Can’t delete a playlist video

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Description of the issue:

Can’t delete an expired video from the playlist that I added to it months ago because the video is no longer at the web link. I receive the following pop-up message window with Cancel & Reopen buttons while attempting to play the video from the playlist & it not doing so after a short period of time:

“Expired Video
This video was a live stream or the time limit was reached. Please reopen the link to refresh.”

When I select the Reopen option, the browser attempts to open the video at the original link when saved to the playlist, but it doesn’t because it is no longer there, & I received the following error message on the website “410 - Video is not found”. If I then go to the playlist & attempt to delete the video, nothing happens & it remains there unplayable.

How can this issue be reproduced?

  1. Open playlist window & select the video in question to play it.

  2. After the video not playing for a short period of time you receive the pop-up message window with: “Expired Video
    This video was a live stream or the time limit was reached. Please reopen the link to refresh.” & Cancel & Reopen buttons.

  3. Select the Reopen option, & a new browser window tab is opened but the video is not opened & received error message: “410 - Video is not found”.

  4. Reopen playlist & long press or swipe left on the video in question & select delete which results in no deletion & unplayable video left in the playlist.

Expected result:

Should be able to delete the playlist video if expired or if the original website link to it is no longer available.

Brave Version( check About Brave):

Version 1.50 (

Mobile Device details

Apple iPhone 14 with iOS 16.4.1

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