Hopefully someone can shed some light on this. I have a Tour, running 126.96.36.1999 and no matter what I cannot stream youtube videos on it. I've tried going to the mobile site (m.youtube.com), their regular site, and using XENZOU from App World. I've contacted my carrier (a local CDMA provider). I am defineatly connected to 3G (or 1XEV) and they say that they're not blocking access to youtube. Everytime it just says error trying to play video, with no details as to why it errored out.
I have friends on other carriers (Telus, and Rogers) and they can stream with no problems, which is strange because Telus basically uses the network that my carrier has put up.
I have also tried using other browsers (Bolt, and Opera Mini) with no luck.
My carrier claims that they are not blocking access to it, but I'm starting to think that they are.
Yep, APN settings are crucial for some carriers. As a Sprint user I don't have any, but you can find a list of settings by carrier in the BBFAQ. To access them, go to Options > Advanced Options > TCP/IP.
OK, sorry for the extremely delayed response, but I finally got a chance to call my carrier and they said that because we are a CDMA network, APN settings do not apply to us, since they are using a form of IP addressing. Can anyone confirm this?