I don't know exactly who is at fault in this situation, but I am trying to find out. I recently got a Samsung Galaxy S Pro, and come to find that the maximum file size limit for uploading over 3g is 3mb. Ok, who the f**k in their right mind thought this of being a great idea, obviously not a consumer. Ok, that's not even the worst part, it tells you to upload via wifi for files larger than 3mb. Ok, so I am ready to upload that 200mb 720p video to Youtube over wifi. Wait....what is that - it doesn't work? Even over wifi, this phone(and I am assuming all other Android phones) apparently have some sort of file upload restriction, EVEN OVER WIFI, that I think is 128mb. At first I thought, maybe its a Youtube upload file size max for mobile uploads only considering as the file upload limit on Youtube is clearly stated as 2gb. So then, I try many file hosting sites that provide unlimited file sizes, and those too, also give a maximum file size upload error. So, let me get this straight, these great Android phones can take awesome 720p quality videos, but you cannot upload over 3mb over 3g(what the hell can you even upload in this siutation....nothing? Maybe a 640 x 480 resolution picture of my ass?). And then, when ANYTHING over wifi should be completely unlimited, and work just like a PC, uploads are still limited at a disgustingly low 128mb or so. So with that limit in mind, you cant even upload around greater than a 1 min, 30 second 720p video. Really, this is just pitiful. At this point, I am assuming the file upload restrictions would have to be in Android, because why would a carrier care how big file sizes would be over wifi? I have seen other people complain of this problem all over the web, but they somehow seem to be accepting it? Really? A brand new powerful smartphone that essentially can't do anything it's meant to do unless you transfer the files to a computer, completely defeating the purpose of the phone. Regarding the file size limits for both 3g and wifi, it is just plain ridiculous. So ATT has two meager data plans at 200mb and 2gb, and you can't even use the bandwidth you paid for to upload what you want, whether it be a 2gb file in one sitting, or whatever. And regarding wifi, how is it even feasible to have any sort of limitations in place. All I know is that wherever these limitations are coming from, they need to be removed immediately, or I am sure that I, and many others, are returning these pieces of shit. If nothing is going to be done, while we are at it, why don't we just bend over and prepare for insertion.