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Old July 22, 2012, 09:23 AM
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MX Player lacks DTS audio support. I don't know about you guys, but I have a fair number of MKV's that use DTS. As such, I'm left with using BSPlayer which works just as well.

Since I rooted my Nexus 7, I installed CIFS Manager as well (had to install a kernel with CIFS support) so now I can mount my SMB (Windows) network shares and stream all my media to the tablet.

If you can find some XBMC nightlies, it works pretty decently too. You could always compile your own too. Same goes for VLC.

I use Documents to Go for document editing/viewing, but I rarely do that. Google Docs usually is adequate.
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