Experienced a great deal of frustration with this, initially. Would have expected uploading video from a phone running a google operating system to a google owned video site would be straightforward. Unfortunately experienced quite a lot of frustration.
The key to resolving this issue appears to have been:
While in the YouTube application on the adnroid log out. Then add an account – not your gmail account but your YouTube account (i.e. exclude any ‘@gmail.com). After that all seemed to work perfectly.
Found the relevant advice/ guidance eventually through one of the threaded discussions on google.
no google profile associated with google apps – therefore no google+.
I am an avid user of web 2.0 solutions – in particular social networks including linkedin, facebook and twitter. First impressions of google+ have been positive – seems to me to support, more easily, useful interaction between people sharing an interest. Circles appears pretty logical. Obviously uptake is very important (to obtain critical mass) but the level of uptake in the first few weeks would suggest google+ certainly has a good chance of gaining significant traction.
However – I am a google apps, paid-up, user. google apps is at the centre of my day to day operations.
Not unusally I started with a gmail account and move to google apps as I established my own domain: http://www.barryjogorman.com. I have a google profile – associated with my gmail account. I do not have a google profile within the google apps world. People interact with me using whatever medium suits them: facebook, linkedin, twitter, gmail, my google apps mail account, SMS, voice. And now some level of interaction has commenced via google+.
Unfortunately, in order to be active in google+ I have to be logged into my gmail world – not my google apps world. It’s almost becoming a question of accessing the google apps world from the PC and the google plus world from the smart phone – complete nonsense!
This posting seems to contain the current wisdom from Google: we hear you, we knew this would be an issue, we’ll get there because it is important to us – but it may take a few months.
For now it seems to be a question of ‘grin and bear it’. Any solutions/ tips would be very welcome!