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  1. turqrazor's Avatar
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    Default Clear youtube app history?

    There doesn't seem to be a way to remove the recently viewed videos in the playbook youtube app? I don't really want everyone I show my playbook to, to be able to see every youtube video I've watched recently.

    If RIM is always so concerned about security this seems to be a pretty glarring omission.
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    I think another thread suggested, it canNOT be cleaned out. How many does it cache? Maybe just go to "harmless" sites and push out old visits???
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    I post a similar thread but no answer..

    Anyone have any ideas on this or is it not possible at the moment?
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    Chalk it up to another oversight/limitation on the playbook's very long list.
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    It caches the first video I ever viewed.. I can't even view the recent videos anymore since it's so slow on loading up.
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    It seems you can only clean all browsing history in your browser or PB. Force action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity. View Post
    Start using the web version of youtube the next time you want an intimate moment with your Playbook

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    It is possible to clear the cache but using the security wipe feature. This is overkill though as you have to then go back through and reinstall data and applications.

    Fortunately BlackBerry AppWorld remembers what you have installed previously and you can rebuild in an hour or so. This is a lot of work to clear a cache that should be somewhere in the menu structure.

    On the plus side, the clean install appears a bit snappier. -scb97281
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    Try to "Clear All" from Privacy & Security at Browse Setting...

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