How To Watch DVD’s On Your Android With Subtitles
If you own an Android phone which can handle 720p movies, and want to be able to watch some of your DVD’s on your phone but not sure of the best way to do this, check out XDA forum member mafiapanda‘s tutorial.
You’ll need the Handbrake DVD ripper software, a USB data cable, enough memory on your device and mVideoPlayer (free player available on the Market).
The tutorial also covers adding subtitles – a simple case of grabbing the subtitles from a repository and placing them in the same folder as your mp4, with the exact same name as the mp4 that you have created.
For full step by step instructions, head on over to the forum thread.
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