YouTube has millions of videos, but some users reported that they’re unable to watch those videos, as the videos on YouTube have been restricted for their age group.
This issue can occur due to YouTube’s age restriction settings, so if you’re also troubled by this issue, here are a couple of tips to help you resolve the age restriction on YouTube app.
- Age limitation is a controversial topic and, as a result, YouTube makes changes to its users’ experience.
- The age limitation feature prevents users younger than 13 from watching mature content on YouTube.
Uninstall the Youtube App
- Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings app.
- When Settings app opens, navigate to the Apps section.
- Select Youtube from the list.
- Next, click the Uninstall button.
Uninstall the Google Update
- Go to Start > type Google Update > select Uninstall updates
- Reboot your PC
- Download and install AVG Security (or any other antivirus)
- Remove AVG Security
- Uninstall Google Play Store
- Install Google Play Store
Uninstall the YouTube Kids App
- Uninstalling the YouTube Kids app temporarily clears out the app’s saved data on your Android phone.
- Open the Google Play Store app on your phone.
- Then, enter YouTube Kids in the search tool.
- Select the YouTube Kids app, and select Uninstall.
Open the YouTube App as Administrator
- To do that, just open YouTube in Windows 10.
- Go to your YouTube account, and press the hamburger menu button.
- Select Settings.
- Go to General.
- Under General, you will find Account.
- Select Account.
- Scroll down and you will find Restricted Mode.
- Turn off the Enable Restricted Mode option.
Repair the Youtube App
- If the Youtube app is not working correctly, you can repair it.
- Go to the Youtube app and tap on the three vertical dots in the top right of the screen.
- Tap on Settings and then tap on General.
- Now, tap on Storage.
- Tap on the Clear Cache button to delete the cached data.
- Reset the Youtube App
If the Youtube app is crashing continuously, you can reset it.
- Go to Settings and then tap on Apps.
- Tap on Youtube and then tap on the Clear data button.
- Open Settings, then select Apps.
- Click on My Apps & Games, then click on Developer Options.
- Now, turn the Enable parental controls slider off.
- Open the YouTube app, then click on the Menu icon located at the top right corner.
- Select Settings.
- Scroll down and click on General.
- Now, click on Enable parental controls.
- Now, toggle the Enable parental controls slider off.