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Does the TV you are using support netflix? Is it a smart TV?

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Netflix how do i get it


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  1. Determine if your TV is a Smart TV. Smart TVs connect to your home network, and can run media streaming apps such as Netflix. ...
  2. Connect your Smart TV to your home network. ...
  3. Open your Smart TV apps. ...
  4. Select the Netflix app. ...
  5. Log in with your Netflix account. ...
  6. Browse using your remote.

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My tv has WiFi to use Netflix but the WiFi not connected to the YouTube


I suspect the problem is not that really a connection problem. Some TVs have an app that will allow you to access Netflix, some TVs have an app that allows you to access YouTube. Yours may not have the YouTube app.

Check your computer manufacturer's website to see if you can add a YouTube app.

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One of my TVs will not connect to Netflix. Why?


Netflix Phone Number
Phone Number
888-638-3549
Press 0 at each prompt.
or they call you instead
http://gethuman.com/call-back/Netflix/
Average Wait: 5 mins - 24 hours, 7 days

for me i had to use OTHER ACCOUNT to make it work.

Netflix Phone Number
Phone Number
888-638-3549
Press 0 at each prompt.
or they call you instead
http://gethuman.com/call-back/Netflix/
Average Wait: 5 mins - 24 hours, 7 days

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My daughter's boyfriend set up the account and I need to find it. I tried to log in under my email


You should have your own Roku account.
Get one if you don't have one.

Maybe you're trying to get Netflix and he's allowed you to share his. Netflix allows one account to work for two TVs. The two TVs don't have to be in the same house. In that case, call your daughter's boyfriend.

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How to connect Netflix with my cable provider?


You need a Netflix-ready device connected to the Internet. Many DVD and Blu-Ray players will do the job, as will some newer TVs. Your cable provider probably doesn't have any way to access Netflix, since most cable companies have a competing on-demand service.

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Do you have to have cable tv to have netflix?


No, you do not have to have Cable TV in order to get the Netflix service. However, in order to watch Netflix you basically need to have an internet connection preferable of decent speed. You will also need a supported device that will let you watch Netflix.

The internet speed will ultimately determine whether you get quality video output on the device you intended to watch Netflix.

You can watch Netflix on your computer or you can use a device (generally now called a media device) that will allow for you to watch Netflix on your TV.

The Netflix app comes on many different media devices, which you essentially plug to you TV and connect to your home Internet connection.

Newer TV have the Netflix app built in to them as well as Internet. These TVs are referred to as Smart TV.

Right of the top of my head are the following Netflix capable devices Xbox 360, Roku, Wii...

Here are a list of other supported devices on Netflix's Website:



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How do i get netflix on my tv


You need a Netflix ready TV, Blu-ray player, Tivo, or some other Netflix ready device. There you will see a Netflix offered as dock button, network button, or something. Netflix requires a connection to the Internet, wireless or wired to the Netflix ready device. You will get a code from the Netflix device on your TV screen that you have to enter into your Netflix Web account you paid for.

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Netflix content error sony bravia tv


I have two Sony TVs (KDL-46HX729 and KDL-55EX700) and suddenly three weeks ago, I got nothing but "Content Error" every time I tried to stream any Netlix content. All other internet content worked fine. I could see my Netflix queue and make changes to it, but couldn't view any title on either TV.
Netflix worked fine on all other devices. Netflix said all was fine on their end (after deactivating and reactivating the account on both TVs).
Sony said all was fine on their end (after factory reset).
ISP said all was fine with the line.
Router manufacturer said all was fine with the router. Speedtests revealed plenty of speed for streaming.
At some point, I also was told to change primary and secondary dns on the TVs to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4). No effect.
Finally, Sony suggested I create a new (free trial) Netflix account and lo and behold that account worked fine. Netflix said I could just use that new account, although they could see nothing wrong with my old account. I was about to do that, but had the fear that this problem would just happen again and I'd be back to square one. Finally, deep in an internet search yesterday, I found someone who said they had fixed a similar problem by deleting their Netflix instant queue. I tried it (I was about to lose my queue anyway by switching to a brand new account). So, I deleted all items in my queue. Made no immediate difference, but I tried Netflix again after a few hours and IT SUDDENLY WORKED FINE. 24 hours now and Netflix is still fine on both TVs. My fingers are crossed. I suspect it has something to do with the way Sony TVs buffer the content; the large number of items in the queue were taking up space somehow.

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