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OK, I have searched dozens of threads and it seems they all come back to the same thing. I'm looking for someone to tell me if my deductions are correct. Movies must be stored ON the device or they will not play. There is no option to send them to the SD card.

Next, how do I delete the movie I did download? I can do it from ES file Explorer if that is the only way.

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i guess u need to "un-pin" the movie....
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i guess u need to "un-pin" the movie....
Holy crap . . that must be why it downloaded in the first place. So easy. I guess I tried to make it more difficult than it is...
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You can, if you have root access, cut and paste the .samsungvideohub folder onto your external from internal storage. The files will play, theres a subfolder then a numbered folder and inside the numbered folder a .pyv file eg. titanic.pyv. The .pyv files are the video files and will play on most players.
You must have root access to to see inside the hidden folder....
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