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Just bought an Ee/Bt Pro Youview box but can't seem to find anyway of accessing YouTube on it. Can anyone advise please? Many thanks. 

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Possibly in the pipeline but not yet available.

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Is this something to do with the varied frame rates from YouTube whilst the Box is stuck at a certain fps?

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@AJMEast 

Perhaps Santa will bring you a Roku Express? 😛

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I have no idea lol, I'm not very well up on the technical side of things...😆
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Yes, will have to add this to my list for Santa...😆!
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Can any techies ring in on this - what frame rate are the boxes capable of? I recall that they may be fixed and because YouTube has videos outputting at all kinds of frame rates it makes playing them back a bit of an issue.
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YouTube amongst others was promised on launch in the press release. If it was still in development at the time they should have said so

They also said you would be able to stream content to iOS and Android devices including recorded content that has never seen the light of day

When i asked about YouTube it was possibly it could be June/July but no promises 

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YouTube has been promised on a YouView based box for the last 6 or 7 years, with the tile to launch it even appearing on trial boxes about 4 years ago, but has never been delivered.

Someone will have to remind me why the BT/EE TV Box Pro has a match frame rate option in settings if it can’t?

I notice another ISP still uses YouView for a live TV Guide but their actual box is now Android/Google based so it has all the apps and voice control/search.

Unless you really want/need to record and if you want to stick with EE TV, the Apple TV 4K is a much better hardware choice. You get access to all the apps in up to Dolby Vision, voice search, premium upscaling and it matches range and frame rate.

I’m actually warming to the idea of getting it.

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BT Smart Hub 2 | Halo 3+ | Digital Voice | Sky Q | Apple TV 4K | LG OLED
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