Can you send movies to your Droid3 and Bionic, so you don't use data usage?

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  1. vincezors

    vincezors New Member

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    There is a Netflix app, but streaming would destroy the 2G a month data plan. Can we just download videos (.movs, .flvs, etc..) to our computers, then throw them on our Droids so that we don't use up data on our data plans?
     
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    Yeup. I bought dispicable me for my girlfriend and it came with a digital copy which I just put on my microsd card. Ran beautifully. But it can work with any other "methods" of procuring movies.

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    Yea Iv downloaded Movies. Like Satndalone said just put them on your SD card and you should be able to watch them. But I knw my phone doesnt play certain video formats. So you might have to convert them.
     
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    Thank you both.
     
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    You can also store movies on your PC and stream them to the Bionic using ZumoCast. Of course, you'll need to be on WiFi or it will count against your data usage.

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    That's the wonder if drag and drop capabilities. Gotta love android.
     
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    sweet. Yeah I just upgraded from LG2, a 2007 or 2008 phone. Total pos, so learning how to use a smart phone :D
     
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