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Answering my own question, it might be linked to this bug, which mentions problems streaming video over http. Indeed, if I store the mentioned file locally instead of streaming, it's shown correctly. I guess the locally stored files I've tried earlier (WebM, Theora) might have other issues, but that seems unrelated to this issue.


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You cannot run qmlscene from the terminal like that. Applications are run under confinement. Also, you should not set the device root filesystem to read/write mode. It will only result in problems with updates in the future.


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Just downgrade to previous version of libkf5networkmanagerqt6 sudo apt-get --reinstall install libkf5networkmanagerqt6=5.18.0-0ubuntu1


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I usualy use MP4 as prefered format on Ubuntu Touch no problem. It's very basic video player many things are unsupported. I suspect that you are using unsupported codec for example h.265 or other fancy codecs. Try converting it to h.264 (working for sure).


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I ended up re-installing Qt5 by downloading an installer file. I had to change that file into an executable and then I ran it and Qt re-installed and it worked. All the examples disappeared after I closed it the first time, so googled that problem and someone came up with some command lines to do to get the examples back and those worked. So I would ...


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Wasn't so simple on OTA 10.1 (Ubuntu 15.04), BQ E5, with phablet-shell ssh connection, I had to issue this one-liner command line to get it to run: APP_ID=com.ubuntu.clock_clock_3.7.456 \ QML2_IMPORT_PATH=/usr/share/click/preinstalled/com.ubuntu.clock/3.7.456/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf \ QML_IMPORT_TRACE=1 \ /usr/bin/qmlscene \ ...



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