12-17-2014 12:53 PM
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  1. anon8126715's Avatar
    Verizon Galaxy Note 4 1440p After Latest Update!


    I can tell you after the update I now can playback 1440p on YouTube! I had orginally had Version 6.0.11 installed and even after the update I could not go higher, but I tried a method and it worked. Hopefully it works for others. Here is what I did:

    1. After Update, Forced stopped YouTube 6.0.11.
    2. Cleared cache and data.
    3. Turned off YouTube and it Uninstalled it back to 5.9.0.13.
    4. Now when I went back to this version, I went into youtube and played some videos and the 1080p option was back as I only had 720p before, but I could not select 1080p as it would only do 480p. Not even 720p would stay selected.
    5. So I updated to 6.0.13 through play store and bingo!!! 1440p was and option and working!!! Youtube never looked so good!! Make sure your version of Youtube after it reverts back is 5.9.0.13 and try to play a 1080p video and see if the option is available. If so, update to the 6.0.13 version and you should have 1440p as an option now.

    Happy Viewing!!
    Even reverting back to 5.9.0.13 I am stuck at 720p. Cleared everything, trying the old version and new version and can't get past 720p.
    I had to do it a few times before it finally took. The method that worked for me was clearing the cache more than a few times after reverting back to the older version. Once in the older version, I opened up a video, switched it to "Auto" and then upgraded the app. Once I did that, 1440 showed. But, I had a hard time distinguishing between the 1440 and the 720..... Thanks regardless.....
    12-13-2014 10:32 PM
  2. Shamrock_627's Avatar
    Anyone notice a speaker volume increase? With this update, I am being asked to turn it down when watching vids.
    12-16-2014 01:47 AM
  3. jerseygirl's Avatar
    I can't get more than 720p on my Sprint Note 4, even with following the steps above
    Me either, I'm not happy. It shouldn't be this damn complicated to get the phone to perform as advertised.
    12-16-2014 02:59 AM
  4. jerseygirl's Avatar
    Ok. Got it after 4 tries. I hope this process doesn't have to be repeated with the next update.
    12-16-2014 03:22 AM
  5. Nitro211K's Avatar
    Ok i messed around with this a little more and finally got it to work. This is exactly how i did it step by step...

    1)Open Youtube app
    2)Log out of app
    3)Go to application manager and scroll down to YouTube.
    4)Clear data and cache
    5)Force stop
    6)Uninstall updates
    7)Turn Off Youtube
    8) Immediately reboot phone (while still in youtube screen )
    9)Once phone reboots go to play store and update Youtube
    10)Open app then sign in
    11)In search field type 1440p and pick a video
    12)Start video then pause,go into settings and option should be there.

    This worked perfect for me,hope this helps!!!

    Posted via the Android Central App
    worked for me after a couple of tries. Thanks.
    12-17-2014 12:53 PM
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