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I m not able to play videos

It displays the message that the file is exeptional n cannot be played
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    i can play videos

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Oh, most media players and mobile phones play only MP4 or M4A codec files (with some others).

So you need to convert the videos. Download a free software like Jodix Video to iPod Converter.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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