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iPhone 6 fantasies will no doubt reach fetishistic levels at some point, but we’re far enough out from the fall, and from the inevitable leaks that will come as fall approaches, that many possibilities, many dreams, remain open to us. What with the all the new Android phones at MWC dropping like cluster bombs this week, I’ll admit I’m incredibly eager to see what Apple has planned for this year as well. I’ll preface it by saying all I’ve heard so far is that there’ll likely be two iPhones this year, a 4-inch model and a bigger than 4-inch model. Whether that’s the iPhone 5s dropped down, an iPhone 5sc made unabashedly plastic, or simply a smaller iPhone 6 remains to be seen. As does the size of the larger phone, from 4.3 to almost 5-inches. So let’s begin there…

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1. Larger screen

This part should go without saying, seeing as how I — and pretty much every one else — have said so much about it already. A larger screen would increase Apple’s share of the premium market, remove the only key physical differentiator of the subsidized competition, make a better primary computing device, make a more accessible product, and open the platform up for future advancement. An iPhone 6 with a bigger screen, at this point in time, would do what Apple does best — make for a better product that could delight and even larger pool of potential customers.

I used to think I’d prefer 4.3, but after having used a BlackBerry Z10, Nexus 5, and Lumia 1020 over the last few months, I’ve come to realize the point of going big is GOING BIG. I’d love as close to 5-inches as possible, especially if the overall size of the iPhone scales as little as possible with it.

2. Curvier design language

One of these things is not like the other. That’s what comes to mind when I look at the iPod touch, iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, and iPhone 5s. The iPads and iPod are sleek and slim, with curves in all the right places. The iPhone 5s, like the iPhone 5 before it, is an extruded round-rect with sharp edges. Rather than just catching up to the iPad and iPod design language, it would be great to take it a step further. Or, rather, a touch further. iOS 7 is so physical, do directly manipulable, that it’s hard to imagine iOS 8 being otherwise. And all of the current lateral edge gestures — the hierarchical back gesture, the forward and back sequential gestures — would just feel so much better with curved edges.

How a combination of Apple’s ultra-thin screen technology with what would hopefully be much, much smaller bezels and my desire for rounded edges would all come together, I’m not certain, I just know I’d love it if they could.

3. Smarter sensors

The iPhone 5s not only added Touch ID but iBeacon and the Apple M7 motion coprocessor as well. Apple’s been at the forefront of the contextual awakening, from multitouch, accelerometer, ambient light, and proximity, to aGPS and GLONASS, gyroscope and magnometer, and, of course, Siri which made the mic “smart”. The Moto X has natural language and contextual coprocessors to enable Google Now to “always listen”. Whether or not Apple goes that far, letting Siri run locally would be a welcome upgrade all its own.

There’s a lot more that can be done with sensorsl, including adding smarts to iSight, improving indoor navigation, and tying into the rumored HealthBook and iWatch projects, and all of that will require not only software, but data gathering, battery-saving technology as well.

4. Prioritized battery life

Once upon a time speed was the most important thing. Every year we expected our computers to be significantly faster and more powerful than the year before. Eventually, however, the speed improvements leveled off. Luckily, for most people, most of the time, computers were already fast enough, and something else became even more important — battery life. Thanks to Haswell and OS X Mavericks, we now have a MacBook Air that can outlast any iOS device on the planet. Maybe it’s time for the same shift in priority to hit the iPhone?

Every year Apple has made the new iPhone significantly faster, thinner, and more powerful than the year before while keeping the same battery life. Miracle of engineering that may be, I’d love to see the priority shift to keeping the same thinness but greatly increasing battery life. Let’s see the iPhone regain the long-lasting crown.

5. Optics to match the imaging

With iSight, Apple makes some of the best cameras in mobile. However, the greatness of the iPhone 5s camera, like the greatness of the iPhone 5 camera before it isn’t primarily in the optics or in the capture stage at all. It’s in the digital image processor. The Apple A7 is simply a monster when it comes to taking whatever data that thin 8 megapixel sensor can latch onto and making the most of it. It’s so good, in fact, the ultra-thin iPhone 5s can hold its own against much better, much deeper glass, including the larger aperture, bigger pixel, optically image stabilized monsters many of Apple’s competitors are fielding.

What makes a mobile camera great isn’t specs. Its the ability to take better pictures in the widest range of circumstances possible, including and especially low-light. If Apple could marry better, smarter optics to their already industry leading processing, no light would no longer be the limit.

6. Faster race-to-sleep Wi-Fi

Apple’s AirPort Extreme routers got faster, longer-range 802.11ac wireless networking last year, as did the Mac product lines and several Android phones. The iPhone 5s did not. It might seem like an odd thing to want, given how fast 802.11n is already, but for devices born to be mobile, for a wireless world, for syncing and streaming, downloading and beaming, every second of time you shave off is a measure of experience you improve.

Hopefully there’s a power-saving race-to-sleep advantage to 802.11ac as well, letting data move faster so the chips can power down faster, which would make it even better.And four things I don’t think we’ll see!

There are some things, fantasy or not, I don’t think we’ll see in an iPhone 6 or any imminent new phone from Apple. Some because of the laws of economics and physics, others simply because of Apple focus and beliefs.

Ditching the Home button. Making a screen bigger without increasing the size of the phone typically means removing or reducing almost everything else from the face plate. However, not only does Apple have that big round Home button, it’s now the nexus for Touch ID as well. Unless and until that moves — in screen? — the big honking Home button stays.

More metallic finishes. Gold was great but the metallic red and blue finishes on the iPod touch are likewise gorgeous. Apple could even stagger their releases so some of the colors come out midway through the typical year-long product cycle, giving it a little more life… All that said, so far Apple’s kept the brighter colors constrained to the lower end product lines, including the iPhone 5c and that doesn’t seem likely to change.

NFC. It remains a chipset, not a feature set, and Apple’s all in on Passbook, Bluetooth LE, and iBeacon. Personally, I’d love NFC. Outside the U.S. all of our credit and debit cards not only have chip-and-pin, but many have NFC as well. I can pay for my groceries, my fast food, my coffee, my gas, my clothes, and almost everything else under $60 with a tap. Just not the tap of an iPhone.

Multiple carrier radios. Yes, the iPhone 5s can’t do simultaneous voice-and-data on Verizon. That’s because LTE doesn’t support simultaneous voice-and-data and, unlike GSM carriers, Verizon has no HSPA to fall back on. Their EVDO Rev. A doesn’t do voice-and-data either. Other manufacturers add a second radio to get around this, giving up some battery efficiency to do it. Apple isn’t those manufacturers and they don’t like that tradeoff. Sadly, voice over LTE (VoLTE) is still a ways off, and Apple hasn’t traditionally embraced new radios quickly, and for the same power efficient reasons.

Your iPhone 6 dreams?

That’s a short list of some of the things I’d like to see — and a few I don’t expect to — in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. Since we’re over half-a-year away from the traditional fall launch window, there’s a lot of freedom to speculate right now and that’s the fun part. Not crazy stuff like a built-in iEspresso maker or glowing Apple logo but maybe things like better waterproofing or always-on notifications on the display? What are your dreams for the iPhone 6?

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For a few weeks, Apple has been acquiring patents for various devices. Recent reports claimed the tech giant will transform almost all its product lines with new features.

Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook speaks about the new iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retnia display during an Apple event in San Francisco, California October 22, 2013.

Unlike in past years, the upgrades on the iPhone, iPadand Mac line were limited with new operating system, improved battery and camera. This time, Apple plans to use a different screen technology, new accessories and charging capabilities. What does Apple have in store for the 2014 iPad Air, iPad Mini and Pro line?

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According to a patent issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Apple has been working on new iPad accessories, including magnetic detachable lenses. The patent features an intelligent magnetic attachment system offering the iPad a way to communicate and connect with different devices. These also include other iPads.

The patent “Magnetic attachment unit” draws from the keyed magnetic mechanism found in all iPads. Apple currently employs an internal magnet arrangement as a simple anchor point for smart cases or smart covers. The patent takes that technology even further.

In the patent, Apple suggests a keyed magnetic structure integrated in the iPad chassis. This is similar to the current setup. Through the use of keyed magnets, Apple can get an optimal position for the add-on accessories without encountering many problems. The patent also suggests that Apple can place the magnetic structures in any side of the tablet. These include the stands and the docks.

Apple can deploy both electromagnets and traditional magnets. The magnets may be controlled through the operating system of the device. In case the user wishes to connect or disconnect an accessory, he just needs to choose the hands-free mode.

The patent also shows how Apple plans to connect to the attachable accessories to the iPad. The company plans on using the internal wireless hardware suite of the device. This will allow users to operate any accessory paired with the iPad.

The tech giant provides a range of solutions like “active peripherals” (game controllers) and static cases, including docks. Users will have to wait for Apple to confirm the final features of its iPad lineup. According to recent reports, the company plans to unveil its new set of tablets later this year.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Review

February 24th, 2014 | Posted by mobmshare in News - (1 Comments)

 Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 review: A large-screen Android tablet with lots of features – some of them quite unsual.


The Manute Bol of tablets, the 12.2-inch Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 provides a larger display than nearly all other tablets on the market. But this octa-core-powered Android device is more than just a supersize slate, offering deep pen integration and a host of productivity-friendly features, such as a souped-up Multi Window mode that lets you run four apps at once. There’s also a powerful office suite and remote-control software for your PC. With a starting price of $749, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is more expensive than most of its competitors, but if you’re comfortable holding a tablet this large, it can help you get some serious work done.

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  • Pros: Sharp and colorful 12-inch display; Can run four apps on screen at once; Long battery life; Powerful applications
  • Cons: Bulky; Expensive
  • The Verdict: The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 makes the most of its huge screen with powerful multitasking features and productivity apps — if you’re willing to live with its big size and price.


At 11.64 x 8.03 x 0.31 inches and 1.6 pounds, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is one of the largest tablets on the market, but it’s not the heaviest or thickest. This slate weighs much less than the 10.81 x 6.81 x 0.53-inch, 2-pound Microsoft Surface Pro 2, despite the latter’s smaller, 10.6-inch display. However, the Note Pro 12.2 felt rather heavy, and we simply could not grip it one-handed for long periods of time. Instead, we had to either place a single hand under the tablet, which felt a bit precarious; hold it with two hands; or rest it on our lap or a flat surface.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 — which starts at just $499 and has the same processor, screen resolution and most of the same apps — weighs just 1.2 pounds and is significantly more one-hand-friendly at 9.75 x 6.75 x 0.31 inches. The 1.05-pound iPad Air and its 9.7-inch screen are also significantly more portable.

The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 has the same aesthetic as the Galaxy Note 3 phone and Galaxy Note 10.1, complete with a chrome-colored accent, glossy black bezel and faux-leather back. Like its siblings, the Note Pro 12.2 comes in black or white and has a physical home button, along with two capacitive buttons for navigation. A stylus port sits on the right side, along with a microSD Card reader for memory expansion and a USB 3.0 port for charging or connecting peripherals.

Display and Audio

The Galaxy Note Pro 12′s 12.2-inch, 2560 x 1600-pixel display provided sharp images and vibrant colors in our tests. When we watched a 1080p video trailer for “Iron Man 3,” the red in the hero’s armor and the blue in an oxygen tube appeared very prominent. Fine details, such as battle scaring on a helmet and wrinkles in Ben Kingsley’s face, were easy to make out. Because it has the highest resolution on the market, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 has a very strong 247 pixels-per-inch. However, the iPad Air’s 2048 x 1536 display has a slightly-higher 263 PPI because of its smaller display. The 10.6-inch, 1920 x 1080 Surface Pro 2 clocks in at 207.8 PPI.

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At 450 lux on our light meter, the Note Pro 12.2 is significantly brighter than the 359-lux tablet category average, the Surface Pro 2′s 389-lux screen, the iPad Air’s 411-lux panel and the Dell Venue 11 Pro’s mediocre 174-lux display.

In our tests, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 delivered crisp audio that was loud enough to fill a small room but was sometimes distorted. When we played Patrice Rushen’sbass-heavy “Forget Me Nots,” the music was clear and pleasant, but when we listened to Judas Priest’s guitar-laden “Breaking the Law,” the audio became quite tinny.

OS and Interface

The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 comes with Android KitKat 4.4.2, the latest version of Google’s mobile OS. Additionally, it boasts a new iteration of Samsung’s TouchWiz skin with a unique aesthetic and custom features. Unlike previous TouchWiz versions, the Note Pro’s skin has a flatter, more subdued look. The icons are much simpler, and the default desktop wallpaper is a simple shade of cyan, rather than an exotic paint splash or nature scene.

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Like other Samsung devices, the Note Pro 12.2 has a number of quick settings in its notification drawer, including toggle buttons for Wi-Fi, screen rotation, Bluetooth and GPS, along with brightness and volume sliders. The full Settings menu has a different layout than the one on stock Android devices, providing tabs for Connections, Device, Controls and General settings, all adorned with Samsung icons.

Samsung provides four home screens. The default screen and the one to its left are both traditional-style screens that you can configure with any widgets or shortcuts you like. However, the two screens to the right contain Samsung’s new Magazine UX, which has a Windows 8-like rich tile-based layout, where each tile displays dynamic content from either the Web or your own accounts. Widgets include news headlines by topic, your calendar appointments, and email or social networking alerts from some services (but not Facebook, Pinterest or Google+). You can fit up to six tiles on each home screen, and the tiles get larger or smaller depending on how many you include.
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We liked seeing some of our key information at a glance and enjoyed the UX’s rich, graphical design. However, we found the classic desktop provided a lot more flexibility, as it showed all of our main shortcuts and allowed us to use any third-party widgets we wanted.

Multi Window Mode

We’ve long been fans of Samsung’s Multi Window mode, which lets users split the screen between two different apps on other Galaxy devices. With the Note Pro 12.2, Samsung has expanded the number of possible windows from two to four, allowing you to take full advantage of the device’s expanded screen real estate. The Galaxy Note 10.1 only supports two windows at this time.

By sliding out the Multi Window menu on the right side of the screen, we could drag over up to four of the 16 available apps, which include mainstays such as email, Gmail, the Web browser and the Hancom Office apps. Using the feature, we were able to create four different windows of the Samsung browser, but we particularly appreciated having the email client next to the browser because we were able to drag a URL directly from the browser into the text of an email message. We were also able to drag photos from the gallery into an email, but not into a Hancom Office document.

Stylus Experience

Like other Samsung Galaxy Note phones and tablets, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 provides a lightweight stylus and some heavyweight software to support it. The Note Pro 12.2′s S Pen is identical to those on the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1, with a slim form factor that fit perfectly between our index and middle fingers, a single button, and a flexible tip.

Like other Samsung devices, the tablet has an Air View feature, which shows additional previews of content when you hover over certain objects, such as an email in your inbox or shortcuts in a folder on the desktop. We particularly enjoyed hovering over folders in the Gallery and seeing a pop-up window filled with thumbnails of the content inside.

When you hover over the screen and hit the stylus button, the Air Command menu — a small, ring-shaped widget — appears with five options on it. Action memo allows you to create a sticky note that turns your scribbles into some kind of content, such as a contact on your list or an appointment. When we scribbled in a person’s name and phone number, we were offered the opportunity to store the data as a contact, search the Web for it or look for it as a location on Google Maps.

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Scrap Booker allows you to draw a box around any on-screen content you want to save for later, such as Web pages or photos. Screen Write takes a screen shot of the entire screen and allows you to scribble on top of it, and then save or share the results. S Finder does a search through all of your content and the Web, including your handwritten notes. Pen Window lets you launch one of 19 different apps in a floating window.

Samsung also includes a couple of powerful pen-centric apps that live outside the Air Command menu. S Note lets you take handwritten notes and combine them with photos, sound or other embedded objects, while Sketchbook is a powerful drawing app.


Samsung provides a new “desktop-class” virtual keyboard on the Note Pro 12.2 that looks and functions like a physical PC keyboard. Like a Windows computer’s keyboard, it has keys for CTRL, Tab and Caps Lock, as well as a set of four arrow keys for navigating around documents. These keys are particularly helpful when you’re using the bundled Remote PC software to work on a Windows computer.

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We loved the strong haptic feedback and wide spacing between the keys that made it easy to avoid adjacent key errors. However, when holding the tablet in landscape mode with both hands, we had difficulty stretching our thumbs toward the middle keys because the tablet is just so wide. The keys were much smaller, but easier to reach with thumbs in portrait mode. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 does not have this keyboard yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if Samsung included it in a future update.

Like other Samsung keyboards, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2′s keyboard has a handwriting-recognition mode. When we used the stylus to write, the handwriting recognition seemed even more accurate than on previous Galaxy Notes. The software recognized most of our scribbles and correctly guessed most words we were trying to write, even our very uncommon first name.

Office Software
Samsung bundles the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 with Hancom Office, which lets you view, edit or create Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. We enjoyed using Hancom more than other Android office suites we’ve tried, because it has the look and feel of Microsoft Office on a PC, complete with Windows-style pull-down menus and icon bars. The app’s blue-and-white color scheme even reminded us of Microsoft Office.

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All of Hancom’s three applications — Hcell (for spreadsheets), Hword (for word processing) and Hshow (for presentations) — had advanced features we don’t see on most mobile office suites, but we were particularly impressed with the wide range of available functions and charts in Hcell. The Galaxy Note 10.1 does not come with Hancom Office. Users can download either a version of Hanword for $17.77 from Google Play or a free Hancom viewer, but the version of Hancom Office that ships with the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is not available for purchase.

Remote PC

Samsung’s bundled Remote PC allows you to control your Windows computer from the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 or copy files to and from its hard drive over the Internet. In order for the software to work, we had to first visit Samsung’s Remote PC site on our PC and download the software. After the server application was installed and running on our PC, we were able to log in from the tablet and navigate around the desktop with ease, scrolling with our finger and editing a document in Word by using the Note Pro’s virtual keyboard.

Unfortunately, as is often the case with remote-control software, we noticed significant lag when refreshing the screen or executing commands, even though both the PC and the tablet were on the same Wi-Fi network, which is not required.

We found the file manager more useful. It showed us the file systems of both the PC and the tablet next to each other and allowed us to browse both and drag files back and forth. However, the software has a 300MB maximum for copied files, which prevented us from moving a large video between the devices.


In addition to its pen-friendly apps, remote-control app and powerful software suite, Samsung throws in a few other useful programs to help you be more productive. E-Meeting allows you to create a digital white board and share it with other users on your local Wi-Fi network who are also using the software, which currently comes on the Galaxy Note Pro.

Samsung also includes a client for popular conferencing service WebEx. SideSync 3.0 lets you share data or your screen with a Samsung PC, phone or tablet. Samsung KNOX creates a separate, secure environment that company IT departments can control if they’re doing device management.

Like other recent Samsung devices, the Note Pro 12.2 comes with an infrared port and WatchOn software that lets you use the device as a remote control and browse the TV schedule. Samsung also has its own Web browser, app store and S Voice recognition software. The company throws in third-party content apps from The New York Times, Netflix and Bloomberg Businessweek, the latter of which comes with a free one-year subscription.

The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a tablet that’s built for speed, packing a 1.9-GHz octa-core Exynos 5 processor (which combines four high-power cores with four low-power cores) and 3GB of RAM. The slate offered mostly solid performance, whether we were watching a movie, editing documents in an office suite or racing around the track in “Riptide GP 2.” We were even able to run four apps on-screen at once, including one YouTube video, without any noticeable drop in performance. However, we noticed occasional moments of lag when returning to the home screen or launching apps.

On Geekbench 3, a synthetic benchmark that measures overall performance, the Note Pro 12.2 scored 2,595, well above the 1,830 category average but below the Nvidia Tegra 4-powered ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T (2,712), the A7-powered Apple iPad Air (2,694) and the Core i5-powered Microsoft Surface Pro 2 (5,138).The Galaxy Note 10.1, which has the same processor, scored a similar 2,595.

On 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited, a synthetic test that measures graphics prowess, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 managed a mark of 13,732, which beats the 8,066 category average and the Note 10.1 (13,539) but pales in comparison to the ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T (15,182) and the Apple iPad Air (14,850).

The tablet took 4 minutes and 12 seconds to transcode a 200MB video from 1080p to 480p in VidTrim, which is faster than the average tablet (11:52) and slightly faster than the ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T (4:18).

Battery Life
With its 9,500-mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 lasted a strong 9 hours and 19 minutes on the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which involves continuous surfing over Wi-Fi. That’s well above the 7:38 tablet category average, the Surface Pro 2′s 8:02 endurance, the Galaxy Note 10.1′s time of 7:44 and the Dell Venue Pro’s time of 7:38. The iPad Air lasted 11 hours and 51 minutes on a charge, but when you consider that the Note Pro 12.2′s display is 2.5 inches larger, its runtime is no less impressive.

Unfortunately, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2′s large battery took forever to charge, requiring nearly 5 hours to get to 83 percent capacity.


Though you probably won’t be using it as your primary camera, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2′s rear-facing 8-MP shooter delivers sharp, detailed images. When we shot some photos of a city street on a cloudy day, fine details — such as drops of water on the pavement — were prominent, and the light and color in the photo accurately reflected the conditions on the ground. The 2-MP front camera took a colorful, detailed photo of our face under the same overcast lighting conditions.

Like other Samsung devices, the Note Pro 12.2 comes with a smorgasbord of camera features, including Panorama Mode, HDR, Best Face, Best Photo and Drama Shot, which makes it look like a person is moving by showing them in various positions within the same picture. We found Eraser mode particularly useful, because it removes strangers who walk through your photos. Unfortunately, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 does not come with Animated Photo mode, a fun feature that creates animated GIFs from your photos on the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3.

When it comes to shooting video, the Note Pro 12.2 is no slouch. A 1080p clip we captured of cars rolling down a city street was smooth, detailed and colorful. The yellow on taxicabs and the white on a neon sign were particularly vibrant.

Accessories and Configurations
Because the Note Pro 12.2 is a productivity-oriented device, Samsung offers several accessories that are intended to make it more appealing to business users. The $69.99 official cover snaps onto the back and can be used to prop up the tablet in portrait or landscape mode, but it feels a bit flimsy when you do that. A $39.99 Bluetooth mouse, which was designed specifically for the Note Pro 12.2, and a $59.99 Bluetooth keyboard, which is made for any Samsung product, combine with the cover to provide a desktoplike experience.

Samsung also sells a $39.99 HDMI adapter for connecting to TVs or larger screens and a $69.99 USB-to-Ethernet adapter for connecting to wired networks. Logitech is coming out with its own $130 case for the Note Pro 12.2, which includes a keyboard and may be better at standing up the tablet than Samsung’s cover was.

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 comes in white or black and is available in both 32GB and 64GB capacities, priced at $750 and $850, respectively. Verizon will be offering an LTE model later this spring for an undisclosed price.


With its big, high-res screen, octa-core processor, deeply integrated stylus and powerful office suite, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a strong choice for business users. However, the device feels bulky, and you’ll need to spend more than the somewhat steep $749 price to add a keyboard. For that kind of money, we would hope to get a true clamshell-shaped hybrid, like the $799 Lenovo Yoga 13 or $650 ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 was most usable to us when we held it with two hands or rested it on our lap or a desk.

Those looking for a more portable productivity tablet should consider the Galaxy Note 10.1, which weighs just 1.2 pounds and starts at $499, but doesn’t have all the same apps and multitasking prowess. Shoppers who want a more PC-like tablet experience should consider the $899 Microsoft Surface Pro 2, which weighs and costs more but can run real Microsoft Office and comes with a very sturdy kickstand. However, if you’re comfortable with its girth, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 provides a compelling productivity experience.

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With an all-in-one blu-ray/dvd/video converting program, you are enabled to enjoy “Laggies” Movies on Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition without any format limitation.

Laggies is an American dark comedy drama film directed by Lynn Shelton and written by Andrea Seigel.

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“Megan, a woman (Keira Knightley) stuck in permanent adolescence, lies to her fiancé about going on a retreat. And instead she moves in with a high-school girl (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her single father (Sam Rockwell).”So Keira Knightley and Chloë Grace Moretz are going to be best friends forever? What about Sam Rockwell’s role in the whole thing?

Want to get fantastic experence with watching the movie Laggies on your portable tablet like Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition? Are you still worried about how to keep your Blu-ray/DVD discs survived from kid’s trick? Are you confused about what video format will be supported by Note 10.1 2014 Edition?

Good news for Blu-ray/DVD and movie fans, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate, a powerful ripping program which integrates video converting, (protected) Blu-ray/DVD breaking and backuping features can help you convert “Laggies” Blu-ray/DVD and 1080p movies to Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition playable videos files within a few clicks.

FYI: its Mac version is renamed as iMedia Converter for Mac.

How to convert “Laggies” Blu-ray discs, DVDs and 1080P videos to Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition optimized video format?

Step 1. Run the Note 10.1 2014 Edition Movie Converter and import source media.

Click the top left “Load files” to load Blu-ray/DVD from disc drive, folder or ISO/IFO; or import click to load your video files like MTS/M2TS, MKV, MOV, TOD, TiVo, etc. by clicking the second icon “Add video”.

Note that your computer needs an external BD drive for loading blu-ray movie.

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Step 2. Set output format for Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition

To play videos on Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, you need to set a compatible format for the smartphone. This Note 10.1 2014 Edition Ultimate Converter provides presets for Galaxy Note series. You can click on the pull down menu of “Format” to choose “Samsung>> Samsung Galaxy Note(*.mp4)” for conversion.

Step 3. Customize video specs. (Optional)
For people who want to further customizing output video size and quality, you can click “Settings” on the bottom to enter Profile Settings Window, and customize video size, frame rate, bitrate, codec and sample rate(Hz). In general, the higher bit rate, the bigger output file size.

Step 4. Start converting Blu-ray/DVD movie and 1080p videos to Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition video.

Now click “Convert” button to start ripping “Laggies” Blu-ray/DVD/video Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. When the conversion task is finished, you can click “Open output folder” button to get the “Laggies” movie ready for playback on Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.

If you have no idea about Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 file transfer, you can check out the post The Ways Transferring Files to Your Galaxy Note to learn more.
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This ISO/IFO to Android conversion guide will show you how to convert DVD ISO/IFO image files to your Android tablet & phone supported formats, so that you can easily play on Android devices.

I’m retired, and it time to have a relax. Now I have some DVD collections, and I have created many ISO/IFO image files from these DVD movies. Now I wanna convert this DVD films to MP4 for viewing on my Tablet, like Sony Xperia and Samsung Galaxy Ace. I have tried a few that I have downloaded, but I keep getting a copyright error. I have used DVDPe to convert DVDs to a ZEN mp3 player, but it seems the converter doesn’t scale up to the tablet resolution.

Best Answer: 

To convert DVD ISO/IFO files to Android devices, simply get DVD Ripper and accomplish your task in a few mouse clicks! And for me, I prefer Pavtube DVDAid and with it, I can fast convert DVD ISO/IFO images to Android supported MP4 video files with excellent output video quality.

If you are using a Mac and want to convert DVD ISO/IFO to Android on Mac, please turn to Android DVD Ripper for Mac.

How to Rip DVD ISO/IFO imgage files to MP4 for free playing on Android Phone/Tablet?

Step 1. Launch the highly recommended Android ISO/IFO Ripper. Click the “Load file” to import movie from DVD ISO or ISO. When importing DVD movie you need to keep your PC/Mac networked so as to access keys for hacking DVD copy-protections.

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(Not a DVD enthusiasts? Want to copy 1080p Blu-ray to your Android phone/tablet for seeing it? Well, I think the best Blu-ray to Android Ripper is what you need.

Step 2. Optional - You can click on the dropdown list of “Subtitles” to select subtitles of desired language so that you can view DVD films on your Android devices with proper subtitles, same steps you can do with Audio track selection. Make sure you select the main movie before setting subtitles.

Step 3. Select an Android friendly format, e.g. H.264 .mp4 for conversion. There are optimized format for Galaxy Tab 2, Xoom, Acer Iconia Tab, Asus Transformer, Google Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD, HTC One, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Mega 5.8/6.3 and more. Basically the “Common Video -> H.264 Video (*.mp4)” is a universal format for Android tablets and smartphones. Or depends on your device, you can choose a suitable video format from “Android” catalogue

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Step 4. Optional - If you think the video size this not suitable for your Android Tablet or Phone, you can first choose any one of the provided type, then change the settings, see the following picture:

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Please remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

Step 5. Click the big “Convert” button to let the software do the DVD ISO/IFO files to Android MP4 conversion. After the ripping, you can click “Open” to locate the converted MP4 video files and just transfer them to your Android devices and enjoy your DVD movies.

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How to transfer videos from PC to Android Phone/Tablet?

All of the above video(including MKV, AVI, Tivo, VOB, FLV, MPG, DVD, Blu-ray, ISO, IFO, etc.), a software can be completely solved, it is Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate.

Additional Tips

Android tablets only recognize SD cards formatted in FAT 32, this limits a single file size less than 4GB. If you worry about getting a big video file larger than 4GB, you can use split feature in Pavtube software to split a large 1080p/720p file into multiple chunks under 4GB. Learn to split a large video file into several small files under 4GB for Android device.

Not a Android users? It doesn’t matter, the Pavtube Converter also supports “common” video formats like MOV, M4V, MP4 and has presets for all the models of iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple TV, so you should be able to create files compatible with your iOS basd devices, as well as BlackBerry and Windows RT/Pro devices.

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For watching DVD on Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 with subtitles, you need download DVD to NotePro 12.2 Converter to rip DVD to Galaxy NotePro 12.2 supported video format.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is the largest Samsung Galaxy Note to-date after the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). It has a 12.2-inch of display with 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution, which is far more larger than the 10.1-inch of the previous Note (2014 Edition).

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There are three different models of the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 – WI-Fi only (Exynos 5420), 3G (Exynos 5420) and 4G LTE (Snapdragon 800). The main difference between the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 with the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is the S-Pen. Can’t wait to experence the upcoming Galaxy Note Pro 12.2? Want to enjoy more movies with better visual quality on Galaxy NotePro 12.2?

If you have some DVD movie collections and want to put the DVD movies on Galaxy NotePro 12.2 for watching with subtitles. What should you do? Since the Galaxy NotePro 12.2 doesn’t have DVD drive, you may have to convert DVD to Galaxy NotePro 12.2 supported H.264 or MPEG4 in advance. This tutorial will show how to play DVD movies on Galaxy NotePro 12.2 with subtitles.

To get the work done, a DVD ripping software is needed. Here Pavtube Galaxy NotePro 12.2 DVD Ripper highly recommended to help you get movies off DVD discs and onto your Galaxy NotePro 12.2 for playback.

To be honest, this program will provide you easy solution for DVD discs, DVD movie folders and DVD ISO/IFO files backup and conversion. It supports quick full DVD disc copy with no quality loss as well as backup the main movie files as you like. The main function of it is converting DVD, DVD ISO to any other video formats like MP4, MOV, MPG, FLV, AVI, MKV, etc. If you are Mac users, turn to DVDAid for Mac. Now, just download it and follow the steps below to download and put DVD movies on Galaxy NotePro 12.2 for smoothly playing with subtitles!

How to Convert, Transfer DVD movie to Galaxy NotePro 12.2 with subtitles

The quick start guide below uses DVD Ripper Windows screenshots. The way to rip DVD movies to Galaxy NotePro 12.2 on Mac is almost the same.

1. Launch the best DVD to Galaxy NotePro 12.2 Converter, click the “DVD disc” icon to navigate the videos. You can also add ISO file, IFO file or DVD folder. Press the selected main title you can preview the whole Blu-ray movies on the preview window on the right, which works like a media player.

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2. Check forced subtitles for output. Because DVD always contains multiple subtitle and audio tracks, you can go to choose the desired subtitle and audio on the interface for output. Beside subtitles option, “Forced subtitle” is optional and uncheck by default. Go to check “Forced subtitles” for output. Take note that it will output forced subtitles only if it is checked.

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3. Set output options for Galaxy NotePro 12.2. Click “Format” bar, you can get optimized videos for Galaxy NotePro 12.2 under “Samsung> Samsung Galaxy Note (*.mp4)”.

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a. For some advances users, you can go to adjust video and audio parameters like bitrate, resolution, channels, etc. Click “Settings” button you can go to check and change them as you like. Remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

b. It has powerful edit functions such as trim video for your needed length, crop video to get rid of annoying black edges, join multiple video clips into one, add text/image watermark and add subtitles. For example, if the original DVD movie has no subtitle or the subtitles you need, you can download it from website and then add it into the output videos for full enjoyment with this software.

4. Click the Convert button to start to rip DVD to MP4 videos for Galaxy NotePro 12.2 with subtitles.

5. When the conversion complets, you can transfer the result videos to new Galaxy NotePro 12.2, here’s the way to go:

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So there you have it. Now you are free to watch DVD movies on new Galaxy NotePro 12.2 with subtitles anytime and everywhere as you like. Enjoy.

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This article shows the easy way to play MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, WMV, MPG, M4V, FLV, F4V, videos on iPhone 6 with Windows/Mac. You can get the best app for converting video files to iPhone 6.

Shirley Temple Black, legendary singing-and-dancing child star, died Monday night of natural causes in her Woodside, Calif., home, surrounded by her family and caregivers.Temple was the most famous child star of her time and arguably of all time, beginning her film career at age three and becoming the symbol of upbeat family entertainment during an era when many had little to smile about. I loved her and her movies greatest she will be missed by all her fans, like the “Adventure in Baltimore”.

Now I am waiting for a new iPhone 6, and perferring wathing “Adventure in Baltimore” movies on the upcoming iPhone 6. It is rumored the new iPhone 6 may have a larger screen and make it more like a phablet. If so, I am definitely getting an excellent movie entertainment on this new iOS devicde. Are you a multimedia lover? Take a look at this article which aims at telling you the way for transferring all kinds of video files (MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, WMV, MPG, M4V, FLV, F4V,etc.) to iPhone 6 for playing.

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At first, you should know iPhone 6 is picky of video formats and it just supports limited video formats .m4v, .mp4, .mov, MPEG-4, H.264, M-JPEG and audio formats AAC, Protected AAC, HE-AAC, MP3, AAX, AAX+m, Apple Lossless AIFF, WAV. If iPhone 6 refuses to play a video, maybe it has unsupported codec, unsupported video format or else. There will be some problem in playing MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, MPG, FLV videos on iPhone 6 due to bad compatibility.

To play these video formats on iPhone 6 without problems, the quick workaround is to count to a popular iPhone 6 Video Converter (iPhone 6 Video Converter for Mac is available for Mac users) to convert them to iPhone 6 supported format. In this way, iPhone 6 will work well with MKV videos or flash videos download from web, DVD VOB movies, etc. Even Tivo show can be played well on iPhone 6 by importing Media Access Key to the software and converting to iPhone 6.

Having lots of unsupported videos like MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, WMV, MPG, M4V, FLV, F4V, etc. in hand but couldn’t watch on iPhone 6? Wondering what we can do to make it working? Download and install the Video to iPhone 6 Converter, then follow below detailed guide:

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Step 1. Run this Pavtube Video Converter as the iPhone 6 Converter; import videos.

Click “Add video” or “Add from folder” to import source videos.

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Step 2. Choose video format.

Click the drop-down list besides “Format”, select “iPhone > iPhone 6 H.264 Full HD 1080P(*.mp4)” as the best profile for iPhone 6 or “iPhone > iPhone 6 Plus H.264 Full Screen/Full HD 1080P(*.mp4)” for iPhone 6 Plus.

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Step 3. Edit video before conversion. (Optional)

Click the pencil-like icon on top to enter Video Editor interface. You can choose to trim, crop, watermark, effect, audio or subtitles before conversion.

Back to main interface, click “Settings” to customize video size, frame rate, bitrate and other settings.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click “Convert” to start converting MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, WMV, MPG, M4V, FLV, F4V videos to MP4 for iPhone 6. Wait for a few moments, and click “Open” or “Open output folder” to quick locate the converted video. Or you can check “shut down computer after conversion” and just leave it running.

Now transfer converted video to iPhone 6 and enjoy!

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This guide explains how you can convert movies and TV shows for your iPhone 6 from your existing DVD collection, so that you can watch them with multiple languages on your iPhone 6.

Apparently, Apple always announces the release of new products around September every year. Rumors have suggested that Apple could produce two versions of the iPhone 6 in two different sizes ranging from 4.7 to 5.7 inches. It will be the summer or fall of 2014. Some features are rumored such as larger display, unlimited solar energy for iPhone 6.longer battery life, and new capacitive Home Button with improved Touch ID sensor.

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It’s rumored that the iPhone 6 will have a Full HD display of 1,920*1,080. It will be excellent for you to enjoy movies on it. However, no phablet has and will have a DVD drive, neither does iPhone 6.

Generally speaking, a DVD movie will contain multiple tracks and subtitles, that will give us wonderful audio enjoyment and allows us the select the language we need. Want to get your favorite DVD movies into iPhone 6 for amusement meanwhile switch to the desired language during playback? This tutorial is about how to convert DVD to iPhone 6 in MP4 format easily and fast with keeping multi-tracks.

At first, Pavtube ByteCopy is your great choice to rip DVD disc to iPhone 6 compatible MP4 format as well as multiple audio tracks saved for iPhone 6, after converting, you can freely transfer and watch DVD movies on iPhone 6 with any language by switching to the desired one.

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Below is how.

Ripping DVD to Multi-track MP4 format for transferring to your iPhone 6 for viewing with multiple languages

Part One. Convert DVD to Multi-track MP4 for iPhone 6

Step 1. Free download the Multi-track DVD Converter (Mac users can download here), install and launch it. Click the “Load files” button to import source DVD disc.

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Step 2. Choose “Multi-track Video > Multi-track MP4 (*.mp4)” from the “Format” drop-down list as output format.

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Tip: This profile extracts more than one audio track from source DVD movies in saved MP4 files. And you are allowed to remove unwanted audio track by unchecking the “Check” box in front of each audio source.

Step 3. Hit the “Convert” button on Pavtube ByteCopy main UI to start ripping DVD to Multi-track MP4 for iPhone 6. Once the conversion process finishes, open output folder and locate the created multi-track MP4 movie.

Below are tips for video transferring:

Part Two. Stream and watch Multi-track MP4 movies on iPhone 6

Step 1. Install multi-track player on iPhone 6. When typing in the keyword “multitrack player” in Apple Store, many free or charged apps would show up, choose one and install on your iPhone 6.

Step 2. Then add created multi-track MP4 movie to this multi-track player.

Step 3. Open this multi-track player, open the source multi-track MP4, and choose wanted language during movie playback.


If you don’t need multi-track format, try Pavtube DVDAid is an easy-to-use program for editing and conversion and makes great quality copies of my DVDs. It works well in putting DVD movies onto iPhone 6. Just have a try!

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If you have many Blu-ray/DVD ISO files collections, you may wonder how to back up and play them with your Galaxy NotePro 12.2. Don’t know what to do? Get the solution below that will teach you how to convert BD/DVD ISO to Galaxy NotePro for playback smoothly.

The Galaxy NotePro is a 12.2-inch tablet, featuring a WQXGA screen with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. The device is powered by an eight-core Exynos 5 Octa 5420 processor (quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex A15, quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex A7), and it sports 3 GB of RAM, an 8-mega-pixel rear camera, a 2-mega-pixel front camera and 32 GB internal storage with a micro-SD card slot. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is quite picky when it comes to playing video files. If you picked one up, hoping it would play all your ISO files out of the box you likely ran into complications.

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After searching, you will know that Galaxy NotePro 12.2 will not recognize Blu-ray or those ISO files without having to do something. By installing a video player from Google Play or Amazon Apps, you can enable support for playing ISO files on your Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, however, you will likely run into playback issues such as stuttering video, freezing video, audio sync issues or even playback in slow-motion.

As far as I know, the best way to get iso images playable on your Galaxy NotePro 12.2 is to convert Blu-ray/DVD ISO to Galaxy NotePro friendly MP4 with a Blu-ray ripping tool. Well, ISO to Galaxy NotePro Ripper is such a program with strong capability of rolling off protection and transcoding latest Blu-ray/DVD ISO files to MP4 format in most suitable video resolution on Galaxy NotePro on Windows PC (Windows 8.1 included). It’s professional but easy to use: 1. load, 2. choose format, 3. convert; it’s just as simple as that. Mac version is here for Mac users; Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks is supported!

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Tutorials: How to transfer Blu-ray/DVD ISO image files to Galaxy NotePro 12.2?

Step 1. Run ISO Converter for Galaxy NotePro; load Blu-ray/DVD ISO.

This converter does not only support Blu-ray disc/folder/ISO, but also able to convert DVD disc/folder/ISO/IFO files. click “IFO/ISO” button to browse and import the Blu-ray/DVD ISO file. Your ISO image file would be recognized automatically so there’s no need to run virtual drive to mount it any more.

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Step 2. Choose format.

Click the drop-down list besides “Format” list, you can find many presets and columns for different devices and programs. Let’s switch to “Samsung” column and select “Samsung Galaxy Note(*.mp4)” as the best preset for Galaxy NotePro 12.2. Or you can enter “Galaxy Note” in the small search box at bottom right corner.

Step 3. Adjust specs or edit video before conversion (Optional).

If you want to customize output video size, bitrate, frame rate and others, just click “Settings” to enter profiles settings window.

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And you can click the pencil-like icon on the top to crop, trim, edit audio/subtitles/ or add watermarks before conversion.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Now hit the big red “Convert” to start converting Blu-ray/DVD ISO images to MP4 with best settings for playback on Galaxy NotePro 12.2.

After the conversion, you can get the converted videos in .mp4 format by tapping the “Open” button. Now transfer video files to your Galaxy NotePro.

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This article aims to help you quick transfer your 720p/1080p mkv video to BlackBerry Torch 9800 with best settings.

BlackBerry Torch 9800 is a Smartphone aimed at business. It has convenient business and powerful multimedia functions. What’s more, the BlackBerry Torch 9800 combines physical QWERTY keyboards with a sliding multi-touch screen, and runs on BlackBerry OS 6. The BlackBerry Torch 9800 looks similar to the existing BlackBerry devices, but has a sliding keyboard with a bigger, 3.2 inch 480*360 screen with high resolution.

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As is known to all that only a certain type of video formats can be played on BlackBerry mobile phones such as AVI, MP4, WMV… Besides, there are lots of other formats (VOB, TiVo, MPG, etc.) that BlackBerry Torch does not support. Then what if you want to enjoy MKV videos on your BlackBerry Torch 9800 effortlessly? Get frustrated? Here you’ll find the best explanation and solution.

To make 720p/1080p mkv movie work on BlackBerry Torch 9800, the best solution is to convert mkv to BlackBerry Torch 9800 most preferred video formats: H.264 mp4. Here we’d like to recommend this Video Converter for BlackBerry Torch 9800, a professional and easy-to-use converter which can easily finish this task within a few clicks and keep the best video quality. Here is an example to show you how to transfer MKV videos to BlackBerry Torch 9800 for smoothly playback.

Free Download BlackBerry Torch 9800 Video Converter for Windows or Mac users:

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Converting MKV to MP4 videos for BlackBerry Torch 9800

1. Install and launch the Video Converter tool on your PC, click “Add Video” or “Add from folder” to import your source materials in .mkv format. Besides MKV, you can also load FLV, AVI, WMV, VOB, TiVo, MPG, MOV, etc. files to the program. The software supports batch conversion so that you can also add several files to convert at one time.

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2. Click “Format” bar, you can choose a profile for general Android devices which is compatible with BlackBerry Torch 9800 as well. Follow “Android > Android Phones 720P Video (*.mp4)” or “Android Phones 1080P Video(*.mp4 )”. This format shrinks a 100min movie down to 1-2GB and still keeps good quality and aspect ratio.

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Or choose “Format > BlackBerry > BlackBerry Playbook HD 720p(*.mp4)“. The preset is specially designed for Playbook but the output videos could fit on BlackBerry Torch 9800 perfectly and supplies full-screen playback.

3. Start the conversion from MKV to MP4 video for BlackBerry Torch 9800.

4. After the process, transfer the videos to your BlackBerry Torch 9800 Phone.

So there you have it. Pretty simple! In this way, you can effortlessly play 1080p/720p MKV videos on BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone as you like.


1. If you are not satisfied with the default settings, click the “Settings” button, you can change the settings by yourself. You can change the video size (pix), bitrate, audio channels, etc. Just remember the file size mainly depends on the bitrate, which means the higher bitrate you set, the bigger size you get. According my experience, the 720p and with 1500~2000kbps bitrate is just suitable setting for watching videos on Android phones.

2. If your want to do some editing with your video such as cutting the part you don’t need, adding text/image/video watermark or adding the subtitle, just click the “Edit” button to do these work.

3. When BlackBerry Torch 9800 refuses to play a video, it could be due to one or more of the following reasons:

  • Unsupported video format (e.g. *.mkv format)
  • Unsupported codec (e.g. AC3)
  • Huge file size (e.g. H.264 MP4 video of 10GB+)
  • High resolution (e.g. 1080p video and above)
  • Protections (e.g. Digital Copy movies)

4. To rip Blu-rays, DVDs and ISO/IFO to BlackBerry Torch 9800 supported formats, thi all-in-one package Video Converter Ultimate will be your best choice.


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