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You can go to the play store and view the 'my apps' section. This should list your most recently updated apps. You can check the top 27 or so and see if it helps you determine, which one may be affecting video playback.


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If you are using a third party video player of your device,say, VLC Media Player, then go to setings>Apps>Manage Apps>VLC>Clear Data, and reset the data. Once done, use a system cleaner app like Cleaner Master and clear the Junk on your device. This should solve he problem. If the problem still persists, opt to reinstall the video player app.


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I have fiddled around and found that altering the decode mode from HW to SW or System player in BSPlayer fixes the issue! This also works for MXPlayer too. This results in the correct video ratio although it is not full width on a 1080p tv (just like my desktop) it is at least not stretched. I still don't get why Google Play Movies can play its native ...


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AOSP Video Playback Samsung's Touchwiz framework includes Samsung's own Video Player for Android. It's a decent player and covers a lot of different video formats. AOSP (Android Open Source Project) ROMs come with the 'Stock' video player, which does not seem to have the wide array of features that Samsung provide. Samsung Video Player APK: I found a ...



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