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My wife is trying to upload a video from her Droid to YouTube. She goes to her gallery, selects the video, and then from the share menu chooses YouTube. She then enters the video info and clicks “Upload.” The phone tells her the upload is complete. However, the video is absolutely nowhere to be found. She is not even prompted to enter information about her YouTube channel. It simply says “public for ____,” where ____ is her email address. The phone absolutely assures her the video has been uploaded, but no search will call it up, and YouTube insists there is no such video.
(Also, even if she had a YouTube channel, which I went ahead and created for her, she’s never given the option to enter the information for it.)
Surely we are not doing anything wrong, since this should be a matter of a few simple steps, so does anyone have any ideas?