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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sitlet, Sep 19, 2010.

  1. sitlet

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    I updated my Evo to 2.2 when it came out, but I just noticed something about flash in the browser: I cannot interact with any of the buttons. For example, when browsing the youtube full site in the browser (not the youtube app) you can hit the button to turn on captions, and hit the other button to switch to HD resolution. For some reason, I cant figure out how to hit those buttons. I tried zooming in all the way, and I hit the resolution button, and the resolutions popped up for about .5 of a second, then went away, its too quick to hit it. I tried double tapping the flash to make it full screen and that doesnt work either. The only thing I can get to work is the slider bar, which seems to work fine.

    Anyone got a solution to this?
     

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  2. anthgav

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  3. sitlet

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    I dont want the mobile version of the site. It only provides 480p video. I need to be able to see 720p video, which the desktop version of the site should give me, if I can find a way to hit the resolution button.
     
  4. anthgav

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    I just tried the desktop site on my phone, I clicked a video then out popped up a window to use youtube app or browser, I selected the app and when it opens up I can select the HQ button. When I click the back button out goes back to the web page.
     
  5. Vincent Law

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    A. This won't work on HDMI if that's what you're trying to do.
    B. The EVO cannot play YouTube's 720p video. It's not encoded as low complexity (thus it can't use the hardware decoder, resulting in a horrible slideshow video).
     
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