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Support Samsung I5700 Galaxy Spica has Divx!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Xenon, Nov 16, 2009.

  1. Xenon

    Xenon Well-Known Member
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    Samsung I5700 Galaxy Spica is available, brings DivX to Android - GSMArena.com news

    This is not big, this is HUGE. The first Android to support DivX!

    Now, given that Spica shares a lot with our toy, can we "borrow"
    its player like we can borrow stuff from Behold?
     

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  2. who uses divx anymore? where's the xvid support?
     
  3. Naruvam

    Naruvam Well-Known Member
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    Dvix could be step in right direction. Xvid support might not be far behind then.
     
  4. rubi76

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    Are you kidding? I'd love to have DivX. Xvid is a consequence :)
     
  5. true that
     
  6. bisanu

    bisanu Guest

    use joboshare mobile converter for easy converting
     
  7. Andronix

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  8. kyelewis

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    There is no difference- both DivX and xvid are just two different sets of players and encoders for the same type of video.

    Video encoded with DivX will (with maybe a few exceptions on the fringe) work on an xvid-based player, and vice-versa.

    Definately good news- but I expect this means the newer phone contains hardware playback support for DivX... you can't just port that over to the galaxy icon, unfortunately.
     
  9. kam187

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    Different processors, so no easy port :(
     

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