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Xiaomi 4K HDR 'Mi Box' (Android TV set-top box)
I did a test:

Samsung NU7100 TV 
YouTube on Xbox One S -- YouTube on Samsung -- YouTube on mi Box 3

Chose the LG title 60fps with the butterfly (28 secs in)
Here we go three different results:

Xbox - no support for vp9.2 would only let me play at 1080p HD using AVC1 -- didn't even give me the option for vp9 -- used a 3860x2160 viewport - 
(the same xbox has no problem playing 30fps 4K titles in 4K using vp9, no idea why it won't select vp9 for ANY 60fps title)
Samsung internal Tizen - Perfect, displayed the vp9.2 - used a 1980x1280*2 viewport
mi Box 3 - did not use vp9.2 at all, displayed 2160p using vp9 - used a 1980x1280*2 viewport
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That is where this modded YouTube wrapper App comes in:

https://smartyoutubetv.github.io/

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Hi I have 2 mi box 3. Running on Android 6. Both reboot on Kodi while streaming a movie about every 40 minutes. They just fully reboot the box. On my rpi3 I don't have this issue with the same stream. How can I fix this?
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I just found out it only crashes if I have subtitles enabled. after I enable them it will crash in 40 minutes. I just updated both boxes tot oreo 2179 but still the same issue. The both reboot after 45 minutes while streaming a movie and running subs. I also added a fan to rule out overheating. And that's not the issue either.
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