"Waiting For WiFi" - To Upload 3D Movies Using TubeMate
After I made a video on Saturday afternoon, I've been waiting for TubeMate to upload my video ever since. Instead, I get a "Waiting For WiFi" message, and it just sits on standby. The file itself is a little less than 30megs, so it's not like it's an incredibly huge file.
Has anyone else come across this error message while trying to upload 3D content to YouTube?
And is there some other hassle-free app that will allow me to upload 3D videos there?
Last edited by ProfeZZor X; July 25th, 2011 at 11:24 AM.
Update: I also cannot upload through the internet app using the full youtube website. I'll get to the part where I can select my file and then the internet app just closes on me without giving me the "force close" error.
So I downloaded Dolphin Browser HD and tried it on that also. It doesn't work using that browser either.
I just don't know what to do anymore. It makes me feel like my 4G speeds are useless.
Yeah, I'm having a similar problem. It will start to upload the video, then stops, gives me the waiting to retry note, then I click "retry" and eventually it uploads the whole thing. EXCEPT then when I try to play the video on YouTube, about half way through I lose sound. Happened on a couple different recordings.
This is the total opposite of what I'm talking about. I want to upload videos, not download youtube videos. But thanks.
Well in that case, what you need to do is sign up with YouTube first and foremost, if you already haven't done so.
After that, I went directly to my videos (on my EVO 3D) and selected the one that I wanted to upload. At first I was getting an error that the device was waiting for a WiFi connection, but it never occurred to me to simply plug it in to my computer. Once I did, it uploaded the movie almost immediately.
I thien went on YouTube and verified that it was there. Sure enough, it was.
I'm not sure if the GSM version behaves differently, but the Sprint version doesn't require you to connect to the PC. (that defeats the purpose of the mobile application in my opinion).
The first time I tried to upload a video, I got an error about upload failed (no waiting for wifi message though). Repeated attempts failed as well. I then logged into youtube on my computer and tried to upload a video - that prompted me to set up my youtube account and profile (yes, I was using the same gmail ID that is set up on my phone). once that was done, I was able to upload video from my PC, and sure enough, I can now upload videos directly from my phone as well
If you are having trouble with playing back the video (losing sound halfway), and if the problem occurs on your computer as well, it is a problem with the video you are uploading.
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