VLC for Android

by djchamike on March 30, 2012

Unofficial VLC beta available for Android

If you see the video on your Windows or Mac OS Using VLC,you  do not want to  bother using ,installing boring codec-packs .The popular media player was not quite the leap onto mobile devices, instead of just see different applications of the remote control.Finally, there is a version of VLC for Android devices, although not officially.

An intrepid developers at xda-developers began independently with the construction of VLC for Android source from the core team of VLC. It supports Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich , but whether it works reliably in the device that is completely hidden in the hardware.

Rather than listing dozens of devices that support chipsets is rather implied. Users are advised to check Wikipedia you exactly what kind of chip you have on your device, so that they can download the APK properly. There are three separate servers for different architectures: ARM11, Cortex-A8 and Cortex A9. It covers many chipsets from different manufacturers, so that the devices, making it likely that you’re lucky, if you want to try the application. Here is the complete summary of what is supported:

If you decide to download VLC informal, be prepared for some insects – is a beta after all, problems with hardware acceleration, and some audio codecs like DTS is currently not supported.

The hardware compatibility list is long but not yet completed, so that people have with unsupported devices wait a little longer. You can find the complete notes of the release, change records, the list of features and more info in xda-developers.

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