Watching Youtube on the Q9m

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  1. jim917

    jim917 New Member

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    full version youtube - make sure you go to start then video sites.
  2. xcel_007

    xcel_007 New Member

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    Im surprised no one mentioned signing up for the Skyfire demo. I have Skyfire on my Q9m and I log into YouTube, Imeem, and a bunch of other flash-based websites with minimum difficulty.

    www.skyfire.com
  3. sherri

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    When did you sign up for the beta, and when did you receive it?
  4. xcel_007

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    I signed up back in mid-Feb. Got the first beta release in Mid-March. The second beta was released in mid-May. So far so good. Unfortunately, I can NOT get Pandora Radio to work on it. But YouTube, Break.com, and other sites like that seem to be no problem.
  5. sherri

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    Good to know. I also have it, but rarely use it.
  6. xcel_007

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    Yeah, it's a great tool. Just remember, they monitor everywhere you go since all the processing is being done on their servers and your phone just renders the info being sent to it. So keep anyway from anything that you might consider "senitive".
  7. sherri

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    99% of the time, it is used to get to this site, when someone posts something I can't see in PIE:wink:

    It was used once by my kids to play videogames that required flash...
  8. anonymous_coward

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    Simply visit http://m.vtap.com. Requires no software and plays all youtube videos in windows media player.

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