due to my brother not having the luck of having Froyo on his phone I took a look at it and hacked the newst YouTube app to work with Eclair. I had to remove two calls and add android.util.base64 which was introduced with Froyo. However, it should work flawlessly. If you encounter any problems, feel free to post here along with a little description and if possible a logcat dump of the exception.
Thank you. This is the best UI for the You Tube app to date. Installed with Root Explorer. The other files I deleted besides the system/app apk were in data/data and data/dalvik-cache. Running great on JI6.
I used the Root Explorer to replace a system app for the first time. Indeed a neat practice with no risk involved.
Oh yeah and it's working fine !!!!!!
Btw, I 've question about data/dta and data/dalvik-cache. With the Root Explorer do I just empty the entire data/data and data/dalvik-cache folder? If not how do you find the files that's responsible for the corresponding old app
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