ROM with HQ Youtube for Touch Pro 2 -Windows Mobile
If you have a Rhodium, you must be aware of the lack of HD quality on Youtube. Well, now thanks to XDA member Wild Child that problem is fixed. We normally do not cover ROMs on our articles but this time due to the importance of the fix included on the developer´s work, we thought it would be worth pointing it out. Four different ROM´s can be found on the original thread and all of them having HD Youtube fixed. This is one of the first cooks including it and sure other developers will follow suit, so no more complaining about the bad video quality on your device!.
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Originally posted by Wild Child
03/26/2011 WCX ILLUMINATI SERIES EURO TP2 HQ Youtube 21916/23148/2021 CFC’d
YouTube now plays HQ content 03-26-2011 HQ You Tube w/sound
For those who want the Settings Icon
in start menu to redirect to Windows Settings Page….Heres the fix Install cab….Then disable manila….hook up via activesync, browse to \Windows\Start Menu\Programs (theres two of them) delete Settings.lnk….reboot phone….enable manila…done…..Enjoy
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