I want you to read this post to the end to learn how to successfully activate Youtube service on your device if you really want to watch your favorite YouTube videos on your smart TV, game console, cable set top box or streaming media box. Provided you already have your own Google account, then nothing will prevent you from watching your favorite videos at any point in time, anywhere on your device.
YouTube was founded in 2015 by three former PayPal employees Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim. As a video sharing website, you are free to enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends and family. It’s headquarters is in San Bruno, California.
You must have your own Google account or Gmail before you can be able to activate YouTube on your device. If you don’t have, follow the instruction guide here to create a new google account, which is free. Also, if you wish to create YouTube account, just complete the YouTube registration form to sign up for YouTube account free.
Step Guide To Activate YouTube Service on Your Device
For successful activation, just follow the step guide instruction below.
- First, ensure you have already downloaded the YouTube app on your device. After that, open the YouTube app and click the sign in page.
- Then visit www.Youtube.com/activate using your computer or any other device and sign in to your Google account. This must be the google account that you use frequently on YouTube.
- Once you sign in, an activation code will immediately appear on your YouTube app and as well on your device. Kindly enter it right inside the text box on the browser then click the continue button. After that, a message will pop up, requesting you to approve or deny the connection. Click Approve.
- Then, a confirmation message will then pop up on your YouTube app on your device. This will tell you that you can now be able to watch all your favorite YouTube videos on your device.
If you experience any problem while linking your device at www.Youtube.com/activate with YouTube app, check your YouTube advanced setting. Also, ensure that you use an updated version of YouTube app.