Yes, I love Android on HTC HD2. I cannot play DivX, Xvid, MKV, RMVB, FLV video on Windows Mobile 6.5. Even with CorePlayer or TCPMP video player help, I still cannot play Real Media and MKV video format. However, VPlayer for Android does play those video files for me. And most of all ~ it is FREE!!!
Flash… Flash… Flash… Internet world without flash will be very dull. You can have more complete web experience, and the ability to access video and rich content with Abobe Flash. That’s why Microsoft came out the same stuff and called it Silverlight. While waiting for Adobe Flash Player 10.1, Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 is your only choice for Windows Mobile devices. Forget about Macromedia Flash Player 7 for Pocket PC which is outdated. v7 is better than v3.1, right?
I started to use TCPMP 0.72RC1 on my old Windows Mobile 2003 SE several years back. It is a very powerful free media player on Windows Mobile devices. However, I have problem to use it on my new HTC HD2 due to different screen resolution. I tried several TCPMP builds but no luck on getting them to work until I found the very one done by xda-developers. Note – TCPMP = The Core Pocket Media Player. It was replaced by commercially-licensed CorePlayer.