After updating AMD Adrenalin, I can not log in to twitch anymore. But the twitch web or mobile app has no login issue, even if I change the password still does not work.
I have the same problem after a driver rollback. I had updated drivers up to version 22.9.1 but recording gameplays became unstable, the games crashed as soon as I tried to start recording. Then I decided to go back to version 22.6.1 (the recommended version at the time of writing), and did a factory reset install (that's the only way to rollback drivers through the installer). Twitch login simply doesn't work in any way, shape or form in Adrenalin since then. What is going on?
I think I might have found some sort of lead to the actual problem. After spamming Enter, trying to force a login, the error message changed from "Something went wrong" to this, which roughly translates to "There's currently no support for your browser. Try to login with another browser or click here to know more."
I guess I will try contacting Twitch over this and see what they have to say.
It could be that the error message is wrong.
You cannot stream anymore without activating 2 factor authentication on twitch.
Can you test it @soulmet ?
"[...]Enabling 2FA is not required to watch streams on Twitch, but it is required to start streaming, and is recommended for all community members. [...]"
You can read how to do it here:
I thought it was just me, but it appears that we're not the only ones with the issue. I thought it might be due to running a VPN, so now I'm curious if any of those having this issue are also running a VPN.
No problems for me.
Logged in on 22.11.1 even with double authentification.
Maybe you should check what engine is used for in-app webview?
Windows 11 uses Edge WebView for in-application web surfing from what i know.
No still doesn't allow access to Twitch I have changed passwords many times I have edited AVG to allow Twitch I have updated Chrome many times. I can log in if I'm not using this machine and the other machine does not use an AMD chip.