Well there are some plugins out there that work (for now). This is of course not the priority here but I do agree, would be a nice-to-have. @Team Vanced does have a track history of adding in all the good stuff
I installed non-root version, for now...Yeah, the OOS 22.214.171.124 update came with preinstalled youtube version 16.30.xx, so now it seems impossible to install Vanced since its running on 16.29.39. I tried uninstall youtube with "adb uninstall --user 0 com.google.android.youtube" and succeeded, but can't seem to find a 16.29.39 apk that im able to install sadly. Hope there's a solution to this.
Are you talking about this (see attached screenshot)?
I have the same problem with Xiaomi.
Delete Youtube with "App Manager" or a similar app.
Boot to TWRP
Go to [Mount], Enable only "Product" and go back.
Go to [Advanced], open the "Terminal" and write:
mount -o rw,remount /product
Go back to [Advanced] and open the "File Manager".
Click on "product/app/YouTube/YouTube.apk" and press "Delete".
-> Maybe you must delete the directory too.
Reboot to the system.
Start "Vanced Manager".
Mod edit - translated by https://www.deepl.com/translator:quem teve problemas e quer fazer um relatório adequado é mencionado na 2ª postagem do OP ou você pode seguir este template:
RELATÓRIOS DE ERROS (todos os detalhes DEVEM ser incluídos ou seu relatório será ignorado):
1. Número exato da versão do YouTube Vanced (NÃO diga a última).
2. Link de download usado.
3. Método de instalação.
5. ROM (opcional pode não ajudar).
6. Quaisquer sobreposições de substrato aplicadas.
7. Logs, se houver (faça upload para del.dog ou Pastebin.com)
8. Uma breve descrição do problema
9. Quaisquer mods instalados no sistema.
(Há muitos tópicos que mostram como capturar o logcat em torno do xda)
Mountings are commonly different in live systems to TWRP. Have you checked for
df -h;on your live system may give you a clue as to the source of the product partition. Even system/partition shows as a mount point.
From their faq:
With the read-only SAR systems (modern Android versions), you can not edit /system/etc/hosts - in that case you need to use Systemless hosts, and then you would have to edit instead /data/adb/modules/hosts/system/etc/hosts fileBug Report
High CPU load caused by logcat spamming, on latest Vanced YouTube / YouTubeMusic app in combination with latest AdAway app or just their official hosts.txt. Same applies for Magisk systemless hosts module.
I had reported (wrongly) this issue firstly to the AdAway team. But they correctly stated that it's app specific issue.
Anyway, I'm not 100 % sure if it's an issue introduced by Vanced-Team or it's just a Google issue.
from /system/etc/hosts. (save and reboot)
Use systemless debloater magisk module, remove the pre installed youtube from your phone and install the root variant of vanced
java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerErrorwhile playing some video outside of vanced.