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  1. Veritas4420

    Veritas4420 Android Enthusiast
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    I just started having a problem when I record videos. After anything I record, after I try and play the video it will not play. I've deleted the cache out of the camera and that did not work. Anyone happen to have any ideas to fix this issue?
     

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    Not a one. I have no problem playing videos - those I record and those I download. Check which your default video app is. Video Player works fine.
     
  3. Veritas4420

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    Well it seems to be working now. I fixed it by changing the saved location of Pictures/Videos from my SD card to internal storage and then back to the SD card. Videos are recording and playing as they should now.
     
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    Well scratch what I previously said fixed it. Was at a concert last night and recorded some videos and none of them will play.
     
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    Could be a bad SD card.
     
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