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HI i just moved a couple months ago and i now have cricket broadband and i was wondering if there was any browser like skyfire for mobile that would optimize flash videos so i wouldnt have to pause and wait for them to buffer and could generally reduce the bandwidth it takes to view a page because i have a 5 gb a month limit

any input would be greatly appreciated
Edited by Elev8rSh0es - 12/22/10 at 9:41pm
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Not to troll. Commection? Not sure...
Nothing other than setting your web browsers cache will increase the video loading speed, and that's only after you've let it load at least once.
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Not to troll. Commection? Not sure...
Nothing other than setting your web browsers cache will increase the video loading speed, and that's only after you've let it load at least once.
thanks for calling me out on a typo sorry I'm not perfect like you. This site gets worse and worse every year.

anything USEFUL would be appreciated.
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use any public DNS server and use their cache for faster internet loading. That will work!

I used to have dial-up back in time, using a DNS server (OPENDns in my case) made a world of difference for my networked home.

Try it and see how it works out for you!
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