I sometimes download some TV stuff. The formats are MPEG-4 and AVI. I tried to just drag and drop them onto my XT720. When I tried to play them back, it didn't work. Are there any free video converters?
First time Android handset user. With the Galaxy S phones and their amazing Super AMOLED screens video quality looks spectacular. I would love to watch video files (namely anime) on my phone. What do you all recommend as the best video converting software for Android phones or namely the Galaxy S phones?
I'm in the process of planning to switch from a 64GB iPhone 4S to the Samsung Galaxy S3, and one of the things I will miss is the iTunes on-the-fly audio conversion for songs that are 256 kbps to 128 kbps, which allows me to put most of my 100+ GB music collection on the phone at once.
I dont think there are any PC based software that can do the same for Andriod, and even with a potential 96Gb on the phone at once, I don't think my song collection will fit unless I convert them to 128 kbps. So it appears my only solution is to actually convert my song library to 128 kbps (and store seperately) prior to moving them over to my phone.
Any PC based software that can do batch conversions from AAC 256 kbps to 128 kbps while maintainig all the metadata (lyrics, art, genres, etc)? I have over 12,000 songs so it has to be a batch process.
So here's the thing, my battery life before the update was incredible (20 + hours.) I received the update, and now by battery barely lasts 11 hours with little to no use at all. What's going on? Will Verizon give me a free new battery if I argue in the case of a defect?
Found a few threads about people having problems transferring their phonebook to their hands free kit in their automobile. Had the same problem myself - was able to connect and pair with the car kit. I was able to make and receive calls, but didn't have the phonebook.
Then yesterday, while setting in the car, I was going to re-pair the connection between the phone and car I noticed that in the Notification Bar that the car was asking permission to receive the phonebook from the phone. Opened the Notification and granted permission and clicked on always grant access (or something similar). Phonebook was then transfered. Haven't had a problem with it since...
I know this belongs in the "How To" section, I do, and I'm all for trying to keep things organized around here, but there's no denying that a lot more people will see (and therefore respond to) it here.I have 23MB of memory left on my phone. I can free up memory on my SD card easy enough just by pitching stuff like downloaded installs, vids, pics & music, but what can I pitch to free up PHONE memory?
Simply Lockscreen - Android app on AppBrain.I really like this new FREE screen locker replacement. There is no lag when unlocking anymore! You can also set your phone to vibrate directly from the lock screen now. Still could use some polish (larger clock?) but it hasn't been out that long. Hope the developer keeps working on it. Remember to disable the default screen locker or you'll have to unlock 2 every time. What do you guys think?
I am going to be spending a little time in Canada for work. I know that if I turn my phone on it will connect to the network and start downloading email, texts, etc. Before I leave for canada I want to set up my phone so that when I turn it on up there, it won't try to get my e-mails. I also want to find away to stay in contact with my wife through the wifi. I do have google voice, so is there a way to use that to talk to her? The hotel does have wifi so I need to be able to turn off 1x, 3g, 2g, or whatever the phone uses to connect to the network but leave the wifi on. I would love some suggestions on how to keep in touch with my wife without getting charged for it. When I am in the hotel I will be using skype to talk to her through my laptop, but I wont be in the hotel during the day.
I seem to remember the first time I opened the hotspot app on my phone it said it costs 20 dollars a month and then closed. I heard the update refreshed it somehow so I was just glancing around and decided to take a look. well after going through some settings it started, I immediately closed the app afraid I had charged 20 dollars but I am wandering if it still costs if they got rid of the notification that it costs, I thought you had to subscribe to it before you ran it so does that mean it's free now?
Ok, I finally got my invite, created the account, I chose to create a number for the free SMS. Now...im completely lost, how do I make free calls? Free SMS. It would be great if someone could give me a rundown on what the hells going on...sorry im not.."web savvy".
ok so i am rooted with FRG22 froyo build on my droid1 and i just recieved the OTA update (it didnt see the OTA build number), so i am wondering, if i installed this OTA will it brick my phone? i actually want this update to brick my phone because i just got done reading this story that says if you managed to brick your phone in the process of updating to froyo, they will replace your droid 1 with a droid 2!! so someone please tell me, will this brick my phone? also i already had my droid replaced once before i few months ago when i dropped it, will verizon still give me my Droid 2 replacement?link to this article i read : Droid Broken? Verizon's Willing to Step You Up to the Droid 2 for a Replacement | Android Phone Fans
Hope all of you are enjoying their X's as much as I am. Well anyways, I purchased a three pack of screen protectors from Go Wireless, a authorized Verizon retailer and after putting one on I wanted a different style. These only cover the part of the screen that lights up, not the rest of the glass if that makes sense. These do not cover the top where it says Motorola or the bottom where it says Verizon. So long story short, if you want em, hit me up and I will mail them to you free of charge.
I am looking for a bluetooth hands free car kit that can send stereo signal to car radio utilizing a wire to the aux input on the radio. I have a Motorola T-505 that does this with an FM signal, however I cannot get a clean FM frequency.