How to Open a File With the Extension 3GP
3GPP, the Third Generation Partnership Project, developed the 3GP video file format. Files with the extension 3GP are commonly used on 3G cell phones and cell phones supporting video capture. Users share 3GP files over the Internet for sharing purposes in message forums, peer-to-peer sites and other file-sharing websites. Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems have the ability to play 3GP files, but only a handful of media players play the video format.
Download, install and run QuickTime Player.
Click "File" and "Open File" to locate your 3GP.
Browse the folder where you stored the 3GP and click "Open." QuickTime Player will play the 3GP file.
Download, install and run RealPlayer SP.
Click the "File" menu and click "Open." A dialog box will appear on the upper left-hand corner of RealPlayer SP.
Click "Browse" to locate the 3GP file.
Click "Open" once you find the 3GP. RealPlayer SP will play the file.
VideoLAN VLC Media Player
Download, install and run VLC Media Player.
Click "Media" and then "Open File" to locate the 3GP.
Locate the 3GP and click "Open" to allow VLC Media Player to play back the 3GP.