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Need App to run WMV video format on BlackBerry KEYone

sub101uk
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I changed over my BlackBerry 9900 to a BlackBerry KEYone and had on the SD card a few videos in WMV format they would run fine on the BB9900 but when I try to run the same files on the KEYone it comes up with   " Cant Open File " So its clear I need a app to run . Can someone give me the heads up on what site I need to down load the App from . MP4 files run fine . So should I convert the WMV files to MP3 or just down load a app to run WMV files on the KEYone .

 

Many Thanks

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Try MX Player.
I've never found anything it wouldn't play.
VLC is another good one.
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@sub101uk

I really think you need to be asking this on the Blackberry forums

https://forums.crackberry.com/

I can't think of one current member here who has a Blackberry phone....Sorry

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Try MX Player.
I've never found anything it wouldn't play.
VLC is another good one.
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I’d suggest VLC like it has been mentioned above. I’ve used it previously for a couple of Samsung phones I used to have & I found it rather good 

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Since blackberry is Android there should be no problem as said. Vlc media player and mx player. Winamp can too.
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sub101uk
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Many Thanks Guys for the information I will find the URLs for the sites and down load a copy , The only other way I can think of is down loading the files to my desk top then converting to MP4 then reloading the files back onto the KEYONE .

 

Cheers

 

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Just download from the Play store app on your phone.
No need to search URL's etc.
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Many thanks for the info I installing a copy of VLC and it now works fine on WMV files .
Cheers
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Good to hear wink
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