Everybody knows that Honey Badger Don’t Care….well not everybody and for those who want to venture into the woods and find out for themselves…good luck. If you want to be a good friend and warn your pals about the “ non-careness” of the honey badger, perhaps you could show them the popular YouTube video (watch it below) while you’re all sitting around sharing a chopped salad. Unfortunately, whether you haven’t paid your phone Internet bill in awhile or the salad shop you’re nestled in isn’t WIFI capable, sometimes viewing videos online isn’t an option. When this situation arises, you can download YouTube videos to your phone for safe viewing any time.
In order to download YouTube videos to your phone, you will need to be able to connect to the Internet at some time with the device. Once you’ve gained access to the World Wide Web the first way you can attempt to download YouTube videos to your phone is by creating a mobile account on YouTube via your cell phone. In order to do this, you first need to sign up for the basic YouTube account. Once you’ve become a bona fide ‘tuber, go into your account, then go to account settings, and click onto Mobile Upload Profiles. From this section, you click ‘create’ and follow the steps to upgrade your basic account into an Internet ready mode. In this setting you can change information such as the email to where your videos are sent and other account details.
Now, on the same phone that you’ve enabled mobile access to YouTube, log onto the web and proceed to the popular file sharing site. Search through the millions of videos of cats eating spaghetti or spaghetti being thrown at cats until you find Honey Badger videos to shock and awe your friends. Once you click on the video in your mobile YouTube profile, you’ll be presented with an option to ‘save video to your device’ and after you select yes the file will be downloaded to your phone for viewing online or off.
After you download the YouTube video to your phone, it will be saved to your SD card. In order to view the file, depending on your phone there should be a multimedia location. Enter into the multimedia section and access your storage device to see all the saved videos. As long as you’ve got enough memory, your video should be located here for you to share with your adventurous pals.
Besides making your phone mobile accessible, there are other ways to download YouTube videos to your phone for viewing offline. Another convenient method is to download an app such as TubeMate or YouTube Ripper. These apps work in a similar way as making your phone mobile ready in that they offer you options on every video you click on either to ‘watch now’ or ‘save to device.’ While this is very convenient for downloading YouTube videos to your phone, some people find the popup on every video mildly annoying. Either way, these apps give you plenty of options in regards to the resolution or file type you want to download this video as. This is a great way to save SD card space and to customize how you save the videos.
As you can see, it’s pretty simple to download instructional videos to your mobile device and in a few simple minutes you can save your friend’s life as they enter into the wild. Of course, if this particular friend slept with your girlfriend the last time you went on a safari (Fred Nicholas, I‘m looking at you), a simple “I think honey badgers are harmless” will suffice.