karena sudah terbiasa akses youtube dgn smart tv, minggu lalu secara tiba tiba tdk bisa,
Penasaran cari jalan dgn solusi solusi dibawah , tapi msh blm solved.
Ketika di mall lihat LG smart tv masih bisa akses you tube. Semakin penasaran utk mencari solusi.
Penasaran kemudian telpon dgn samsung care , ya ternyata kerjasama nya antara samsung dgn youtube memang sedang direview, dgn impact layanan terhenti sampai pemberitahuan lanjut.
Bila bermanfaat, anda bisa bantu kami tetap ada dgn click iklan yg ditampilkan, Terimakasih Telah membantu.
Sebenarny alternatif lain bisa lewat web browser, cuman fitness for use nya kurang asyik.
dibawah cara2 yg sblmnya dicoba.
Problem 1: Unsupported Models
Two models, unfortunately, no longer have the ability to browse YouTube. These models are the EH5300 and the FH6200, so check to see which particular unit you have.
If you find that you do have the EH5300 or the FH6200 then you will have to use YouTube via another source, such as a laptop or tablet, or use software that can grab the videos and allow you to play them back, such as the free software.
Problem 2: Free Up the Hardware
When you have a Samsung smart TV you’ll want to use their innovative Smart Hub system again and again. Over time some users may notice that the app begins to freeze or that they are no longer able to access software such as YouTube. This could result from an overly full memory, or from a hardware update incompatibility.
Simply reset your system to the original settings and try again.
Default Password: 0000
Problem 3: Update Your Internet Protocol Settings
Some Samsung smart TV users can access YouTube, only to find that the video doesn’t load or stream properly. Instead of seeing the full picture, users only see a small portion as the screen is obscured by two large black rectangles coming from the corners. This can be very frustrating, but it often results from the internet protocol and DNS settings. Don’t worry, this is easier to fix than ir sounds.
This is all you have to do: click on Menu, and then Network, followed by Network Status and then IP Status. Your DNS settings will be set to automatic, change this to 220.127.116.11. or 18.104.22.168. and then try again.
Problem 4: Resetting Your Smart Television
Smart televisions, just like any other kind of technology, can act erratically from time to time. We all know the favorite maxim of computer technicians, ‘switch it off and then back on again’. Well this can be done with your Samsung TV but it has to be done in a special way.
To begin with, switch your Samsung television into standby mode. Press the following buttons in the order specified: Info, Menu, Mute, and then Power. These have to be done quickly, so if nothing happens at this point then try again with a little more speed. This puts your Samsung TV into factory reset mode. A service menu will pop up on your screen, select Options and then Reset. At this point the television will switch itself off, so turn it on again and see if YouTube now works.
Problem 5: Overcome the YouTube Licensing Issue
Since March 2015 there has been an issue with the licensing of YouTube on some Samsung smart televisions. This means that you can access other apps and websites, but YouTube itself will remain stubbornly out of reach.
If this happens to you, don’t panic, because there is a solution and the best thing of all is that it’s free. The application is simple to use. All you have to do is to download the completely free software, and then type in the YouTube video link that you want to watch into a box called ‘Grab It’. The software searches for the video and then downloads it, allowing you to watch it back whenever you want on your Samsung TV or other supported device.