I do see that it is loading the right video. Also, the youtube app does not seem to want to rembember its settings. Check internet connection Check your internet connection strength. Step 2: In command prompt, type in ipconfig and press enter. In this case, you may see the following message on the Adobe Flash player download website: Once Flash is installed, restart your browser and check if the problem persists.
It seems some have this issue and some not at all. Every month, over a billion people from across the world — nearly half the worldwide internet population — will land on YouTube to watch film trailers, fail compilations and, of course, cat videos. I'm hoping that the upgrade to Lollipop whenever that arrives well fix it. To do so, simply remove your Google account and then add it again. I have attempted to reset cookies and clear the cache neither does anything.
This id was the last i used into gmail. Well, on the factory version of the YouTube app videos played without any interruption. Yes If not, can you try signing in? Then simply power it off, take out your sim card, wait 2 mins, replace it and restart it and then it will work. All but playback Can you access on the same device? But it seems to have the same issues on wifi etc. This issue has persisted since the first update of this new setup the 1.
If not, can you try signing in? All videos give the issue Details about the issue: When did the issue begin? This has been going on for about 2 months. Restarting my tablet sometimes make the app function properly again, but only for a certain amount of time. This workaround is the easiest way to fix the problem while we wait for an official update from Google for the app. It never works on a browser, though it plays through on a mobile phone. I notice the time bar going all the way to the end just before it stops.
Thanks for your replies and if I find anything else I will post here. Hope this helps anyone else with the same issue. What I plan to do to try to fix that before I take it back to Verizon since nothing else has worked yet, is wipe my phone and restore it back to factory default settings. I can access the mobile site on my browser, but I still can't view any videos. Just dowload this from the app store Then when you go into the facebook app to play a video someone post, a box will come up just set facebook links as the default and then another box will appear, just set youtube as the default and then you are all set.
Rebooting the phone did not help. Then yesterday it completely stopped working so I finally broke down and updated even though I didn't want to Hate the new design. One of these suggestions and fixes hopefully helped fix YouTube video playback problems. I'm using Samsung S7 Edge and recently updated to Nougat 7. I have a Samsung Galaxy S4. I've tried it on various browsers, numerous computers and a number of Internet service providers. True , for we people, been at the hands byproduct : for same childish; tests, experimentation.
It does not work as well. When i try to reach youtube settings by clicking screen with right mouse click, the setting are is grey so i cannot acces it. Below are the details as asked for What are the titles of the videos you can't play? YouTube app is up-to-date, cleared all cookies, cache, etc. Please I need help I only bought this phone only for Yutube aside from making calls!!! Reboot your device and check your youtube. It still did not work Clearing the app's cache and data Turning Airplane mode on and off Power cycling the phone Logging out of YouTube Logging back into YouTube Uninstalling and reinstalling the YouTube app from the Play Store Tried using a 3G connection and and two different WiFi access points Finally I restored a backup of an old version 4.
Once it happens, you can no longer play videos from the Youtube app. Suggested browsers are Google's browser, Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Edge, and. I even tried mozzila fox but screen pops with msg. I think since May or June Did this happen after upgrading to version 5. Yes my device is rooted.
I have my apps update automatically so I'm not sure if the problems just began after updating to 5. Then I tried to play a YouTube video on chrome browser and it worked perfectly. However, the date when videos were uploaded means something. Open a video, tap the Gear icon and select the desired resolution. Can you access on the same device? Did this happen after upgrading to version 5. This can be done by right-clicking a YouTube video, selecting Settings, switching to the Display tab leftmost icon and unchecking Enable Hardware Acceleration in the menu.
I've trued all the troubleshooting suggestions. As an example, assume we have a Twitter application. After disabling the apps restart your phone and try to play. I can play videos via Firefox and then accessing the youtube site from there. Im using only wifi on Galaxy S3 mini, my phone is rooted. Can you access on the same device? Sometimes shifting from mobile to desktop allows it to run choppy without stopping the sound. A: Yes, after the 5.