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What Movies are on your Droid?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JTAC, Dec 6, 2009.

  1. JTAC

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    so how would i go about getting these to work on my phone ?
     
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    you just create a video folder on your phone and just put the video of your choice into that folder and your set. Plain and simple.
     
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    do i set that by hooking phone to computer and simply making a video folder there??? and then just moving the files above into there ?
     
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    yes. plug into the usb port with you pc... in the nottification bar on your droid select mount usb drive. it shold pop up on your pc as a usb drive then.

    copy the files into a new folder of your liking!

    recommend getting 'Astro' or 'oi file manager' for navigating to the files and getting 'Video Player' or 'Meridian' as alternative player to the built in one if something won't play. I noticed the built in player can be so picky as to not recognize a file cause the extension is in caps.
     
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