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    masial New Member

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    Possuo um Smart TV Sony Bravia (3D) KDL 32EX721, adquirido em 2012.

    No momento da aquisição (à 3 anos precisamente) um dos grandes argumentos de venda da SONY era o YOUTUBE.

    Os principais motivos da minha decisão de compra foi precisamente o YOTUBE. Porque nessa altura tinha um neto, agora dois (um deles com 2 e outro que com 7 anos), para quem o YOUTUBE tem sido a principal atividade lúdico e didática.

    Agora fui confrontado com a noticia de que a app do Google Youtube deixará de ser suportado em determinados produtos Sony a partir de 20 de Abril de 2015.

    Sinto-me ludibriado quer pela Sony quer pela Google que não garantem suporte a produtos por si concebidos, produzidos e comercializados por um período de tempo razoavel.

    A solução apontada de utilização de um Computador, Tablet ou Smartfone, para poder continuar a ver o YOUTUBE sinceramente, é uma solução praticavel para adultos mas desadequada para crianças que não vão conseguir utilizar.

    Agradeço profundamente que repensem a decisão.....
     
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    This is the Portuguese to English translation from Google Translate:

    At the time of acquisition (the three years precisely) one of the big selling points of SONY was YOUTUBE.

    The main reasons for my purchase decision was precisely the Yotube. Because at that time had a grandchild, now two (one with 2 and one that with 7 years), for whom the YOUTUBE has been the main playful and didactic activity.

    Now I was faced with the news that Google's Youtube app will no longer be supported in certain Sony products from 20 April 2015.

    I feel deceived either by Sony or by Google which do not guarantee support products they designed, produced and marketed by a reasonable period of time.

    The solution proposed to use a computer, tablet or smartphone, you can continue to see the YOUTUBE honestly, is a practicable solution for adults but inappropriate for children who will not use.

    I am deeply grateful to rethink the decision .....
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    As I understand it, without the YouTube App, one is left with YouTube via the browser. Why wouldn't the latter be acceptable for a child?
     
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    Não, estava-me a referir as app´s do YOUTUBE disponiveis para windows e Android, mas que para ver na Smart TV (via wireless) tem que ser partilhado ou replicado no TV, porque pelo browser do Sony Bravia KDL 32EX721 a forma de acesso torna-se ainda mais complicada e só com uma lupa e muita destreza se chega lá, continuando contudo a ser exigido a replicação na TV.
     
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    Google translation:

    No, I was referring to the APP from YOUTUBE available for Windows and Android, but to see the Smart TV (via wireless) must be shared or replicated on the TV because the Sony Bravia KDL 32EX721 browser as access becomes even more complicated and only with a magnifying glass and great skill to get there, yet still continue to be required replication on TV.
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    Your use of "magnifying glass" leads me to think that your settings in the Sony Bravia KDL 32EX721 need to be adjusted. Have you tried adjusting them to solve this problem?
     
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    Sony Bravia KDL-EX720 review - CNET

    "Sony did revamp its Home menu this year, ditching the PS3/PSP-style XMB interface for a new scheme that creates a main horizontal bottom row and a right-hand vertical column flanking a smaller, inset TV image (tweakers fret not; the TV image expands back to full size during picture adjustments). The menu shows all of the horizontal options at once, but there's simply too many of them--nine total: Settings, Widgets, Applications, Qriocity, Internet Content, TV, Media, Inputs, and Favorites/History (consolidation, anyone?). None of the main horizontal choices is labeled until you select it, so you're forced to either learn Sony's quirky iconography or scroll a lot until your item appears. Each option has its own column of sub-options, for a total effect that can easily become overwhelming."

    This is a CNET review for the Sony Bravia KDL-EX720 TV. I'm assuming it's similar to the Sony Bravia KDL-EX721. It says: "None of the main horizontal choices is labeled until you select it..."
    In those horizontal choices is the Settings option.

    If your TV didn't come with a manual in Portuguese, you can find one here. Sony KDL-32EX721 KDL-32EX721 Manuales
     

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