Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 7th Mar 2009 20:08 UTC
Apple Ever since Apple launched the App Store for iPhone owners, the company has seen some serious criticism regarding its willy-nilly admittance policy. Several popular applications were not allowed into the App Store, forcing the developers of those applications to offer their work only to owners of jailbroken iPhones. From now on, that will be a whole lot easier: the first unauthorised iPhone application store is about to open up shop.
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Trenien
Member since:
2007-10-11

Can't VLC read pretty everything quicktime does?

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flanque Member since:
2005-12-15

I just removed Quicktime and then installed VLC and just as when I tried it ages ago, it doesn't automatically bring up the ability to play the movies, like it does when Quicktime is installed.

If anyone can tell me how I can do this, then I wont reinstall Quicktime.

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Trenien Member since:
2007-10-11

I'm not sure what you mean with:
it doesn't automatically bring up the ability to play the movies, like it does when Quicktime is installed

Are you talking about codecs, or about opening an embeded movie when you're browsing ?

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