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Can't Livestream to YouTube -- "network error"

Discussion in 'Android Mobile Devices' started by Alex Ethridge, Jul 25, 2019.

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  1. Alex Ethridge

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    I am a total neophyte at this. I managed to set up a YouTube channel several weeks back to post a single video of a thief at a property I own and at the time it was my only purpose.

    Now, I'm interested in livestraming. I opened the camera app on my Galaxy S6 and went through the instructions as found on the 'net and it told me I was successful and could now livestream; but I get an error message entitled "Network Error" and says "A network error has occurred . . .".

    In case it matters:
    • At the moment, I am in my home and the phone is connected to my LAN via WiFi.
    • The phone signal is strong.
    • The phone is currently about four feet from the router.
    • The router is hard-wired to the cable modem.
    • My current internet speed is 11.55 Mbps up and 94.25 Mbps down.
    • The phone is not configured to make phone calls via WiFi.

    Aside from that, I don't know what else I should tell you.
     
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  3. Alex Ethridge

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    Does that mean I must have 1000 subscribers in order to livestream. I have no subscribers and doubt I will ever make a video anyone would want to subscribe to.
     
  4. AmyToo

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    To stream from mobile, yes. The article is clear.
     
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