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General Videos on SD card with no audio

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by K_love0x, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. K_love0x

    K_love0x Newbie
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    On my old SD card from my previous phone i had videos of my son and when i put that SD card into my Eris the videos play but don't have audio.. my levels on ringer and media are all the way up but still no sound.. I then changed from my old SD card that was 512mb to the 8 GB that came with the phone and still no luck.. i can play the videos on my computer through the SD card but they don't through my phone.. can someone please help? I have some very priceless moments of him since birth to now and he's about to turn 2. thanks!
     

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  2. akrzmarzick

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    You're the third person who has reported this issue and it appears as if none of us are getting answers...

    Did you ever figure this out?
     
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  4. K_love0x

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    akrzmarzick- no i still have not figured it.. the videos were taken on my EnV2 so i figured it was that.. the videos are really grainy but i dont want to delete them bc they are of my son since birth and he's turning 2 in 2 weeks lol.

    Ofthedamned - I will give that a try thanks!
     
  5. tarathomassmith

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    This works!! I was having the same problem on my HTC Hero, and came here looking for answers. I didn't use the iphone converter, but rather Format Factory (Format Factory - Free media file format converter, it's an awesome program that I use regularly and well worth the free download). I converted the video to .mp4 and the audio came right back. I'm not sure what other formats would work, but probably all the ones my laptop regularly handles - avi, wmv, etc.
     

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