If you are having issues playing MP4 video on Nexus 6P, you may wish to read this post. It explains a workaround to make incompatible MP4 files playable on Nexus 6P.
MP4 video won’t play on my Nexus 6P
“Hi guys, anyone else getting a ‘Can’t play video’ error when trying to play an .mp4 video on Nexus 6P? Any fix to this problem? I would really appreciate any help.”
It’s probably the MP4 video is encoded by a codec that not supported by your video player on Nexus 6P. To go through this, you can consider transcoding the MP4 movie to a format that is compatible with Nexus 6P first, such as H.264 MP4. Check a quick guide on how to convert unsupported MP4 files for Nexus 6P playback.
How to convert MP4 files for playing in Nexus 6P?
Step 1: Start up HD Video Converter as the best MP4 video converter for Nexus 6P. When its main interface pops up, click ‘Add File’ icon to import your source movie files.
Step 2: Choose output format for Nexus 6P
From ‘Profile’ list, choose ‘Android’ > ‘Google Nexus 7 Video (*.mp4)’ as target format for Nexus 6P.
Step 3: Custom Audio and Video settings (Optional)
The default settings assure a good compromise between image quality and file size. If you want to modify video and audio settings in your own way, you can click ‘Settings’ button to do so.
Step 4: Start transcoding incompatible MP4 video files for Nexus 6P playback
When ready, click ‘Convert’ to start encoding unsupported MP4 movies to H.264 MP4 for Nexus 6P. As soon as the conversion is complete, you can click ‘Open’ button to get the output files for playing on Nexus 6P beautifully.
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