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    video proplem

    I have 2.9 on my fascinate phone doing ok. so to day my daughter sent me a video through tex mes. I try to see it but was unable to view it. If i take a video and play it back i have no proplem. My Q is this. Is there a setting i need to set somewhere on my phone to be able to view this video ? Thanks for your help......

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    You may have to download the video first, then view it from the download loacation.
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    how do download the video from my mess tex ?

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    From your text, with the text open, go to menu and select "attached items"
    see what that gives you. Funny, I just took a quick one and sent it to myself. It has broken up the video into many individual files that make the video. See if that is what you get.
    If not, once you download the file, go to your file manager and open the file from there. You can also try the gallery
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    Ok. When I was rooted with EC01 earlier today, I took a short video clip and sent it to myself (text). It was just like you said. I could not watch it. When I downloaded it, it broke out the video into individual files. I have never had that happen in the past. The video file from the text was saved as a .qcp file.
    So, I figured I would return to stock and see if it happened that way too. Well, during my return to stock I also got the 2.2 official update. I took a short video and sent it to myself (text). It saved as a 3gp file like normal and also played like normal.
    So, I would say it was most likely something in the modified kernal or rom you used. It was in my case anyways.
    I hope this helps.

    DejaVu

 

 

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