Ok, so I'm an ***** and uninstalled the Youtube app using Manage Applications instead of the adb method. I was having problems with it. So now I can't reinstall it. Does anybody know where I can get the apk to reinstall(it's not in the market)?
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Q.....when i first rooted, the youtube app worked fine. then i installed zeam. dont know if this had anything to do with it, but now it doesnt work. i hit it, it brings up a black screen for a second, then closes and goes to the homescreen.
so should i just install this HQ version? and do i need to uninstall my version first? thanks.
- 01-11-2011, 01:49 PM #7
you need a sd card installed, not the autonooter card, or if thats your only one, reformat it first.
In the market download astro file manager. In astro go to the menu>app manager. Check the box next to the YouTube app then tap backup at the top of the screen. After backing it up, uninstall the app (nook color tools or astro will work) then use astro app manager to reinstall from the SD card. (Thanks to AintSkerd for this tip)
im considering installing the hi def youtube, but i will only do it knowing i have a backup of the original on my sd card from when i had the same problem. ive also heard of others using titanium backup to clear the app data for youtube with success for this problem, but have no experience doing that myself.
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Didn't find anything yet. Any ideas? The hack/mod can be helpful for Droid X/2 owners who also complain about low speaker volume. Any ideas, Will?
The other hack that is needed badly is making Flash_for_21.apk work on NC. So far, the NC most probably reports to app that HW acceleration is unavailable, so it won't work. The hack needed is new, HW accelerated 2D/3D drivers and HW assisted overlay. Sure, the advent of CM7 to the NC should solve the problem.
The present calibration routine is quirky, the calibration hack published in the NC wiki is quirky, too.
BTW, it was me at XDA-Devs who has find that EVO's HQ YouTube apk works on NC, see it in my blog: fineoils.blogspot.com
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in will's work-arounds thread on xda,
[HOW-TO] Work-arounds for issues with stock Nook Color ROM - xda-developers
there is a link to download it (#15).
here is the link: http://db.tt/y5vVvI2
check the xda thread for full details
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Just tried it and got the same thing. It worked the day I posted it but thhat was from my computer, today I tried from my nook, so perhaps that is the problem. If not hopefully our friendly neighborhood adviser Will will see this and be able to help as he is the one who posted it on xda
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