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The generation 3 SimplicityTouch panel comes standard with 2 different android-based browsers.  The shortcut on the HomeScreen opens the browser called UC Browser and the other is stored under Applications and looks like a Blue Globe.

 

The panel must be connected to a network to use this feature.  Flash content will not play on the Android OS.  


It is not uncommon for Google to change their settings and remove support of certain Android OS and/or browsers.  For BEST results, we recommend that you view YouTube and other video content when using a connected computer connected to the panel.

 

Getting YouTube to work on Android

  1. Launch the Browser of choice (UC Browser launches from the shortcut and AOSP is the Blue Globe located under Applications).  Tap Settings in the top right corner of the browser > Select SETTINGS > Select Browser Layout.

     
  2. In UC Browser - Set Browser Layout to TABLET > Close the browser > launch and try the video again.

     
  3. In AOSP (Blue Globe Browser) - Tap top right to access Settings > Select SETTINGS > Select ADVANCED > Set user agent to IPAD  > Close the browser > launch and try the video again.

     
  4. If neither of these troubleshooting tips resolve the issue, it is safe to assume that either Google has discontinued support for this operating system or the network that the panel is connected it may be filtering against Google sites.

 

If none of these solutions help resolve your issue go ahead and submit a support ticket: Click Here

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