No Sound When Playing Movies in an Android Device

Posted by Mayank on October 31, 2012 in Uncategorized

Some of our Android phone users have asked similar question – When is there no sound when I play a movie on my Android device. So, this is a quick and short post on how to resolve sound issue with Android devices when playing a movie.

The likely cause of no sound when playing a movie on an Android device is that there is incompatibility between your movies and your built-in video player on your device. You can use a fantastic app – MX Player to resolve such issues. MX Player is a movie playing app which can virtually handle any kind of video format.

Features of MX Player:

a) Hardware decoding to allow more number of videos to benefit from hardware acceleration.

b) Multi-core Decoding – MX Player is the first Android video player that performs multi-core decoding. According to the test results on dual-core devices, it shows up to 70% performance improvement than single-core devices.

c) Pinch to Zoom – Easily zoom in and out by pinching and swiping across screen.

d) Subtitle Scroll – Scroll on subtitle text and playback position will be adjusted to match previous or next subtitle timing.

e) Kids Lock – Keep your kids entertained without having to worry about making calls or touching other apps. (plugin required)

f) Android 4.1 Jelly Bean supported
Subtitle formats:

– DVD, DVB, SSA/ASS Subtitle tracks.
– SubStation Alpha(.ssa/.ass) with full styling.
– SAMI(.smi/.sami) with ruby tag support.
– SubRip(.srt)
– MicroDVD(.sub/.txt)
– SubViewer2.0(.sub)
– MPL2(.mpl/.txt)
– PowerDivX(.psb/.txt)
– TMPlayer(.txt)

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