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How to Fix “YouTube app is approved for device testing only and not for production use. Activity level: Core”

There are no official fixes from Youtube regarding the “YouTube app is approved for device testing only and not for production use. Activity level: Core” issue.

However, here are some workarounds to fix the issue.

1. Restart the Device. This is the simplest and often the most effective solution for minor glitches.

  • Unplug the device from the power source.
  • Leave it unplugged for at least 5 minutes to ensure a complete power cycle.
  • Plug the device back in and turn it on.
  • Check if the issue persists.
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2. Check for App Updates. An outdated app might be causing the issue. Make sure your device has the latest update for the YouTube app. You can usually find the update option in the device’s app store or settings menu.

3. Clear App Cache and Data. Corrupted app data can sometimes cause problems. Try clearing the cache and data of the YouTube app. This will not delete your account information, but it might remove any temporary files that are causing issues.

4. Reinstall the YouTube App. If clearing the cache and data doesn’t work, try reinstalling the YouTube app. This will completely remove the app and reinstall it with a fresh copy.

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5. Check for System Updates. An outdated device system might be incompatible with the current YouTube app. Make sure your device has the latest system update available.

6. Wait for some time. Some users reported that the issue resolved itself after a few days, so you might want to wait and see if the problem persists.

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