Oh well. The battery seems to last long enough. But I've been trying to get Youtube to work but to no avail. I did some tricks from the apad.tv forum (the Hybrid ROM link, the second post and first reply on this thread).
Namely, I emptied the cache for the Google Framework Services and force closed that program. Then I rebooted the tablet and after a minute or two I check the App Market and there was Youtube and several other apps. I downloaded youtube but youtube always crashes (force closes) after running for five seconds. I can't seem to get it to work. I followed another forum and downloaded an app called VideoBox which has both Youtube and Vimeo embedded, but the number of Youtube videos is very limited. I can't find my favorite videos using the search function of that thing.
I don't know if this is an issue with Flash but it appears my Superpad III has Flash Player 10.1 installed in the system (cannot be uninstalled). I've been trying to update to Flash Player 10.3 but I can't find it in the app market and I tried using AppBrain App Market to get the update but cannot since AppBrain doesn't find it in the regular market.
Another thing is that running Dolphin HD Browser, I go to Youtube and try to run some videos but a message says the video cannot be played. This happens for all videos I've tried. Whats going on?
Seems like Youtube is resisting every one of my attempts to run it on the Superpad III tablet. I don't feel like installing the rooted Hybrid ROM since I'm afraid it might mess up some of my other apps and settings (Someone posted that Angry Birds runs funny after installing the ROM).
Any pointers to get Youtube to run, without installing the ROM, would be most appreciated. Anyway, I hope to get some replies soon and thanks in advance for the help.