How do I pair my iPad with my TV?
Mirror your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to a TV or Mac
- Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the same Wi-Fi network as your Apple TV, AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV, or Mac.
- Open Control Center:
- Tap Screen Mirroring .
- Select your Apple TV, AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV, or Mac from the list.
How do I connect my iPad to my TV YouTube?
- Make sure your smart TV or streaming device is set up and the YouTube app is open.
- On your phone or tablet, open the YouTube app.
- Make sure you’re signed in to the same Google Account on both devices.
- A pop-up will open on your phone or tablet, asking you to connect to YouTube on your TV.
- Tap Connect.
Why is my iPad Cannot connect to YouTube?
In most of the cases, a poor network connection is the cause of the “YouTube won’t play on iPhone/iPad” issue. You can simply turn off your WiFi network connection and then turn it on again or reset network settings on your iOS device by going to Settings > General > Reset and clicking Reset Network Settings.
How do I cast YouTube to my TV?
Step 3. Cast programs to your TV
- Make sure your mobile device or tablet is on the same Wi-Fi network as Chromecast.
- Open the YouTube TV app.
- Tap Cast. . This is found at the top of the app Home screen.
- Choose the device you want to cast to.
- Choose a TV show or video.
- Tap Play.
Why can’t I log into my YouTube TV account?
Check Google Play to make sure you’ve updated your YouTube app to the latest version. Uninstall and reinstall the app on your device (even if you have the latest version). Make sure you’re using a Google Account to sign in. Try adding your Google Account to your mobile device using the instructions for Android devices.
How do I fix the YouTube app on my iPad?
How to fix Apple iPad Air YouTube app that won’t load or cannot play videos
- First solution: Quit YouTube then restart.
- Second solution: Restart your Wi-Fi Internet.
- Third solution: Update YouTube to the latest version available.
- Fourth solution: Uninstall then reinstall YouTube app on your iPad Air.
How do I fix YouTube No connection?
Here are some steps that you can take to try to fix the error:
- Make sure that your phone isn’t in aeroplane mode.
- Connect to Wi-Fi, LTE or 3G (if available).
- Make sure that data usage is turned on for YouTube.
- Restart the app.
- Try viewing the video on a different device.
Why can’t I Cast YouTube to my TV?
Check for updates: Check that you’ve installed the latest system updates for your device. Update to the newest available version of the YouTube TV app. Uninstall and reinstall the YouTube TV app.
How do I activate YouTube on my Smart TV?
Step 1: Open the YouTube app on your TV. Step 3. On your mobile or PC, go to youtube.com/activate, and enter the activation code when prompted. Step 5: When you complete the sign-in process, you’ll see the confirmation screen in the app.
How can I play YouTube on my TV?
Cast your show to a TV
- On an Android or iPhone.
- Make sure your phone is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as Chromecast.
- Open the YouTube TV app on your phone.
- Tap the Cast icon, located at the top right of the home screen.
- Select the device you want to cast to.
- Select the show or movie you want to watch.
- Tap Play.
How can I watch YouTube on my iPhone or iPad?
Get the official YouTube app on iPhones and iPads. See what the world is watching — from the hottest music videos to what’s popular in gaming, fashion, beauty, news, learning and more.
How do I cast a YouTube video to another device?
On your computer, in a Chrome web browser, go to youtube.com. Select the video you want to watch and click the Cast icon in the video player. Select the device you want to cast to and wait for it to connect.
How do I watch YouTube on my Smart TV?
You can connect your phone, tablet, or computer to your Smart TV or other streaming device to watch YouTube on your TV. If you’re connecting with your phone or tablet, make sure you have the YouTube app downloaded. Casting from youtube.com in a mobile web browser is not currently supported.