"I've downloaded an MP4 onto my Android SD card. When I go to play it I'm met with 'Sorry, this video cannot be played'. But it is said that MP4s are supposed to be OK on Android phones. Send me you help please"
Although an Android phone is compatible with MP4 video files, it also requires the file to be encoded in the way that is recognized by your particular phone model. Some MP4 videos are not supported to play on your Android due to the failure of reorganization. So, if you want to play an MP4 that is encoded improperly, you need to convert it to the compatible one first. Android Video Converter is the one making this conversion.
Android Video Converter
can transfer videos to MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, 3GP, FLV, MGP, etc. with 30X faster conversion speed and no quality loss. Also, it provides optimized default settings for most Android phones, including Samsung, HTC, LG and so on. You can truly believe in this professional program and easily handle this simple-to-use software. Now, follow the easy guide below to transfer MP4 videos files to your Android phones.
How to Covnert MP4 Videos to Android Phones
Step 1. Run the Video Converter on your PC
Step 2. Import MP4 Files to the Program
Step 3. Choose an Android Supported Output Format
Step 4. Convert and Play MP4 Video Files on your Android Phones
Tutorial: How to Play MP4 files on Android Phones
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