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Topic # 26791 3-Oct-2008 15:16
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Wondering if you can help with a problem.

I can play my voicemail back off my laptop - very nice feature btw - however I also have a HTC Dual Touch that runs Mobile Media Player 10 and it cannot play back the wav files generated by the VFX server.  I know the iPHONE, Crackberry and the Nokia N95 can all play these files because I have tested them on friend's phones, but not WM10!!

Any thoughts?   Other than buy a new phone!!

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  Reply # 168835 3-Oct-2008 16:04
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Get Coreplayer? Hands-down the best media player for WinMo...




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  Reply # 168837 3-Oct-2008 16:10
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Thanks for the suggestion, it seems that may be the only option...just would have been nice to have a freeware player that worked!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 168840 3-Oct-2008 16:31
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Theres probably a freeware player available - check around at xda-developers forums for one.

EDIT: Try TCPMP.




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