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Registered: ‎12-17-2012
My Device: Bold 9900, PlayBook, DevAlphaC, Z10LE, Passport, Priv
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HTML5 Audio Playback (BB10 Simulator Issue)

hello, it seems the simulator cant play any HTML5 audio objects. tried my app AND tried some HTML5 audio-test pages on the browser which give an error like: "error on decoding file..." simulator is on thanks
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Re: HTML5 Audio Playback (BB10 Simulator Issue)

The simulator currently lacks the audio codecs necessary to playback most media formats. You won't be able to test much audio playback with the simulator.

Tim Windsor
Open Source Technical Lead