What is wrong with the YouTube Channel for Wii?
Number6 1 year ago
I’m still holding off on purchase of a next-gen console, and I still use my old original Wii for things like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and YouTube. For the past couple of weeks though, most of the time I try to watch YouTube, it just plays to about 30 seconds (40 seconds if I’m lucky) and then buffers repeatedly. I would put this down to hardware limitations or slow download speeds, except (1) Netflix and Amazon stream video that looks just fine for 480p, and (2) it didn’t used to do this. Anyone else experiencing this issue, and is there anything that can be done to minimize it? It has decreased recently, but it is still buffering like a madman on a good percentage of the videos I try to watch.
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