz player on the Galaxy Tabs because of the SRS implementation for 5.1 audio. Without it, it's like I can't shove my earbuds into my ears far enough to hear clearly if there's any ambient noise (eg, on a commuter train). I can't find any audio volume booster app without root.
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    Default Re: WMV Files on the TP?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cobravision View Post
    If those are encrypted digital copies (which is what it I can't find any audio volume booster app without root.
    For your volume issue, use Volume+. It works great. Just be careful when making changes because I have heard of people blowing out their speakers. No root necessary

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