On MI box 4 sometimes videos will glitch and show messed up video, but audio plays fine for a few seconds, then it will hard lock the MI box and I have to unplug it.
Edit: More info
On the videos it does this with it does it at 10 seconds no fail everytime.
There's a solution a few posts above. Something about merging accounts...
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98% of videos are 16:9 on YT. And 100% of the videos I play are 16:9.
Vanced has Codec and Resolution overrides....I would think that an auto zoom would be an easy no-brainier to include.
After all, nearly every standalone video player app out there has toggle options to zoom video, fit to screen, etc.
There is warning of this happening to "some" users in the readme file. Did I you read it? Well you can fix that
Run the following commands in terminal and reboot
Download Disable Service from the Play Store and install it
Open the app and click on "System" to show system apps list
Scroll down to find "Google Play Store" and click on it
Enable "DailyHygiene$DailyHygieneService" (which will be in red, since this is the service that the detach module disables)
Reboot and profit!
Instructions originally posted by @shadowstep
Edit: guess the first one doesn't work anymore. And there is a new app for the second one. Check a couple posts down.
Did you enable the option to force VP9? From what I've heard, the processor change in the Mi Box 4 led to the loss of VP9 hardware decoding
That would be a nice feature to have by default depending on our phone screen size ratio. Newer phone is 18:9... Pinching to zoom manual is ok but imaging doing it for every video or when switching from portrait to landscape mode; you have to pinch to zoom again, every time. Is there no auto "fit to screen" option Vanced can implement?
Yep, the Samsung video player too but it doesn't remember the settings. You have to set it every time you launch. I still think it's feasible on YouTube vanced since it remembers all other settings. This, can be done when app is launch or all videos.Yea. I would think an option to always force "fit to Screen" would be easier to implement a , Play to external player app, feature, like Emby has. Where it will stream the video to say, MX Video Player Pro, that has plenty of video resizing options, among other things.
I don't follow, what exactly do you want us to do? We provide all the architectures that Google themselves does (armeabi-v7a, arm64-v8a, x86, x86_64).
The issue is resolved now. I have found the setting to stop this inplace video play.(Resolved) - [New behavior observed - Automatic inplace video play]
I am running non-root Vanced app v16.20.35 on Android 11 on my smartphone.
Since yesterday I have noticed a new behavior in the app and that is it automatically starts playing the video inplace. Once the video is finished the screen is automatically refreshed and the top most video on the screen starts playing inplace. Kindly see the attached image and the circled part. That equalizer type graphics was not there earlier. Also the video time now goes to zero.
Does anyone know is this something youtube introduced recently. Do note that the feature may be experimental and may not be available everywhere. I do not have YouTube app on my smartphone (disabled) to test it on my own.
When you open the app for the first time, everything is fine. As soon as you touch the screen for scrolling or anything else then usually the middle video (sometimes it is topmost video, I guess it depends on the focus) automatically starts playing inplace. I could not find any new setting to control it.
The current way to stop it when the video starts playing inplace, then click it. It opens up like it used to do. Then stop it and minimize it if you want to browse/scroll the videos above or below this video on the page you are coming from. Or scroll down the see the videos available on the current page. Now the videos will not play inplace.
Please do let me know if you need more information.
Can confirm, it's definitely more laggy and has stronger appetite now
Please be aware that there are root and non-root YT version (you should have seen that when installing), with different architecture.Hey vanced has been consuming more power then normal YouTube app has anyone noticed that