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what do I use to convert movies??

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21st January 2014, 12:25 AM   |  #1  
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I have a few movies on my laptop and transferred one to my phone movie plays but no audio. Movie is a MP4 I tried few different players and codec packs but still no audio.
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I have a few movies on my laptop and transferred one to my phone movie plays but no audio. Movie is a MP4 I tried few different players and codec packs but still no audio.


There are tons of players. One that I use and it's free is MX Player in the Playstore. MP4 should play on most any player. Are you sure you converted with audio?
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I have a few movies on my laptop and transferred one to my phone movie plays but no audio. Movie is a MP4 I tried few different players and codec packs but still no audio.

I second MX Player. I've tried many players and this one is the best. Most of the files I have are MP4 and MX Player plays them just fine.
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Thanks guys mx player it is
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How'd that MX Player work out for ya??
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Definitely MX player! It plays everything. I use it to watch movies in 1080 all the time. Looks amazing on this phone!

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