The 29th Mobile World Congress has kicked off in sunny Barcelona this weekend. To kick off the major mobile phone announcements, Samsung is announcing the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge at a glitzy show. Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge is expected by many people, if you are also a Samsung Galaxy fan, then you really should not miss Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
It has so many powerful features which provides your life with more convenience and interests. Also, if you have some Oscar DVD movies, watch them on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge during free time is no doubt a good choice. You probably do not know how to play Oscar DVD on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, then here I will take 2016 Oscar “Carol” DVD as example to show you how to play Oscar DVD Carol on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
To be able to play Oscar “Carol” DVD on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, you have to rip Oscar “Carol” DVD to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge supported video format, then just transfer the ripped DVD movie to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge for playback. Here I recommend you with Pavtube DVDAid, as it is a professional and easy-to-use DVD ripper which can rip the latest DVD discs with copy protections to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge compatible video format. Besides, it provides optimized preset format for Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, so you can get the best DVD playback on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with no need to adjust video or audio parameters. Furthermore, this app enables to rip DVD movies to other Android devices including Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, Galaxy Note 5, HTC One M10, LG G5, Sony Xperia Z6 etc.
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Steps to Play Oscar “Carol” DVD on Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
Step 1. Load Oscar “Carol” DVD
Download and install Pavtube DVDAid. Insert Oscar “Carol” DVD into DVD drive, launch the software, and import the source DVD by clicking “Load from Disc” button.
Tip: On the software UI, choose optimized language from Audio and Subtitle drop-down boxes for display in saved movie and check the playback in the preview window.
Step 2: Set output format
Find the optimized format for Galaxy S7/S7 Edge from “Format” menu. Follow “Samsung Galaxy S III Video(*.mp4)” as the best format for Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
Step 3: Start to convert
Start ripping Oscar “Carol” DVD for Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge by clicking “Convert” button.
When Oscar “Carol” DVD to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge conversion is done, you now can transfer the ripped Carol DVD to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge for watching on the go.
How to Transfer Video to Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge?
Method one: Sync music and videos files with Samsung Kies.
Just connect your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge with Samsung Kies, you will be able to synchronize data from Kies to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
Method two: Move music, video to Galaxy S7/S7 Edge via USB cable
Step 1: Connect the USB cable with the slot on your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge and the USB slot on your PC.
Step 2: Open the notification panel and you should see a notification with “Connected as a media device”.
Step 3: Open this entry and activate “Connect as” and “Media device (MTP)”.
Step 4: Now switch to your PC and open the file manager or Windows Explorer.
Step 5: Now you should see the entry “Galaxy S7/S7 Edge”.
Step 6: Open this entry and you see the folders like “music”, “videos” or “download”. Now just drop your files in the folders and you’re done.
Method three: Transfer with Windows Media Player
Step 1. Connect Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge to PC with the USB cable that comes with the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.
Step 2. Launch Windows Media Player on PC, and on the left side bar of Windows Media Player, you’ll find the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge icon.
Step 3. Click on the “Sync” button in top right corner. Drag music, videos, and photos to the “Sync list” area. Here you can drag music, videos, and photos from both the Windows Media Library and your PC folders.
Step 4. When you have dragged all the music, video, and photo files you want to watch on the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, click “Start sync.”
Step 5. Move to the left side bar to click “Sync status” under your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge option to check whether the videos, music and photos have been copied and transferred to your Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge.