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TV can go 1080p but YouTube I saying the vid is playing 720p

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Posted · Original PosterOP

First off the, TV is old. It is at least 8-6 years old. I've check the model number and it did say it can go 1920x1080. Have check evert settings for displays but nothing help. The model number is Ua40h5552arxxm. halp pls

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Is the video you are watching uploaded from the creator at 1080p?
Can your internet connection handle 1080p videos?
If you're connected to the TV via HDMI on your PC, check the screen resolution set for the TV.


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Can you start a video and move it to your TV after words and see what resolution it is playing at.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 2/15/2019 at 4:31 PM, Spotty said:

Is the video you are watching uploaded from the creator at 1080p?
Can your internet connection handle 1080p videos?
If you're connected to the TV via HDMI on your PC, check the screen resolution set for the TV.

Well, Linus' vid are in 4K so it can go 1080p

Yes, my internet can handle 1080p vis

Um, I use the Samsung apps YouTube on the TV

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5 minutes ago, Ionixt said:

Well, Linus' vid are in 4K so it can go 1080p

Yes, my internet can handle 1080p vis

Um, I use the Samsung apps YouTube on the TV

Is the tv connected to the internet with wifi or Ethernet?


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30 minutes ago, Ionixt said:

Well, Linus' vid are in 4K so it can go 1080p

Yes, my internet can handle 1080p vis

Um, I use the Samsung apps YouTube on the TV

It's an App Limitation then.
Hook up a PC/Chromecast/Alternative (Proven to Work) via HDMI, run Youtube 1080p-4K natively through the Browsers...

 

The APP on my TV got completely Disabled,..after an update because it was outdated hardware that won't keep up with new YT demands, so disabled by TV manufacturers.

 


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