Have you been having trouble with your YouTube app working on your Stock ROM HTC Touch Pro 2 or AT&T Tilt 2? If you have then you could be just a few registry edits away from YouTube bliss thanks to Vendetta-NY over at XDA Developers. If you need some help with Registry Edits, then head on over to our Mobility Digest Forums for more information and help from our awesome community. Here’s what you do:

Here’s what I learned while getting the HTC YouTube application included in the OEM AT&T ROM to work perfectly.

The value in the registry needs to be modified:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareHTCYouTube
ProxyName = wireless.cingular.com:80 (default value) needs to be replaced with [BLANK].

This value is intermittently restored, so it is nececssary to change a few others to prevent that.

The value at

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareSUNJVMPRELOADAPP
proxy = wireless.cingular.com:80 (default value) needs to be replaced with [BLANK].

The value at

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINECommConnMgrProviders{EF097F4 C-DC4B-4c98-8FF6-AEF805DC0E8E}HTTP-{436EF144-B4FB-4863-A041-8F905A62C572}
Proxy = wireless.cingular.com:80 (default value) needs to be replaced with [BLANK].

The value at

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareAppsEsmertec JavaProperties
com.sun.midp.io.http.proxy = wireless.cingular.com:80 (default value) needs to be replaced with [BLANK].

Changing these three values will prevent the YouTube proxy from being restored. However, this will prevent the Opera Browser from connecting when the phone is connected via Wi-Fi. In order to fix this, the value at
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareOperaDefaults
ByPassProxyForNonGPRS = 1 (default value) needs to be changed to 0.

I had a lot of problems and looked all over for the solution and could not find it. I have since moved on to NRG’s 2.5 21689 ROM and these problems have been resolved. Make sure you head back over to XDA and thank Vendetta for the great information! Let us know if this worked for you and drop us a comment!

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