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Old May 6th, 2011, 08:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just. got.my i1boost.android. and I can't get om
youtube to learn how to use it. Opera doesn't support it. How do I change browsers? Alsothereis so much I don't. Umderstand on this phone

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I'm not familiar with a "i1boost.android"? If you know the model name of your phone, there is almost certainly a forum here for it filled with people that can help. Post your questions there, or at least post the model here so a staff member can help you find the correct forum. No matter what, before you get frustrated think "It's just a phone". Good luck with your new toy and have fun.
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I'm new also, but I've learned a good bit @ the i1. To start with, opera mini is @ the fastest browser I've found for the i1, but go to the market and download the opera browser there. It is a little different, a little faster and a little better. Also, on your phone - go to settings, applications, browser settings. Unselect opera mini as as default browser. The widgets for both opera browsers are identical so when you are ready to connect, find the new one and put it on one of your home screens. Next, Opera (and everything else I've tried) doesn't have adobe flash player so you will have to download any video. Just click on the video, and a download option will come up. Select... save to...and I would save it under dcim. Then you can see it in the media gallery on your phone. And it is so much faster if you use wifi. Try "YouPlayer" in the market, it is a direct link to YouTube and is good for mp3 and mp4, but you still have to wait on it to download.
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First, welcome to the forums!

I'm not familiar with a "i1boost.android"? If you know the model name of your phone, there is almost certainly a forum here for it filled with people that can help. Post your questions there, or at least post the model here so a staff member can help you find the correct forum. No matter what, before you get frustrated think "It's just a phone". Good luck with your new toy and have fun.
Boost is the carrier. It's a Motorola i1 or opus one and the phone rocks but it will never get updated out of cupcake. :'(
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