Motorola Milestone :: Video Playback Supported Formats

Oct 5, 2010

Just curious it says that the phone supports MKV files but they do not play with the regular player. I do have a program to convert any video format to MP4 and have done that and it plays no problem with the default player. I've seen in another thread with the droid 2 it can play AVI's? What formats does the phone play? What player is the best that supports the most formats? For my computer I use VLC and that is the best damn player there is for my PC.

Motorola Milestone :: Video Playback Supported Formats


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