YouTube 1080pSupport


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  1. ANewDay

    ANewDay Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Does the app load 1080p videos by default when the high quality option is enabled?
     

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  2. ANewDay

    ANewDay Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone?
     
  3. Sierra255

    Sierra255 Well-Known Member

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    No idea, but the 1080p option is rarely the one that it starts with, if it's even available. I bet the same would be true on this phone. From a personal standpoint, I hate that Youtube even has a 1080p option for video quality because it can't stream it reliably. 720p is a happy medium until they fix their issues.
     
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    sincarafan Well-Known Member

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    It will if you have it checked off in the youtube settings.
     
  5. rushmore

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    Jeepers, 1080p would eat a data cap in less than an hour.
     
  6. ANewDay

    ANewDay Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thank goodness I have unlimited. :D
     
  7. xjosh2724x

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    As for me, when I use wifi the videos on youtube go into what looks like 1080p, and a "HD" indication is shown on the bottom left, but when on mobile date "4G" it goes to 480p and below and sometimes 720p depending in what area your in for 4g strength, and an "HQ" indicator is shown on the bottom left instead of "HD". I'm guessing this probably happens because of my mobile data limit on T-Mobile, resulting in the youtube videos going down in quality depending on where the internet is coming from wifi or 4g.

    This is quite annoying to me, does anyone know an app that allows you to chose what resolution you want to wach a youtube video on for example 720p or 1080p on mobile data?
     

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