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What about an app like Android Video Protector? It is advertised as being exactly what you're looking for: How to protect video files on Android Platform? Android Video Protector Solution contains two software, there are Android Video Protector and PPVM Video Player. Android Video Protector is a video encryption software running on Microsoft Windows ...


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You can create an encrypted zip file of that video and set it to automatically unzip and play the video upon entering the correct password. Zip4j is an open-source Java library that supports encrypting/decrypting zip files, since default Android Java libraries don't have it. This is more of a workaround because it will not directly encrypt the video, but ...


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Encrypting a video, this sounds fascinating. I would like to share an approach that I think can be used here: Get the byte-array of the video in your test project. Copy this(byte-array) into your target-project as a variable Now your target-project has the video, in form of a byte-array. To add password, convert the password-string to a byte array. Now to ...


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Try using Multi-Mount SD Card Lite in order to mount your Internal SD as well as your External SD as removable devices on your computer. After you do this, you may use Recuva in order to check if any permanently deleted files are recoverable or not. This software will also help you recover as much data as possible from both your Internal SD as well as your ...



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