Just went over to Youtube TV, like the Discovery Plus App it needs a lot of work. The live stream freezes just 5 minutes after you start watching. Also since the app is going away i hope Tmobile plans on redirecting the three red buttons on the remote to function with Youtube TV. It would only make since. Right now my Roku TV is running Youtube TV a lot better. Tell me i didnt waste my money
Best answer by Chrish32818
So first of all the T vision hub is actually built on a cheap Chinese version of an android TV model which is supremely under powered for what chipset isn’t it isn’t it not to mention the fact that T-Mobile has severely just overdid it with all of the graphics in their overlays. After talking to YouTube and sending bug reports to them it’s pretty clear to me that T-Mobile did not think streaming through when they decided to make YouTube TV there provider for TV. Plain and simple the boxes are not powerful enough to stream YouTube‘s stream from their servers to your TV and YouTube does not have a fix for that because you can’t fix something that’s too far gone so it’s looking like we all bought a $50 piece of . However I did figure out that with YouTube TV you’re paying like Close to 70 bucks for 85 channels which most of them are of useless channels that most people don’t watch anyway but you can pay $20 a month and Philo streams just fine on the Hub Can you get a seven day free trial to try out Philo first and I’m actually switching away from YouTube TV now and going to Philo.