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6th July 2013, 01:30 PM |#521  
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dentex: Would you be open to a suggestion of adding the ability to cancel downloads manually?

That sounds good. Sometimes we selected the wrong size or something.

This is my first time using the app, and it works great! Open source too! Thanks

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6th July 2013, 07:27 PM |#522  
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dentex: Would you be open to a suggestion of adding the ability to cancel downloads manually?

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That sounds good. Sometimes we selected the wrong size or something.

This is my first time using the app, and it works great! Open source too! Thanks

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If you tap the app icon in the notification bar while downloading, the download manager is opened. There you can cancel the download.
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6th July 2013, 09:05 PM |#523  
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If you tap the app icon in the notification bar while downloading, the download manager is opened. There you can cancel the download.

I tried that and long pressing, but never saw anything. I'll have to try that out. Thanks.
7th July 2013, 07:27 PM |#524  
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If you tap the app icon in the notification bar while downloading, the download manager is opened. There you can cancel the download.

Exactly! I was about to say that.

thanks.
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7th July 2013, 07:35 PM |#525  
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Hey guys, I bricked my phone, on Friday evening. I was doing nothing special, just installing a test development version of YTD as I did a million times, now. Then followed a reboot, the Samsung splash, and then freeze...
I tried to install again the CyanogenMod, the SGS2 stock firmware in various flavors, then I noticed that after trying the 2.3.6 or something, there was an error in the screen regarding some integrity check; so it's an hardware failure, for sure.
Now I have to wait tomorrow to contact the assistance and see what I can do.
I'm afraid I will be without my device for a few days... It's incredible how we are now tight to those little machines. During this weekend I found myself kinda "disconnected"... LoL!!!

And on Thursday, my Linux Desktop laid frozen for an HDD failure. Bad sectors came out of the blue preventing the system to run. Other partitions untouched (luckily). Now I'm running the PC from RAM...

It's a curse!!!
7th July 2013, 07:44 PM |#526  
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Hey guys, I bricked my phone, on Friday evening. I was doing nothing special, just installing a test development version of YTD as I did a million times, now. Then followed a reboot, the Samsung splash, and then freeze...
I tried to install again the CyanogenMod, the SGS2 stock firmware in various flavors, then I noticed that after trying the 2.3.6 or something, there was an error in the screen regarding some integrity check; so it's an hardware failure, for sure.
Now I have to wait tomorrow to contact the assistance and see what I can do.
I'm afraid I will be without my device for a few days... It's incredible how we are now tight to those little machines. During this weekend I found myself kinda "disconnected"... LoL!!!

Get a Nexus 4!

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7th July 2013, 07:48 PM |#527  
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Get a Nexus 4!

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Ahahah! Sure! if my SGS2 was out of its warranty... and it isn't. So I think will be replaced.
7th July 2013, 08:59 PM |#528  
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subtitles
Works GREAT!

Now, how do I download the videos so that it will play subtitles or closed captions embedded in youtube videos?
8th July 2013, 08:43 AM |#529  
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Works GREAT!

Now, how do I download the videos so that it will play subtitles or closed captions embedded in youtube videos?

Sadly it does not work like that. The CC from youtube cannot be downloaded using this app nor any other for that matter. (Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm sure of it) Anyway, is there even a desktop app that could do that?

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Get a Nexus 4!

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Hahaha the N4 community is large enough as it is. But hey, the more the merrier

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8th July 2013, 07:21 PM |#530  
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Is it possible to add support for mobile youtube, if you're within the browser. (m.youtube.com)
8th July 2013, 11:02 PM |#531  
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What exactly is the search term to find it on F Droid?

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