I deleted and re-installed but did not do a factory reset. We shall see how the app behaves in the coming weeks.An issue like that, I’d at the very least delete the YouTube app and reinstall it.
But I’d probably even skip that step and do a complete factory reset of the Apple TV.
I watch YouTube more than I watch regular TV. I pay Google the $10/month to get the ads stripped. And the only problem I’ve had is that rarely a video will get stuck when I’m trying to fast forward /rewind and I’ll have to close the video and reopen it or maybe do the same to the entire app.
I opened this thread hoping you were going to be complaining about the UI. I really wish Google would write an app using the native video player and not their custom written one...
But the reason I say to reinstall the app and really even to do a factory reset, is I’m guessing the YouTube app itself has been corrupted somehow on your Apple TV hard drive. Just do a factory reset and make sure everything is written to disk proper?
Cool, keep us updated.I deleted and re-installed but did not do a factory reset. We shall see how the app behaves in the coming weeks.
Could also be your connection to the internet?I have an occasional issue with YouTube no displaying the content. I've let it sit for a few with no progress. I just restart the ATV4K and then it works. I suspect some network issue between the ATV4K and the YT servers.