WenWM · Jul 31, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Rollemod v0.1 for Youtube v1.5.20 (Froyo fix)

Having your device load all your videos to HQ might not be the best thing for people with a limited data plan. This is here to bring some quality to your life. This software was just recently released, and the creator, XDA member rolle3k, left quite a bit of an impression on me with this software release, and here is a bit of information for you.

Features:

  • Force HQ Videos
  • Download Videos

Active downloads can be viewed by pressing Menu at the main youtube screen, then click on Misc and select Downloads. Save folder can be edited in the Rollemod Settings (also select Misc in Menu).
To download videos, simply press menu while you’re in the player – select misc and press “Download Video”. A dialog will pop up allowing you to chose the quality of the video of your desire.
I am planning on adding more features. But this should do it for now.
Credits:

  • Brut.all – for creating apktool and helping me getting started
  • Google – for creating the Youtube app

You can improve your Youtube Now.


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