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HD video on our G300

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Hello all, I have a question: is there any way to play on our g300 Hd 720p video? I read about the ROM KonstaT CM 10, which supports 720p, but it is the ZTE Blade III (the same processor, screen resolution)

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Hello all, I have a question: is there any way to play on our g300 Hd 720p video? I read about the ROM KonstaT CM 10, which supports 720p, but it is the ZTE Blade III (the same processor, screen resolution)

It would, but it would be pointless as the screen does not have a HD resolution! :P

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It's only 480 x 800, for HD you need at least 720 on one side.

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maybe they are intended to play elsewhere, or even use it as a wireless web camera...

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MSM7227A not support HD ;/ only FWVGA (854x480)

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For example, my cousin has the HTC Desire, which is an older design, and the screen resolution is the same and in the video you can watch 720p. And it makes sense, because the picture is more clear and just nicer.

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It's only 480 x 800, for HD you need at least 720 on one side.

Not so... The Momo 9 Tablet has the same res and will playback full HD in the screen.

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Short answer- No, the engine is too gutless

G300 - I just loaded a few 1280x720 movie clips from various sources.

The media player in Gallery won't touch them. The ES Media Player that comes as a component of the ES File Explorer

will play some of them, not others. I haven't bothered to see what the formatting secret is because those that do "play" have good soundtrack and excellent quality video, jumping, one frame shown every 1.5 seconds.

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Try players such as Mxplayer and Dice player then play high def. files might work ...I personally use Dice player all the time and it plays 95% of the files

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I use MX player. To get better quality (but at a cost of battery life) use software decoding for Video and audio.

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Do you have another idea of ​​how to play HD video on the smartphone? I repeat that the main screen resolution has nothing to do with it.

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