If you regularly use Youtube app on the Android operating system, you must have encountered a problem “There is a problem with your network 410”, in this article, we call it “Youtube error 410”. This error may also occur on smartphones, Sony TV, Samsung TV, and also on Google TV. (If you are looking Youtube Activate for Smart TV please take a look at this guide).
Causes of Youtube error 410?
There are many reasons that can cause 410 errors on Youtube, but there are two main reasons below:
-The network speed is low, or the transmission line is down.
-There are problems with the Youtube app cache.
How to fix Youtube error 410?
-There is a problem with your network connection. If you use a low speed internet connection, your only way is to replace it, use high-speed Internet. If your connection is unstable, try rebooting your router. Turn off your router and turn on it in a few minutes.
-There are problems with the Youtube app cache, you can clear cache and data for YouTube app, or reinstall – update YouTube app.
Update, uninstall and reinstall the app is very simple, so we will not mention it in this article. Here we will guide you to clear the cache for Youtube app.
Step 1. Go to Settings -> click Apps or Application Manager.
Step 2. Click to YouTube app.
Step 3. Click Clear cache and Clear data.
If you encounter some other problems related to the Android operating system, you can find them here.
If this article does not help fix your error, go to the Google help center.