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Windows 7: Can Android's user run any video files on laptop via Bluetoo pairing ?

22 Jan 2015   #41
strollin

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That question might be better asked at a forum dealing directly with MX Player: MX Player - XDA Forums


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24 Jan 2015   #42
Hadramawt

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
That question might be better asked at a forum dealing directly with MX Player: MX Player - XDA Forums
Thanks a lot,
Yes, I have posted my question there before I asked you, however, no one replied to me so far.

I have never ever come accros such a forum at which no one replied so far.

[Q] XM player cannot play video format 'Flv' on Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570I - XDA Forums
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24 Jan 2015   #43
strollin

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Here's a link to the MX Player website: https://sites.google.com/site/mxvpen/

There are codecs available but the developer says you shouldn't need a codec unless the player asks for one on startup. Did you get asked for a codec?

I tried using MX Player to watch a FLV video and it worked fine for me with no additional codecs.
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24 Jan 2015   #44
Hadramawt

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Thanks a lot,
No, I have never been asked to do that, although I have installed the latest version of MX player.
When working with you let me ask myslef, maybe your mobile phone is different than mine. My mobile phone is Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570I.
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26 Jan 2015   #45
Hadramawt

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
Here's a link to the MX Player website: https://sites.google.com/site/mxvpen/

There are codecs available but the developer says you shouldn't need a codec unless the player asks for one on startup. Did you get asked for a codec?

I tried using MX Player to watch a FLV video and it worked fine for me with no additional codecs.
Thanks a lot i have tried openning the link from my android mobile. However no video codecs are shown. And this is the screen sthot below:


there are other codecs but not video codecs.
I need flv codecs to be installed. I don't find any video codecs at all.

https://sites.google.com/site/mxvpen/download


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26 Jan 2015   #46
Hadramawt

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Could you please address this problem if you have a solution?
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27 Jan 2015   #47
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

The codec packages for MX Player don't address specific video types like FLV, they are specified by the cpu type of your phone. If you weren't asked to install a codec when you first ran MX Player then the default codec should be all you need. I have no explanation as to why your phone cannot lay FLV files.

If you know the cpu of your phone and see a codec package listed for that cpu, then you could try to install it. Other than that, I don't know what elese you could do other than convert those FLV files to another video format you can play on your phone.
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27 Jan 2015   #48
Hadramawt

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
The codec packages for MX Player don't address specific video types like FLV, they are specified by the cpu type of your phone. If you weren't asked to install a codec when you first ran MX Player then the default codec should be all you need. I have no explanation as to why your phone cannot lay FLV files.

If you know the cpu of your phone and see a codec package listed for that cpu, then you could try to install it. Other than that, I don't know what elese you could do other than convert those FLV files to another video format you can play on your phone.
Thanks a lot. I really don't know the cpu of my android device since i don't have much knowleage with mobile phones. Even if i had known it, what would this do as long as there no thing related to cpu on that codecs downloafs. Have you seen my screen shot
some memeber at MX player forum told me
Flv video files should be played if they are coipied to MX player. But this is impossible since there are not on xm player .however they are accessed from my windows media player network server. I don't why such users suggist such things not reasnable, although they know that i am accessing video files from media streaming. Do they only want to post without concentrating.
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27 Jan 2015   #49
strollin

W10 Pro desktop, W10 laptop, W10 laptop, W10 Pro tablet (all 64-bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hadramawt View Post
... I really don't know the cpu of my android device since i don't have much knowleage with mobile phones. Even if i had known it, what would this do as long as there no thing related to cpu on that codecs downloafs. Have you seen my screen shot ...
On your screen shot, each codec states something like "ARMv5" or "Tegra2" or something like that. That is the cpu that codec package is for.
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27 Jan 2015   #50
Hadramawt

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by strollin View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Hadramawt View Post
... I really don't know the cpu of my android device since i don't have much knowleage with mobile phones. Even if i had known it, what would this do as long as there no thing related to cpu on that codecs downloafs. Have you seen my screen shot ...
On your screen shot, each codec states something like "ARMv5" or "Tegra2" or something like that. That is the cpu that codec package is for.
Thank you so much indeed.
NOTE: Strollin. My MX player on my phone can Play FLV files if I have copied the files into my Phone card. However, as said before, I was playing the Video files via ANDLAN client, and when prompted as to which player can play them, I chose 'MX player' . In this case MX player couldn't play the FLV files at all.

You have said in one post of yours that you have tried using MX Player to watch a FLV video and it worked fine for yoiu with no additional codecs.

I would like you to kindly confirm for me if you watched a FLV video file via Media streaming(I.e. you have used ANDLNA client to get access for video files, and then you prompted as to which player can play them? Or you copied those FLV files to you device and them watch them using MX player.

Yes, as I was told that MX player:
a) do these FLV files play properly in MX if you copy them to the device?
b) SW, HW, or HW+ mode?
c) What device and ROM?

Finally: Do you have any program or steps to how to know the CPU of my android device?
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