Is anyone having location issues with YoutubeTV using the Verizon LTE 4G
Dee4001
Newbie

I'm using Verizon LTE 4G for my home internet service and I'm having issues with YoutubeTV. YoutubeTV keeps thinking I'm using it outside my home area and is threating to shut the service down.

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DebBill821
Newbie

Same problem here. All other apps are okay

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CMD5
Newbie

Verizon gives you an IP address where ever it is convenient for you.  I have had the same problem with FUBO and Yourtube.  this site will be little to no help. 

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capnp72
Enthusiast - Level 2

What device are you using to watch Youtube TV?  On the roku app, you change the device location.

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vzw_customer_support
Customer Service Rep

Hello, capnp72! Thanks for contacting Verizon Social Media. Our goal is to provide you the best experience ever. To further assist you, I will be sending you a PM, so we can check this together and find out the best resolution.

 

>Ken

 

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HotpinkGA
Newbie

I also need help with this. I installed yesterday and woke up with local stations from another state.

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vzw_customer_support
Customer Service Rep

Have you set your location using the YouTube TV app?

*Harley

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ScottsdaleAZ
Enthusiast - Level 2

This actually worked for me. It reads the location from your cellular data, not the IP address from the router. Issue, yes. But this did work for me. The key was to turn off WiFi and then Update the location.

1. From a mobile device using cellular data/Wi-Fi off, access the YouTube TV App (sign in if
required)
2. Click on the profile icon (upper right corner)
3. Select location option on the menu
4. Select Update on the Current Playback Area option
5. Give permission for the app to use location information

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