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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by seahawk789, Mar 28, 2011.

  1. seahawk789

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    Hi all,

    I recently purchased the Samsung galaxy apollo I5801. Its really the cheapest android mobile and I think its worth the price.

    However I don't feel that the video player shipped with it is that good. I mean the sound output of the player through head phones is very very low that I can hear even the loudest of noise just as a whisper. So are there any other video players out there in the market which produces good sound output with all the regular format support (XVID/H.264) etc for this mobile?

    Thanks in advance.
     

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    I use the stock Video Player and it works good. But there's also an mplayer ripoff called mvideoplayer.
     
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    go to market .. meridian player supports .subtitles too
     
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    Hi.. barqers.. Thanks for the tips.. u said u use "Stock Video Player" but where did u download it? I could not find it in the android market... Is it free?
     
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    Oh this stock video player usually comes installed on phones already. Did it not come installed with your phone?

    If you don't have one installed then it's hard to install the stock video player because you need to be rooted.

    Instead, I would use mvideoplayer from the android market! It works just as good :)
     
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    i like meridian its small and fast and plays almost anything and you can add .srt the only thing i dont like is that i cant change font size as i want and font.

    you can also try Mobo Player it uses a little more cpu/memory but it plays everything and .srt with custom fonts & sizes.
     

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