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it usually takes more time for videos to download on your phone than it does on a regular computer. cellular file transsfer isnt fast enough to stream vvideos of high quality. it would help to pause the video for awile and let it download and then watch it. either that or you can take the videos url from youtube and goto keepvid.com and you can download the entire video and watch it after it completes. alwqays sselect the .mp4 version of videos since .flv videos arent yet compatible with g1 yet flash support will be coming soon
i know how it sucks when you purchase a new mobile and you face something like this. But i have an answer for you. i had the same problem last week and i have found a solution from one of my friends. this problem happens when you open many programs at the same time and the programs are stiull running under. To solve the problem go ahead and turn off your G1 mobile for about 30 seconds. it will start working when you turn on your G1. turning off your G1 will close all the programs running under...good luck
With T-Mobile, you need to have the Total Internet Plan which runs $19.99 on top of your regular cell plan. You need to have access to internet2.voicestream.net. I was disappointed to find out that T-Mobile wouldn't allow streaming of video with any other data plan including T-Zones... I have it now, and YouTube Mobile works just great.