Unable to play Youtube video

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Respected TechyV members, I have MDA T-Mobile (Windows mobile). Although it is an old model mobile but yet have almost all facilities of modern cells. I am unable to play YOUTUBE videos on it, any member please help me out.

My other question is this cell is unable to connect with Windows XP, demands software which currently I don't have. Help me out in detail please.

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Unable to play Youtube video

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Dear Amoyo,

Hope the below mentioned information is of some assistance in clarifying your doubts. There are a couple of applications available that can enable you to watch YouTube videos on your MDA T-Mobile. One such application is YouTube Player. The application is compatible with MDA III. The application can be downloaded from YouTube Player.

YouTube Player will enable you to search and play the videos in your MDA using its own player. The application has been an amalgamation of C and .Net, hence .Net runtime v2 is essential.

YouTube Player supports the below mentioned versions of Windows mobile:

  1. Windows Mobile 2003
  2. Windows Mobile 5.0
  3. Windows Mobile 6 Professional
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Unable to play Youtube video

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Hello Amoyo,

We are happy to help you. The thing is that you need Adobe Flash Player plug-in to play YouTube videos or some HS file extension support. All you have to do is check your phone specifications if it supports Adobe Flash Player. If it supports then you can install Flash Player plug-in for your Windows mobile and play YouTube videos.

You said your using an old phone only the new versions of Windows mobile supports flash content. You must download and install the Windows Mobile Device Center in order to connect your Windows mobile to your PC.

Download it in your PC and using your data cable connect it. Hope that solves both of your cases.

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