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Youtube doesn't work on PSP

I installed everything:PSPTube, pandora's battery, custom firmware 3.xx and made an account on youtube. still, i can't watch videos on youtube on my psp

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Try "pspube.com" on your psp ot watch videos (this is only way to do that for me is well) but firstly you have to download them

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Posted on May 26, 2009

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