But I see this across many devices. It's not a Samsung issue, it's all over.
There is no standards in AV encoding or rather there are thousands. This means I get to learn what works and then find and use tools like Handbrake to convert content.
I'm sure consumers will be unhappy with this.
Hi. On my Droid Charge, I often have no problem playing music or video files and then suddenly I'll get a message that the file type is not supported for all of my files. Then I reboot the phone, and the music/video files play fine again...for a few days. Until the same thing happens. It happens with several different music players, even the amazon cloud player.
I have a Droid Charge and I noticed on another board someone with the Samsung Infuse with the same problem.
Does anyone know what might be causing this/how to fix it?