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It isn't the Responsibility of Roku to fix something Google broke. The provider of the channel has to fix whatever they broke, and that provider is Google.
That may be . . . but it is the responsivity a Roku employee to refrain from announcing to everyone that Roku has resolved the issue, and then we find out that the employee (Danny: RokeDanny- R) posted his solution without even verifying that it was a legitimate fix. Now we learn that Google needs to fix it??? Uh . . . I told my wife she could use my working Ultra and I will use my SmarTV's app.
This is no way to run a company.
Currently use 2017 Roku 4660 Ultra and Roku 3 (Model 4200x), Model N1000, Software V3.1 build 1011,
Previously owned: 2015 Roku 1 Legacy, and Model 2000c, Software V3.1 build 1011
Just chiming in again to say this pattern that worked for others has tonight worked for me on my Roku 3:
- delete Youtube app
- system restart Roku
- check for system updates (there were none)
- install Youtube app
- launch Youtube
I guess we'll see if if still works tomorrow after I launch some other apps and go back to Youtube. Based on others' comments I think they rolled out a new Youtube update that works. Just have to delete it first, then restart, then install it again.