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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pete504, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. pete504

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    I recently moved a video I made on my phone to my PC & when I play it in wm player there is no sound...What is wrong?
     

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    You need to install quicktime on your pc.
     
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    This. Or VLC Player.
     
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    I have quick time, but still no sound.............
     
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    I assume that when you play it on your phone there IS sound?
     
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    Yeah, sound on phone, but not when I open it on the computer. I just figured out that you need to re-associate all of your EVO video file .3gp extensions to open with QuickTime. I can't believe that Windows 7 media player can't do it!
     
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