How to Play WMA on Nexus 7 Tablet
The new Nexus 7 failed to playback your WMA music? Yeah, it's a common problem. Many Nexus 7 users complained in some forums that their Google Nexus tablets failed to recognize the WMA audio files. If you want to play the WMA files on Nexus 7, you can try Wimamp or PowerAmp music players in the Play Store. However, if you've tried the two players mentioned without any success; it's probably a DRM-protected WMA file. At this time, you'd better use a third party tool to convert the WMA to an MP3 for smoother playback on Nexus 7.
The Wondershare Video Converter is highly recommended. With it, you can convert the WMA files to an MP3 quickly and easily. It's capable of converting your WMA files up to 30 times faster than any other converter out there and also with lossless quality.
Now, just start to learn how to play your WMA music on Nexus 7. Let's go!
1 Add WMA files to this WMA to Nexus 7 converter
Launch the program and you're ready to upload your WMA files. To do it, you can simply drag-and-drop your local WMA files from the computer onto the interface or click the button on the main menu.
2 Select MP3 format
An MP3 format is widely accepted by most brand or model of devices and hence, the Nexus 7 is no exception. So right over here, we'll select MP3 as the output format. To choose the MP3 as your desired output format, you can view the supported list from output format's drop-down menu, and go to Format>Audio category. Simply click on the format and it'll be highlighted as your choice of conversion.
3 Convert WMA to Nexus 7
Press the Convert button on the lower-right corner of the interface to convert your WMA files to MP3. You'll be able to view the progress of the conversion as well. There's also the Pause button if you need to put it on halt or Cancel it during the conversion.
4 Transfer WMA to Nexus 7
There'll be a pop-up message on your screen once the conversion has finished and you'll be able to click on the message to retrieve your converted files. Alternatively, click on the Open Folder to see where's the actual storage path in your local directory. Now you can connect your Nexus 7 to the computer via the USB cable and once it's detected, you can copy and paste it directly.
Here is the brief video tutorial.
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