What is your top video player for Google Nexus 4? As usual, the default video player can’t play all the video file type. So I ran some tests on several video players like MoboPlayer, DicePlayer and MX Player. Finally, found out that DicePlayer is my first pick. Lot of video file types are supported like AVI, MOV, MKV, FLV, AVI, 3GP, 3G2, ASF, WMV, MP4, M4V, TS, MTP and M2TS. That’s almost all. And it is available free to download with no advertisement. So it is my best video player for Nexus 4′s 4.7″ WXGA IPS screen.
Top video player for Google Nexus 4
Posted by Jayce Ooi as Software
There is lot of stuffs you can do when you have root access to Samsung Galaxy Note II. Install an improved Samsung Galaxy Note 2 camera mod is one of them. Yes, you get a special modified camera with extra features and better video & audio quality. Example, camera volume up / down as shutter button, “Can’t use flash on low battery” alert disabled, better audio quality & video bitrate on camcorder…
Improved Samsung Galaxy Note 2 camera mod
Samsung Galaxy Note II 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED screen is great to watch movie, music video, TV series… You can play most of the 1080p Full HD video file types like MP4, WMV, AVI and MKV with built-in stock video player smoothly. So you just need to use another 3rd party video player to play RMVB and MOV video formats. There is lot of good free Android video player out there like MoboPlayer, DicePlayer, MX Player… Which one do you prefer?
Posted by Jayce Ooi as How to
Not everyone likes to read Samsung Galaxy Note 2 User Manual. So you might miss you this useful Samsung Galaxy Note II tip ~ disable capacitive Menu & Back buttons, Home button and touchscreen sensor during video playback. Enjoy movie, music video and TV series on your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 5.5″ HD Super AMOLED display without accidentally button touching anymore.
Lock mode in Samsung Galaxy Note 2 video playback
How to enable 720p video recording on Google Nexus 7? Yes, Nexus 7 has front camera and you can use it to take photo and video with the help of Camera Launcher for Nexus 7. By default, Nexus 7 can record 480p video format only. But you can enable 720p video recording with little of tweak. Note – root access is required.
720p video recording on Nexus 7