How to get You Tube on AT&T

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How to get You Tube on AT&T

How do I see you tube on AT&T TV?
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Re: How to get You Tube on AT&T

You dont. It's not a feature that's offered.

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On your computer.

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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: How to get You Tube on AT&T

You must have a "smart" TV that has a You Tube app on it.

 

My Sharp smart TV does along with other apps that I never actually use.  Smiley Frustrated

 

 

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‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: How to get You Tube on AT&T

As jhy1978 says there is currently not a You Tube channel on U-verse TV.

As skeeterintexas says if you have a smart TV, or any other smart device it probably will have You Tube access. If you have a TV with a USB port you can connect a Google Chromecast or other such device.

My personal choice is oufanindallas suggestion of the computer. Fastest & easiest is if you have HDMI output on your computer. Plug and play. If you do not have HDMI, it is a little more complicated, but still doable. Chsck out this site - http://sewelldirect.com/articles/PCtoTV.aspx
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I prefer my roku but it would be really cool if uverse could do channels like that. I bet a lot would pay $10 a month for that feature.
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Quistopher wrote:
I prefer my roku but it would be really cool if uverse could do channels like that. I bet a lot would pay $10 a month for that feature.

It costs you nothing if you run an HDMI from your laptop to the television.

 


Owning a computer and not having the internet is like buying a refrigerator and not stocking it with food.

 

 

Owning a computer and not having the internet is like buying a refrigerator and not stocking it with food.
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Can't you use a game system as well? Wii or XBox?

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Fox Mulder wrote:

Can't you use a game system as well? Wii or XBox?


But he asked about watching it via AT&T.  I know, i know that it;'s not currently available directly via his AT&T equipment but it could be possible, at some point.  We have been having a nice discussion about internet access via the STB's here.

 

My wife would probably love to view youtube videos from her easy chair but wouldn't it be much easier to tell her to press Menu>Interactive>Youtube than tell her to change the TV input (via the UV remote, which is hit or miss), lay down the U-Verse remote, pick up the (Smart) Bluray remote, power it up and then arrow down to youtube?  

 

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dhascall wrote:

Fox Mulder wrote:

Can't you use a game system as well? Wii or XBox?


But he asked about watching it via AT&T.  I know, i know that it;'s not currently available directly via his AT&T equipment but it could be possible, at some point.  We have been having a nice discussion about internet access via the STB's here.

 

My wife would probably love to view youtube videos from her easy chair but wouldn't it be much easier to tell her to press Menu>Interactive>Youtube than tell her to change the TV input (via the UV remote, which is hit or miss), lay down the U-Verse remote, pick up the (Smart) Bluray remote, power it up and then arrow down to youtube?  

 


Not that I'm planning on switching, but Grande here in Texas now has Netflix via TiVo.

 

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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Re: How to get You Tube on AT&T


dhascall wrote:

Fox Mulder wrote:

Can't you use a game system as well? Wii or XBox?


But he asked about watching it via AT&T.  I know, i know that it;'s not currently available directly via his AT&T equipment but it could be possible, at some point.  We have been having a nice discussion about internet access via the STB's here.

 

My wife would probably love to view youtube videos from her easy chair but wouldn't it be much easier to tell her to press Menu>Interactive>Youtube than tell her to change the TV input (via the UV remote, which is hit or miss), lay down the U-Verse remote, pick up the (Smart) Bluray remote, power it up and then arrow down to youtube?  

 


"My wife would probably love to view youtube videos from her easy chair" You are an aewsome Husband!!! Smiley Very Happy

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