anyone else getting terrible YouTube video playback lag? video comparison vs 3gs insideSupport


  1. mdw

    mdw Active Member

    3gs vs. Note 2 youtube video playback 1 - YouTube

    3gs vs. Note 2 youtube video playback 2 - YouTube

    3gs vs. Note 2 youtube video playback 3 - YouTube

    3gs vs. Note 2 youtube video playback 4 - YouTube

    3gs vs. Note 2 youtube video playback 5 - YouTube

    These are side by side videos I watched on my 2+ year old 3gs iphone and my 2 week old Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

    The Note 2 lags very badly, pausing multiple times throughout many videos.

    It usually starts the video quicker, but due to buffering ends up finishing minutes AFTER the 3gs.:confused:

    Is there something wrong with my phone?? I haven't heard too many complaints about this. Any advice?

    Sorry in advance for the messed up orientation, I don't know how to fix it.

    Advertisement
  2. eddie8

    eddie8 Active Member

    Mine is doing the same thing. I thought it was normal. I still love this phone though
  3. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    What network are you on?
  4. mdw

    mdw Active Member

    AT&T. Its on wifi of course if that matters.
  5. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood Moderator

    Ok, just checking. I know that sprints proxy has been shown in the past to cause a lot of buffering lag, and when rooted users stop using the proxy it goes away.

    I'm not familiar enough with att to know if that's an issue
  6. mdw

    mdw Active Member

    Its just discouraging ya know? This things a powerhouse, I expected it to utterly embarass my 3gs in every way.
  7. ren857

    ren857 Well-Known Member

    I think it's the youtube app itself. It's not the phone's fault.
  8. dave1812

    dave1812 Well-Known Member

    Geez, I'm on Verizon 4G and playback in HD is flawless. seriously. I've watch numerous HD videos and all look fine. Fighter Pilot Operation Red Flag is AWESOME!! :)
  9. mdw

    mdw Active Member

    So its an AT&T issue? Or do you guys use a different app instead of the stock youtube app?

Share This Page