It has come to my attention that My Player for android is no longer supported by the Google play store. The google play store has taken down My Player from its app, due to violating the terms and conditions of their application program guide for mobile apps. So, in order to use your My Player on an Android phone you will have to go over to the Android Market site, and download this app from there. After you've downloaded the app, it should work like new, but it won't be able to read the files that you had previously downloaded from the play store.
First of all, we will need to uninstall any external media players that you may have, such as those that you may have connected to your television through Bluetooth. Most people already know that they should not connect any external players to their computer, but sometimes people forget that they need to uninstall these players from their computers as well. After you have uninstalled these players from your computer, you will need to connect the My Player back up to your mobile device through usb, or some other method, so that it will be able to read the files that you have previously downloaded from the play store. However, if you want to transfer any data from your computer to your android device, it is highly recommended that you transfer that data to a computer instead of using your portable player.
Once your player is connected to your android device, you will need to configure it with your music or video preferences. Normally, this process is very simple, and it usually just requires turning off the effects that are currently on screen, as well as changing the quality levels that are currently available. If you are trying to watch a movie, for example, you can change the quality from High to Ultra High, or High to the quality that you were used to watching the movie in, without having to change out your existing videos. Once all of these features are working, you will be able to enjoy your newly updated, high definition audio or video player.