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The reasons could be either Restrictions check to make sure that you don't have a restriction to install an app that's rated for 17+ or Compatibility you'll only be able to install it on an operating system that's at least iOS version 8.0 or higher. If the above is true then you might wanna try to sign out of the App Store and then sign back in. If the ...
It's more than likely the age restrictions in general settings just lift the age restriction in restrictions ok. Karlos
On your PC/Mac, go to http://youtube.com/tv (that's not your usual URL, it's the "Lean Back" mode) Go to settings -> Pair a Device (on the sidebar, on the PC) Once instructed to do so, go to your phone and just navigate to http://youtube.com/pair ... if you have the YouTube app, it will ask if you want to open on that app, say yes - if you don't - just move ...
Map 127.0.0.1 loopback address to youtube.com or others except localhost may cause some problems. So map any unreachable IPv6 address is more better such like: 200:2:253d:369e:: youtube.com
You need to restart the entire computer, not just Safari or flushing cache.
You may need to flush the cache by running sudo dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder Also, the entries in the hosts file need to be DNS names, not URLs (meaning the last two lines are wrong).
For me I had to use /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --app="http://youtube.com" to have it work.
It's clear now after all these years of observing how Apple handles support of YouTube and similar services, including their own Home Sharing feature, whether it's iOS or OS X, that sometimes the company is focused only on latest versions of OS or hardware. It's a sad fact of life that they don't support every single device or version of iOS/OS X but you ...
That button is to convert Simplified Chinese to Complicated Chinese. So you select some Simplified Chinese text like: 我喜欢吃面包 (I like to eat bread) Tap that Chinese pop up option and it converts it to: 我喜歡吃麵包 (I like to eat bread) Which is the Complicated Chinese version of that sentence, but still retains the same meaning. You can do this vice versa. ...
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