Originally Posted by retroben
If you have access to sideloading,try the YouTube HD Mod from XDA itself. (too lazy to link,just google it/search in XDA forum searchbox)
If that doesn't suit your needs,there's lots of other YouTube apps out there nowadays,a few of them are really good.
I have that one installed and it doesn't cut it as Amazon f...d user authentication and I can't log in to get my subscriptions. I also installed Youtube for TV - which works beautifully on Ouya - much better TV oriented interface. No dice either getting past login.
Why are these monkeys unable to understand that making things proprietary will always lead to disaster. I assume Amazon only cares about their drone users gobbling Prime content - maybe they will abandon Netflix support too...
4.4.2 Stock, not by choice
Stock, rooted >>>> replaced by AFTV
, you guessed: stock
4.2.2 Stock, rooted...can you say I am...STOCKED?