User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.76 Safari/537.36 Steps to reproduce: Browsed to "http://m.r7.com/universalizationLayer/m/t/videos" from Gaia browser Tested on: User Agent String: Mozilla/5.0 (Mobile; rv:27.0) Gecko/27.0 Firefox/27.0 Model: nice Software: Boot2Gecko 126.96.36.199-prerelease Platform Version: 27.0a1 Build identifier: 20130928030636 Update channel: default Actual results: The site loads but browser is stuck and cannot play video, followed by the message: "Video can't be played because the file is corrupt" Expected results: The web page should have been displayed correctly for mobile Displays correctly on Firefox for Android and Chrome for Android
Interesting, I can't get it to play on Chrome for Android or Firefox for Android. I get either the following message in both: "Desculpe-nos. Vídeos disponíeis apenas para iOS e Androids." (Forgive us. Videos are only available for iOS and Android). Or sometimes I get an Access Denied message. When clicking on a video from the Android stock browser I get an intent to either download or play the video in a media player. It seems like there's some sniffing logic on the server that is falling over.
Testing this again, I'm able to play the videos in Firefox for Android (nightly) without a problem but still get the "sorry videos are only available for Android and iOS" message. Looking for a contact now.
Attempting contact through this form: http://www.r7.com/institucional/comunicar-erro/index.html
This site is somewhat odd - I can play some videos (i.e. http://m.r7.com/universalizationLayer/m/p/5889_1538844_908.htm ). Most videos just apologise for "only" being available on iOS and Android - but here's the thing: Android stock browser, Firefox on Android and Firefox OS browser play the same videos and fail to play the same videos! If a video says it's not available, the same message appears for that video even in the Android stock browser. Invalid? If we can find a video that *does* play in Android stock or iOS but not in Firefox, we should contact them. If not, we can close it. Seems they serve the same stuff across the board..
I tried to find videos without success. :) It will be reopened if someone has a case.