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Well after a few hours of tinkering around, I figured out how to do this. You have to use HTML5 video, so that is one thing. Then you need a mobile browser that supports auto-play, so FireFox needs to get installed. This is tricky, because you need the Google App store, so you need to install that. That requires going into developer mode, then installing a ...
I have alsp used Streamto me, Viewster – Movies,TV & Anime, Flipps TV – Movies, Music & TV and ArkMC to stream wirelessly from a phone or the server connected. Most liked Flipps TV – Movies, Music & TV, easy in usage, smooth, quick and supports a wide range of codecs.
Try also Bubble UPnP or ArkMC, they both have almost the same features the wireless streaming of media from the servers (UPnP/DLNA compatible) or locally from the devices on TV or game console. Just allow public sharing in internet network via Windows Media Player on your PC.
I've tested this on Android 5.0.1: Install this app: Convert GIF to Video & Share Open the app and select the GIF you want to convert. Choose 3gpp video codec. Tap the convert button. Done. Now you can send the video through WhatsApp.
Use a video player app, such as VLC for Android and MX Player.
You can do that in two ways just connecting your phone to the PC and transfer the media you need or use any application that can work as a remote controller, like Bubble UPnP or ArkMC, they both have almost the same features the wireless streaming of media from the servers (UPnP/DLNA compatible), here PC is a server or locally from the devices.
Try Bubble UPnP or ArkMC, they both have almost the same features the wireless playback and streaming of media from the servers (UPnP/DLNA compatible) or locally from the devices. All the formats are supported.
It was most likely an add video from an app. I find weird videos and pictures on my phone all the time and then later find out they go to an app. If you delete it, you will be fine. If it was important (probably not) the google store will re-download it. I don't think you have any reason to get worried about a virus. As a side note, Sarah Markel appeared in ...
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