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i currently own a HTC Wildfire. I am well aware of its "lower" CPU speed than its HTC brothers, nevertheless, it is a great phone and I'm very happy with it.

I tried putting a mp4/m4p video (around 330mb) and the built-in video player crashed.

Can anyone guide me on the correct format/resolution I can use on this phone? Additionally, if I do have to convert an existing video, what software do I use?

I appreciate all inputs, thanks!

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Have you tried using VPlayer? It should handle any mp4, avi, divx, etc. video that you throw at it, without the need of converting it.

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sorry, haven't updated this in a while. Since i was only using the free 2GB MicroSD bundled with the phone, this was causing the problem. so I purchased a 16GB, this fixed the issue. thanks!

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You can accept your own answer. – Al E. Dec 4 '10 at 16:34
Your new card probably has a better data transfer rate. – Sparx Jan 3 '11 at 17:53

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