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This happened to my S3 and I got told to uninstall YT, reboot and install it again. Try that maybe?
Just download it with your Downloader and then use a File Explorer and search for that file. It should be anywhere inside either: Your usual Movies folder (very unlikely, though) or `Downloads' folder (also unlikely, but possible) A unique, created folder by the app itself (many downloaders do that) The "external data" folder (Android/data/<package ...
Search for screen mirroring apps like these: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobzapp.screenstream&hl=de&referrer=utm_source%3Dgoogle%26utm_medium%3Dorganic%26utm_term%3Dstream+android+screen+to+pc+app&pcampaignid=APPU_1UHGVL7jB5DXar2_gpAC ...
Do you mean virutal reality player like these? The VR Player https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stephanelx.vrplayer They are usually used for 3D.
Yes. Actually, the Nexus 5, with an 8MP sensor, can shoot video which is almost 4K with this app. However, 3 months on, Google has still not updated their Camera app to the Camera2 API, so the Nexus 5 cannot record in 4K using Google Camera.
avconv (libav tools) does the job perfectly, and relatively fast. It's a command level tool, I use it on Linux but I don't know if there is a Mac version. I have converted several captured TV movies (.ts format) to MPEG4 x264, at 2000 bitrate. On the XOOM side, MX-player plays it nicely, VLC (Beta version) chokes on it. Here is a sample conversion command: ...
Yes: Galaxy Y can play .mp4 videos. I'll tell you how to do that: The first thing you should do is download Mx Player from Playstore, install it and open the app. Enjoy your .mp4 videos!
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