If YouTube isn’t working on your iPad, reset your network, disconnect any other devices connected to the network that are not in use, check to see that your network speed can support the type of videos you are playing, and select the option to go into “Desktop Mode.”
If YouTube on your iPhone isn’t working, free up storage space within your phone, update the app with the latest software, check to make sure you have a stable network connection, close out of all other apps before using YouTube, and try clearing the cache within YouTube
If Hulu isn’t working on your iPhone, try clearing the app’s cache, update the app with the latest software, check to make sure that your iPhone is updated with iOS 14 or later, and check to make sure that no server outages have occurred within your area.
Your Samsung TV Chromecast will not work if your smart device is outdated. Depending on the age of your device, the operating system could be outdated and the newer version of apps will not be supported. Unfortunately, the only way to remedy this problem is to upgrade your device. When shopping for a new smart device, make sure it can support Chromecast.
The sound in Netflix usually does not work on an iPhone due to the sound settings in both the app and on your phone. There may also be apps running in the background that are dominating the sound, or making it too low. Other possibilities include poor internet connection or bugs in the firmware.
When Netflix stops working on your iPhone, you should check your internet connection and download speed, ensuring it is fast enough to stream your video. You may also need to restart the app or phone, reinstall Netflix, update the firmware, clear storage space or turn off restrictions on your phone.
Netflix will not play, load or connect on your iPhone if your network is poor or too slow to stream. Some public networks will not allow Netflix at all. You may also need to change your network settings, turn off restrictions, update your firmware, reinstall the app or restart the phone and app.
The main reason Netflix will not connect, open or load on a Smart TV is that there is no internet connection or it is too slow. There may also be TV or app bugs/errors. To fix this, you could troubleshoot the network, update the firmware, reinstall the app, reset the TV or reduce the video quality.
YouTube may not work on Sharp TVs made prior to 2013. For newer models, you may need to update the firmware, reinstall the YouTube app, improve your internet connection, reset the TV or clear the app cache. If the sound is not working, you should alter the audio settings and check all audio cables.
Some audio settings on a Smart TV can cause sound issues in Netflix. Try using a Stereo or PCM format and disable features such as Sound Optimizer. You should also make sure the volume is high and unmuted, and that your speakers are connected properly. Otherwise, reset the TV and audio settings.