- Oct 23, 2015
Wait for an update. And no, no one except for the developers will know when that will be.
Ads are regional. So, no. No way to get rid of it other than relocating or using vpn for different country that doesn't get ads (e.g. I could get YouTube homepage ads when using vpn of country that had ads when the country I was located in, didn't get ads). And NO. Vanced YouTube's main idea is getting rid of ads INSIDE video, not in the homepage/search results page.
I tried ridding by 3 for menu and disable Google ads via Google. No dice. My VPN is not working either.Ads are regional. So, no. No way to get rid of it other than relocating or using vpn for different country that doesn't get ads (e.g. I could get YouTube homepage ads when using vpn of country that had ads when the country I was located in, didn't get ads). And NO. Vanced YouTube's main idea is getting rid of ads INSIDE video, not in the homepage/search results page.
P.S. There is no information about your youtube app or your vanced settings so that is all we can say
@monoculero Found a way to make it work:
I'm just telling the change, you asked for it. I don't use vanced on my Android 10 device. I have YouTube Premium. Literally never said it's a problem...
Turn on background play option to use Vanced as music player for your offline videos but only downloaded on Vanced would work.
Lesser amount of data would be consumed because Vanced would be streaming audio only.
Sorry i am hopeless. I hope you find someone to help.Semi Urgent Announcement to XDA community, does anyone know of or is willing to make an app that can disable apk verification(not spoof) on android 10? The only two I am aware of are smali patcher https://forum.xda-developers.com/apps/magisk/module-smali-patcher-0-7-t3680053 and nandroid patcher on XDA but they only work on pie and below and in other places only warez apps seem to have this function. This will be needed for installation of future versions of Vanced Root version so if anyone in the community is willing to help that would be greatly appreciated! For anyone with security concerns apk signature verification can be turned back on after installation it just needed for initial install.
It's a bit drastic but it's still a valid solution. Thing with root version issues is that you can always go for non-root as well. But if you're feeling adventurous you'll find the apk (bundle) files needed for manual install on APKMirror.
I had the same issue. Fixed it by editing vanced.sh to change sleep 1 to sleep 5. (So in a root terminalIs there a working method in 2021 to prevent the constant uninstallation of vanced after an Android restart?
Since June until today I had 16.16.38 and somehow managed to (unfortunately forgot how. I think I did it via (LP+SAI) - but Vanced no longer offers apk for rooted Android ... oh yeah) that Vanced after the restart is not uninstalled. Today I thought I would update to 16.29.39, because I mistakenly believed that Vanced would finally have fixed this problem. Well, what can I say... Vanced is now uninstalled after every restart. Goddamn it, I'm going to have to grapple with this annoying ''feature'' again.
-LineageOS rooted, Android 9
sed -i 's/sleep 1/sleep 5/g' /data/adb/service.d/vanced.sh
Vanced is not on the playstore, for obvious reasons. The playstore is the standard android method of pushing updates. As for "in-app" updates, this is a mod of the existing apk not a full recompile from the proprietary source. And to be honest, I personally wait and watch whats happening on this thread before I venture out and install the bleeding edge update.
You can go either way. i5lee8bit has been keeping his mod that I linked you up-to-date in a fairly timely fashion. But of course he does it after Vanced releases their version. Both are fairly easy to update, in my opinion. Just depends on your preference.
I find non root suitable for my needs.