YouTube’s app for your Hisense Smart TV offers a better version of YouTube. The application makes it simple to search for and view high-quality videos, and then stream them on your TV.
Users occasionally encounter a Hisense TV YouTube error. It can cause the app to stop loading or buffer indefinitely.
In some cases, you find that the Hisense Smart TV and other applications are working fine but not the YouTube app. There are many reasons why this happens.
Hisense Smart TV: Why YouTube app doesn’t work
The following are some reasons why the app doesn’t work:
- YouTube servers are down
- This app is no longer supported.
- The operating system of the TV is outdated.
- There are many corrupted data in the app.
If your internet connection becomes slow, the app may not work.
There are many ways to fix this problem.
1. 1.Update the YouTube App
The easiest way to fix YouTube errors on Hisense TV is by updating the YouTube app.
These steps will allow you to update YouTube on your Hisense Smart TV.
- Go to the Hisense home screen.
- Choose the YouTube app.
- To remove an application, tap on the red switch.
- To confirm your selection, click OK
- Go to the Play Store.
- Search for YouTube.
- Choose the app you want to install.
Once it is installed, you can open it again and make another attempt.
2. 2. Verify your Internet Connection
YouTube videos will play differently on Smart TV depending on the quality of your home network or internet connection.
If you’re watching HD videos on Hisense TV and YouTube is buffering, it means that your internet speed needs to be upgraded.
These are the recommended speeds to play various video formats on the app
- 4K – 20 Mbits
- 1080p – 5 Mb
- 720p – 2.5 Mb/s
- 480p – 1.13 Mbps
- 360p – 0.75 Mbps
To find out what speed your internet is getting, you might want to run a speed test. Consider upgrading your internet if it falls below the recommended level.
If the number is greater, you will have a problem.
- Restart the app.
- Do a power cycle to restart your Hisense Smart TV.
You can also restart your home network, or contact your ISP to resolve any issues.
3. Reset your Hisense Smart TV
If YouTube freezes on Hisense, consider resetting the Smart TV. Here’s how it works:
- Use the remote to go to Main Menu
- Choose Self-diagnosis.
- Choose Reset.
Allow your TV to reset for a few seconds. Open the app again and restart your TV. You can also power-cycle your TV.
4. Clear Cache and Internet Memory Data
Clear cache and internet memory data if YouTube doesn’t load on Hisense.
- Use the remote to access the Home button.
- Choose Network.
- Clear Internet Memory
After clearing the memory, you can open the app and start over.
YouTube can be fixed on Hisense TV if the root cause is known. The problem is most likely your internet connection.
If the application freezes, restart the Smart TV and app. Make sure that the YouTube app is up-to-date and the OS on your device.