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Bluetooth and video player problem

I have already posted my problem in the forum but unluckily no response has yet been given. My p900 does not send files larger than 1 mb thru bluetooth to any other device also my video player does not play MPEG, DAT, AVI etc formats please tell me where should i get this player free on internet. thanks

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Maybe your cellphone does not support mpeg,dat,avi files
i'm finding some player in internet so dont worry

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