Which file types, audio, and video codecs are supported on your blackberry device depends on your device model, and on your wireless network. So we give you a list of all the things that should be supported but you should know that some stuff on this list may not be supported if you have a somewhat older model of this phone. Be sure to check with what file extension your specific model will not work properly before you start to convert your files, so you wouldn’t lose your time on something that will not work. Without further ado, here we go:
Supported file extensions
For extensions MKV, MPEG, MOV, AVI and MP4 you will be needing supported video codecs and supported audio codecs in order to be able to open and use your files on your blackberry phone. In this list are also F4V, M4V, 3G2, ASF, WMV, 3GP, and ISMV.
Without video codecs
For the following, you don’t need any video codec: ACC, M4A, FLAC, OGG, QCP and. SPIMD. You will be needing supported audio codecs. Your blackberry can also, with the right audio codecs, open extensions like MIDI, MKA, MP3, WAV, WMA, and AMR.
Why do you need this
Knowing which files are supported on your blackberry device will help you a lot when you need to convert specific movies, music, and pictures into files that will work perfectly on your device. Look at this lists and then download a converter that can manage the files you already have and convert them into files that you need. If you have multiple options, choose the one that will give you the option of using your converted file later on your other devices such as a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or other mobile phones. Most technological devices can use MP3 and MP4 formats for movies and videos. MP4 is not on this list so it cant be used on blackberry but MP3 files like music will work nice. Just be sure to check if your specific model can work with MP3 extensions.