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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BigCiX, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. BigCiX

    BigCiX Well-Known Member
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  2. idilium

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    me too im wondering how is gona work and the prices on the items
     
  3. vapor311

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    crazy ass prices 9.99 for 2 year old flicks...they are out of thier damn minds...that god for xtorrent.
     
  4. BigCiX

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    insane!!!
     
  5. idilium

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    thats the problem they have a good thing going on and they screw it with crazy prices like that.
    i hope soon the market adjust to a better prices
     
  6. BigCiX

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    There's only a few old movies that I'm willing to pay that price for. One being Full Metal Jacket.
     
  7. sabrinas

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    Has anybody tried to watch previews in media hub, on mine it tells me that its an unsupported file format. Has anyone actually bought a movie yet and had it work? Just wondering:rolleyes:
     
  8. BigCiX

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    I still have to update my media hub
     
  9. Gamble1177

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    My media hub still says unavailable after the update.
     
  10. vapor311

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    i got drillbit taylor to preview dont get me wrong they look great but 10$ for a 2 year old flick i wouldnt have rented for a 1$ from redbox....they have lost their minds.
     
  11. cope

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    im sorry for everyone who flies
    Where do YOU live?
    i really have no interest in the media hub, thats what my puter is for. but tried it out just to see it work. installed, made an account and bought the cheapest thing i could find, an episode of south park for $1.99. downloaded fine and tried to watch it, but kept getting "Device does not support requested file type". the previews do seem to work though. not being able to watch videos downloaded through the media hub kinda defeats the purpose. per my experience, does not work.
     
  12. jopet216

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    "Not yet available, Please check again later" WTF??!! Don't really care about it. I've got Netflix for my movies.
     
  13. Eazail70x7

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    Try watching the videos through astro file manager. I downloaded a preview of toy story and it was a (.mkv file), so I got the same error. I then long pressed on it and selected open as video and it opened in th video player and woked (except sound)
     

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