Originally Posted by swiftgs
When I try to play a youtube video using the youtube app on the Medialink HD it always shows unable to play content, unsupported file format. After this the medialink often crashes. Does anyone know if this is a common issue?
I use it with a HTC one on stock 4.2.2 and the medialink is running firmware 188.8.131.52. Tried already different HDMI cables and a different TV.
I also recognizes that the medialink is showing artifacts on still images (for example in the gallery app). A reset of the HD medialink didn't work.
Any tips or other suggestions?
I'm facing the same issue that youtube app hd or any quality videos they stop in between after 3 - 4 mins of playback! Which so much sucks .
However I feel the issue is with the phone due to many changes and battery saving options in 4.2.2 (talking about htc one x) , so I turned all off . Like power saver, sleep mode (this made a good change), wifi optimization . After all this off, I played a YouTube app hd video and it played good and smooth for 10 mins but still then stopped as maybe my battery got too low or its just the problem that will happen as this media link is made poor with hardware or software, not being properly checked or it needs another update so it gets fine for YouTube too .
Glad I got this media link for free . As its so frustrating because the reason I wanted it got lost and all other in phone operations mostly works fine, but I wanted it mainly for YouTube long videos like some shows, etc enjoyment on big screen as it should work good as anyways it asks for wifi internet, but such a shame htc!
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