1. OPtEeMoOSh's Avatar
    Ok I know Flash is not supported but: Am I supposed to be able to watch html5 embedded videos on my Bold 9930's browser? Cause when I click or press (yay touch screen!) on play it tries to load at first but then it doesn't play and instead it reads "Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available". I was under the impression that OS7 allows you to watch html5 vids. I guess I was wrong? Do I need to tweak anything under the browser's options? I thought I saw a 9860 been able to play things like these in one of those crackberry videos.

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    08-27-11 09:48 AM
  2. fayskelley's Avatar
    I completely agree

    I waited a Long long time for 9930
    and I am disappointed in a lot of things about it.

    First the Browser is combersome and I cannot delete things I want to get off the bookmarks page.

    The 9930 is certainly no replacement for a computer while on the run.

    should have waited til iPhone came to Sprint. what a waste !
    09-21-11 07:23 PM
  3. OniBerry's Avatar
    Ok I know Flash is not supported but: Am I supposed to be able to watch html5 embedded videos on my Bold 9930's browser? Cause when I click or press (yay touch screen!) on play it tries to load at first but then it doesn't play and instead it reads "Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available". I was under the impression that OS7 allows you to watch html5 vids. I guess I was wrong? Do I need to tweak anything under the browser's options? I thought I saw a 9860 been able to play things like these in one of those crackberry videos.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    Sure, hit the mobile site. m.youtube.com Scroll to the bottom and choose Desktop.

    Scroll all the way down again and click on Try Something New.

    You will be brought to a 'TestTube' page. Scroll down until you see HTML5 Video (should be around 'Caption Editor' and 'YouTube Music Discovery') Click on Try it out.

    You will need a Google account that has been linked with YouTube. Make sure you are signed in. Videos with ads will NOT play.

    Cheers,
    09-21-11 07:35 PM
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