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BS Player seems to be the best I have found for Android, and even works for me on .VOB files. The only problem I have is that I cannot permanently associate it with the VOB file type. I have to long press on the file in question, select 'open as video' and then choose BSplayer. Trying to make this the default doesn't do anything, just clicking on the files produces a 'Sorry no application is available'. Any ideas please how to fix this, or does it need an updated BSPlayer. System is a Xoom running ICS and the current version of BSPlayer.
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Did you already try to add vob to the list of file extensions?
(menu >) Preferences > Extensions (under General preferences) and then enter vob, and click on [OK]
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Did you already try to add vob to the list of file extensions?
(menu >) Preferences > Extensions (under General preferences) and then enter vob, and click on [OK]
Thanks for your reply. Yes, I tried that some time ago, it's first in the list. It's as though the message hasn't penetrated to Android itself!
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I haven't previously used the inbuilt 'browse' function in BSplayer. Using it, the files play OK. I usually use ES Filemanager to find videos, and it may be that the associations list isn't getting passed to it in its modified form.
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