Go to the directory where you’ve downloaded Vanced MicroG with your preferred file manager. Run the APK file and install Vanced MicroG first.
Step 3 – Install & run ReVanced Manager
After Vanced MicroG is installed, ReVanaged Manager should be next, run it and give it the permissions it needs. Head over to the Patch tab (below) and like me you might find that you’re unable to patch your current install. If so you’ll need to continue, see Step 4.
Step 4 – Download recommended or latest YouTube APK file
It’s important to download a patched version to avoid bugging. Run the ReVanced Manager app, Select ‘Patcher’ tab, select YouTube and you should see current and suggested versions.
Select the file from storage and allow it to patch the installer.
Optional Alternative – Uninstall using ADB shell or build using ReVanced CLI
If you get an error such as “App not installed as package conflicts with an existing package.” then you’ll need to make sure everything is completely uninstalled and trying again. As this will get pretty long I’ve created a different post, click the links below.
Go to the YouTube app and under “set as default” – turn it off. Under YouTube ReVanced, make sure “Open supported links” is enabled and make sure within ‘supported web addresses” you’ve toggled all on.