orb3000 · Jun 7, 2010 at 09:20 am

Download Youtube Videos in High Quality

XDA member imbunned presents this Windows Mobile application for downloading Youtube videos via WIFI in high quality (MP4). The app works just by simply visiting Youtube: select a video, download it, and play it in your favorite player.
This application can be used with Opera Mini and UC browsers just by adding the proper search engine.

Originally posted by imbunned

  1. go to this adress( Only once) Code: javascript:if%20(window.location.toString().indexOf(‘http://www.youtubevidz.info/’)%20==%20-%20document.location=’http://www.youtubevidz.info/?url=’+escape(window.location);
  2. go to www.youtube.com
  3. search a video
  4. click video thumbnail
  5. menu-enter adress and go to javascript…(step 1)
  6. click download mp4
  7. click save
  8. wait for download and open downloaded file by windows medya player.

You can find more information on the application thread.


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