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Old 01-01-2008, 08:09 PM
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New Kitchen and Youtube access?

Has anyone been able to get youtube videos to play using the selections from the new kitchen?

It appears the right version of TCPMP is included in the kitchen, and I believe I chose the right java codec pack. Unfortunately I only get errors when loading videos from youtube. I've tried reinstalling TCPMP and the "FlashVideoBundle" cab over the existing install. That hasn't helped.

If anyone's been able to install the new kitchen and view youtube or google videos - I'd appreciate knowing the correct kitchen selections and application steps.

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Old 01-02-2008, 03:54 PM
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No issues for me. It's worked in every rom since using the new kitchen.
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Thanks for the reply! I checked your file, and while I'm at work - it seems like I made the applicable similar selections (esmertec java and the Flash video bundle). I'll have to confirm when I get home. Otherwise, hopefully I'll get a chance to reflash this week.

While I was visiting family over break, I realized it would be nice to have readily available entertainment like youtube.

So you just open up IE, type in www.youtube.com - select a video, and TCPMP opens and plays? Actually, unless I'm blind, I don't see TCPMP in your list of selections. Do you install that separately?
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TCPMP is a requirement of the flash video bundle, so if it's selected then TCPMP will be added with it.
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TCPMP is just listed as CORE under programs. At least on mine it is. I search and downloaded just the Flash Bundle and I still get error saying that either jave is disabled or I do not have flash player. What I used was from the youtube/googe video thread update?? Any thoughts cuase I don't feel like flashing my phone again.

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Old 01-02-2008, 08:42 PM
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So you just open up IE, type in www.youtube.com - select a video, and TCPMP opens and plays? Actually, unless I'm blind, I don't see TCPMP in your list of selections. Do you install that separately?
This works for me.
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Old 01-03-2008, 01:30 AM
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Thanks for the reply! I checked your file, and while I'm at work - it seems like I made the applicable similar selections (esmertec java and the Flash video bundle). I'll have to confirm when I get home. Otherwise, hopefully I'll get a chance to reflash this week.

While I was visiting family over break, I realized it would be nice to have readily available entertainment like youtube.

So you just open up IE, type in www.youtube.com - select a video, and TCPMP opens and plays? Actually, unless I'm blind, I don't see TCPMP in your list of selections. Do you install that separately?
What tiermann said.
Because I selected FlashVideoBundle in the kitchen, it adds TCPMP.
When I click on a video on youtube, I get a pop-up menu w/ the option to "Play Video" "Save Video" or "Linked Page".

Is there any chance those of you having issues are using an older OEM?
I would start by making sure you have the latest kitchen files and PPCGeeksOEM.rar package.
Check to make sure that your FlashVideoBundle is #ffffffff-01b6-4c37-8c35-4b70df6a7d3d
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Old 01-03-2008, 08:23 AM
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Thanks for the info - I'm going to reflash this weekend. I know others have had these same issues from searching the forums, but hadn't had confirmation that it was supposed to work with the new kitchen. I must have an old oem, so I'll reflash with your selections.

Thanks again.
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Old 01-06-2008, 04:41 PM
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I just wanted to thank you guys again, I reflashed my phone with the OEM's listed above - and everything's working great. I appreciate the selections by Fast RX8.

I'm now curious what other flash video sites work, I know I've seen a list before. I'll do some research.
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I have the latest ROM and the Flash Video Bundle mentioned above in post #7. I always get an error of "YouTube swf args not found." Forgetting all of the "swf" jokes, what am I doing wrong? I tried getting to YouTube from the "Video Sites" icon in Programs and directly by typing in YouTube.com in the address bar. After clicking on the video, I get the little menu and I select "play video." That is when the error shows up.
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