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I am using HTC Explorer phone, running Android 2.3.5. I use Opera mini and Opera mobile to browse. Whenever I click any YouTube video in the browser to play, automatically the YouTube app opens and starts loading the video but I have a slow connection so I want videos to be played in streaming media player. For any other websites RTSP links it asks me for the app to use.

Earlier it used to ask me for YouTube videos also but now I don't know what settings I have changed. It does not ask now and opens YouTube app. How can I fix this?

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Did u try disabling youtube –  sameer Mar 10 at 12:29

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  1. Go into Settings -> Applications
  2. Search for Youtube
  3. Scroll to the Launch by default section
  4. Tap on Clear defaults
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Their are no defaults set for the youtube app.The option "clear defaults" is grayed out. –  Akash Jul 20 '13 at 17:05

you should try resetting defaults for your browser app from application manager.

go to settings > application manager > click your browser app from app list (which ever browser u r using) > you are in app info now > clear defaults. this might help u.

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How about some details on how to do that? –  Al E. Apr 12 at 2:40
    
go to settings > application manager > firefox > reset defaults. –  Usman Haider Apr 12 at 6:54
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Please don't add the information in the comments. Comments are temporary. edit your answer. –  Al E. Apr 12 at 14:21
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The question doesn't mention Firefox anywhere. Why would this be the solution? –  eldarerathis Apr 12 at 18:32
    
thanks for the information. i updated my answer accordingly :-) –  Usman Haider Apr 12 at 19:14

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