It's YouTube, your own company. It's always YouTube.
For some reason every post of mine has been answered, albeit. HORRIBLY, but this one question is always avoided like a shadowban.
You know what I'm talking about already, when you cast ANYTHING from YouTube onto your TV, a litany of problems arise.
As soon as you click "cast YouTube to TV," all he** breaks loose. There is literally no better way to describe it other than every single thing possible will break.
The volume will randomly change. The time of the video you are watching will randomly change. THE VIDEO ITSELF WILL RANDOMLY CHANGE, and I am not joking. I stream one video and a video I watched yesterday will stream to my TV instead, I am honestly not joking. Sometimes the volume will randomly turn to 1000000%, LITERALLY louder than I thought my Chromecast was acting like it could go, but thats another story about broken chromecast volume... pls dont get me started on the FAKE MAX VOLUME.... everytime my chromecast is forced to restart the volume is loud but then slowly diminishes...
It's just atrocious. I already know that some mod is gonna look at this and not respond because the 90% mod answer is "hAvE yOu TrIeD tO rEsTaRt It?" doesnt work...
please.... for the love of God just once in my life please just admit you are f* me over in favor of corporate benefit?
Please just give me the satisfaction... .you refuse to fix obviously broken YouTube.. just please I'm begging you give me peace of mind because this is an absolute microcosm into the world of tech
Hey there socksy420,
I apologize about the late response, thank you for being patient on this. I'd be happy to help you out, since it sounds like this has been a real headache for you. Let me just ask you some questions about what's happening:
I know you're not wanting basic troubleshooting steps, but I need to double-check that your Google Home app is up-to-date, that your router is within 20 feet of the Chromecast, that your Google Chrome is up-to-date, etc. Try casting YouTube from another device, such as a phone or tablet, to see if these issues persist. Finally, try casting from Google Canary to see if anything is different.
I look forward to your response, and if you have any other questions or concerns for me, please let me know!