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Go to Settings, tap on General, tap on Restrictions, enable Restrictions if you haven’t already, and disallow YouTube. Doing so has the dual benefit of redirecting all YouTube links to the mobile website and hiding the native app on the device, clearing up more space for apps you actually want to use.


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If you disable monetisation and you have no third-party content in your YouTube video, then no ads will be shown on the video. You can check if Content ID has identified third-party content in your videos by checking your My Videos page as a link will be shown next to the video if this is the case.


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If none of that works, open Terminal and enter killall Dock.


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You need newer Safari & newer Flash. Whether that's possible on 10.6.8 or not is another matter. Try http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/flashplayer/distribution3.html for the full download version of the latest Flash & see if it will [or check some of the older versions listed underneath] You may likely have to use another browser, Firefox, Chrome, ...


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Same thing here. Downloaded the new app (red color). Youtube now works on my iPad1 with iOS 5. Kids are no longer crying!



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