You might want to check out the first posts in this thread. There you might find some answers to your questions. It's pretty informative.What about history and recents?
It is not syncing at all
What about post#2 FAQ? Did you read it? What about post#5 bugreport checklist? Did you read it?
You might want to check out the first posts in this thread. There you might find some answers to your questions. It's pretty informative.
And if your questions remain unanswered you should consider a bug report (the "how" is also explained on the first page of this thread) in order to get a better picture of your specific case.
Good luck :good:
Try disabling the main app, then use the manger to install..i
Why don't u share the smali on the op7pro forums ? Also use the Xposed way it works for meI've done my best to get it to install, but maybe I'm just not smart enough.
I'm on a OnePlus 7 Pro running OB17, rooted with Magisk 20.4
Smali Patcher module is loaded and confirmed working, with signature verification disabled. I've also tried [Mod Edit: Reference to warez removed]. I checked both necessary boxes and reboot, but it never changes them.
I've tried it without smali patcher loaded as well.
only if you're using the non-root version.Is it safe to update stock YouTube every time I am proposed to by the Play store?
Here's the screenshot of the search results where I didn't find answer to that question:
Did you sign in to the 15.43.32 version before letting Vanced Manager upgrade it to 16.02.35? That SHOULD work.Sorry for the typo. "Sign in"
I did everything as required by the manager who installed the MicroG first and then the two versions of Vanced: First 15.43.32 and then 16.02.35.
Yes. After the fail of the new version, I use v15.43.32 now.
Perhaps you don't have a great singing voice? ^_^Huawei P20 Pro - Android 9.1
New version of YouTube Vanced (16.02.35) with new version of MicroG (0.2.18. 210390), not working. I can't sing in to my accounts.
Hey Guys! I've been using the non root YouTube Vanced for a while and the next two updates kinda broke it for me. When I start a video, the controls overlay (previous, pause, next) comes up and never disappears. If I downgrade, it works fine again. Has anyone seen this before and, more importantly, does anyone know a solution to this? Cheers
I erratically have the same issue on my Samsung Galaxy S10e. If I restart the app, it seems to go away.
at the top right there is an X. hit that and the controls disapear. I would *guess* there is also a setting somewhere to turn it off by default, but I haven't searched for it. Do a standard web search, as its probably the same with stock YouTube.Hit the home button making it go to the floating window. Expand the floating window again to bring the app up again. Then tap the video. All the controls will go back to normal