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  1. miller's Avatar
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    I have Kinoma and TCPMP on my ATT Centro. Yesterday, I got an email with a .WMV attachment. When I tried to open it, it says:

    There are no installed applications that can open this attachment.

    What do I need or what settings do I need to change on what I have?
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    Check out this link at Kinoma.com about compatibility of wmv files.

    Kinoma 4 doesn't support older wmv files? - Kinoma Forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRKayak View Post
    Check out this link at Kinoma.com about compatibility of wmv files.

    Kinoma 4 doesn't support older wmv files? - Kinoma Forum
    so....are wmv files not able to be viewed on a Centro?
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    Older versions, not so much, newer versions, yes, but the link talks about conversion programs. Check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRKayak View Post
    Check out this link at Kinoma.com about compatibility of wmv files.
    Thanks for posting the link! FWIW, I believe that the "There are no installed applications that can open this attachment" is being displayed by the email application.

    If you can save the attachment to an SD card, there's a good chance that Kinoma Player 4 EX can play it.

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    I saved it and tried opening it. Now it says, "Buy Kinoma Player 4 EX to play "wma""
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    Quote Originally Posted by miller View Post
    I saved it and tried opening it. Now it says, "Buy Kinoma Player 4 EX to play "wma""
    Correct, Kinoma Player 4 EX is required to play WMA files. (Sorry, I didn't realize you were using Kinoma Player 4.)

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