Samsung Galaxy Series

Change/Reformat BD/DVD movies for Personal Digital Devices(Phone/Tablet/Laptop)

Amazon Fire TV, Apple Devices(iPAD, Blu-ray to Videos, iPhone, iPod), iTunes, Samsung Galaxy Series, Samsung TV, Tablet/Phone Reviews
The guides shows you how to convert Blu-ray video files to Personal Digital Devices(Phone/Tablet/Laptop) compatible videos so that you can view Blu-ray on your Phone/Tablet/Laptop with no hassle. When putting Blu-ray movies to your Personal Digital Devices, what happens is that the video players installed in your devices are not able to recognize the 'Blu-ray Disc' files.Thus a Blu-ray to Digital Devices Ripper is badly needed if you have the needs to load BD/DVD content to any cellphone or pad. Through searching related keywords online, many BD/DVD rippers/converters are available, while most of which are charged. Which one to choose? By searching, Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper is highly recommended because it could cracks the AACS or BD+ protections for blu-ray discs. Now I can successfu...

Viewing Blu-ray movies on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, Samsung Galaxy Series, Tablet/Phone Reviews
In this article, we list all the tips and tricks about viewing Blu-ray movies with Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. Learn details now. The most striking feature of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ is the displays that stretch beyond the typical aspect ratio of 16:9 to 18.5:9 (roughly two to one). Why so tall? This shape allows Samsung to give the phones more screen area without making them too wide to operate comfortably with one hand. Samsung isn't the first to go in this direction. We saw a similar shape in the LG G6, which was announced in February.The displays of these new Samsungs measure 5.8 inches (S8) and 6.2 inches (S8+). Technically, they're a whopping 18 percent larger than those on their immediate ancestors, the S7 and S7 Edge, whose displays were respectively 5.1 and 5.5 inches. We found th...