02-16-2010 04:05 PM
Hello there, I tried your steps to get movies to load and play on my blackberry storm and I keep getting an error message that the file form is not supported when I try and play the movie on my storm. I have also tried downloading the codec files and nothing seems to work. Any suggestions?
Hi and Welcome to the Forums!
Well, there are 4 pages to this thread with multiple contributors, so I'm not sure who you are referring to in your post. Can you describe more about exactly what you attempted (details, please) so that we can more quickly help you out?
02-17-2010 02:34 PM
Sorry, I was trying Califjewls steps to get movies from the ZML.com website. I have also tried other methods to get MP4 movies to load on my Storm. I can get the movie on the phone but it will not play, giving me a format not supported error. Only once was I able to get a movie to load and play but it was only about one inch square! I am SERIOUSLY frustrated with this thing and trying to get this figured out.
I have tried the drag and drop method and using the Roxio software to convert and load, neither work.
02-23-2010 08:57 AM
Hello i was just wondering if any body has tried blackberrymoviemachine.com?? If so would you recommend it??
there is a monthly fee of 2.99USD. I don't see any page explaining the legal terms of the service. In my opinion this is a pirate website... that furthermore tries to get gullible people's money !
That does not really work anyway, their Twitter account has only 20 followers (half of what I have).
05-09-2010 02:16 PM
I think it's important to verify what others are offering. I found this comment at PayPal at https://www.paypal-community.com/t5/Online-safety/
01-28-2010 06:15 AM
I signed up for a .99 one day trial. The site immediately started with pop ups for a premium upgrade service. When I clicked to get rid of the pop up they imediately billed my paypal mastercard. I immediately cancelled and requested a refund. They replied with an email saying I won't be rebilled again next month, no refund. Below is a site where others have complained about similar experiences.
In reading Bitvideo2's "terms and condictions" I found this reference, which does not instill confidence: "6.1 All materials presented on this site are available for the distribution over the Internet in accordance with the license of the Russian Organization for multimedia and Digital Systems (ROMS)". !!??
Now I'm confused and don't know what to think.