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There are many ways to watch online video and YouTube videos from your Shadow but perhaps you want to upload a video. It’s easy to do. You do need an email account setup on your Shadow, a data connection, a YouTube account and a video to upload. It’s recommended you upload using a wifi connection instead of Edge. Keep reading for the low down. More >
Eric, an Android Developer, has put together a nice video talking about some of the more requested features for Android on the G1. For G2 (aka MyTouch) fans, there’s a bonus, in the video he is demonstrating Android 1.5 on what appears to be the MyTouch (G2, HTC Magic). The features demonstrated include the haptic feedback on-screen keyboard, video recorder, widgets and YouTube uploading.
Mark D is on a roll this week!
back_right points out that YouTube has released a new app for Windows Mobile that allows you to access YouTube videos. While no app is perfect, many people are finding that it fits the bill. It works over EDGE and Wi-Fi. A few quirks are that the landscape only rotates counter clockwise and that you can’t login to your account. However! You can still access many of your favorite videos like the G1 Unboxing. How quaint.
You can download the new YouTube app for Windows Mobile (Shadow, Wing, Dash) from m.YouTube.com on your phone. If you want more options check out our tutorial which also lets you watch videos from other sites and vTap.
If this keeps up we are going to need to create a category for all the Y.A.M.W.O.V.s people are finding. CyberBuddhah has come to the rescue again with an easy to use app that helps the Shadow make use of the RTSP protocol so more online video streams can be watched. In short you can finally watch videos from m.youtube.com.
Go to this thread on the streaming application and download the cab file to your Shadow. Install and restart your phone. Then open PIE (Pocket Internet Explorer) and type in m.youtube.com in the address bar (Menu > Address Bar). Selecting a video will begin automatic playback. Easy!