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Are you trying to use your carrier network or connect to a home wifi connection?

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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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Feb 26, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Internet wil not work on our televsion


Most connection problems that prevent streaming occur on the device itself, or on the home network. In a nutshell, we will have you test the Internet connection on the device, log out and back into Netflix, restart your device, and restart your home network equipment.

Nov 16, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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  1. Test the Internet connection on your device

    Many devices have an application to test the Internet Connection. If not, try opening the application store or another Internet-enabled application and check if your device is able to reach Internet services.
    • If you are unable to connect to the Internet, you may be having network connection issues.


  2. Restart the device

    Restart your device by unplugging it from power for at least 10 seconds, then plug it back in and turn it on with the power button. Restarting the device is often enough to restore your ability to connect to our service.
    Note: All devices are different. Some may take up to 15 minutes to fully restart.

  3. Disconnect and Reconnect the Netflix application

    These instructions will work on most consumer electronic devices with the Netflix application.
    1. Launch the Netflix app.
    2. Using the arrows on your remote, enter the following sequence:
      • Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up
    3. Select Deactivate and exit the screen.
    4. Restart the Netflix app and sign in to your account.


  4. Troubleshoot your Internet Connection

Oct 22, 2013 | Netflix

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Can't connect to TV


Most connection problems that prevent streaming occur on the device itself, or on the home network. In a nutshell, we will have you test the Internet connection on the device, log out and back into Netflix, restart your device, and restart your home network equipment.
Select your device from the list below for steps tailored to your device:

  1. Test the Internet connection on your device
    Many devices have an application to test the Internet Connection. If not, try opening the application store or another Internet-enabled application and check if your device is able to reach Internet services.
    • If you are unable to connect to the Internet, you may be having network connection issues.


  2. Restart the device
    Restart your device by unplugging it from power for at least 10 seconds, then plug it back in and turn it on with the power button. Restarting the device is often enough to restore your ability to connect to our service.
    Note: All devices are different. Some may take up to 15 minutes to fully restart.

  3. Disconnect and Reconnect the Netflix application
    These instructions will work on most consumer electronic devices with the Netflix application.
    1. Launch the Netflix app.
    2. Using the arrows on your remote, enter the following sequence:
      • Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up
    3. Select Deactivate and exit the screen.
    4. Restart the Netflix app and sign in to your account.

  4. Troubleshoot your Internet Connection

Oct 07, 2013 | Netflix

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I can't sig in


Recheck ur internet connections,if u are using a wire internet connections re check the connections of the phone jack plug in like take it out and reconnect it and turn the device that require a internet connection off/on again to reboot the device and the internet connections for a better connections are made.Recheck the latetest softwares upgrade for better speed of the internet connections of the devices.

Oct 03, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I can't find find all the usb drivers and modem drivers compatible for my samsung GT-C5010 mobile phone. Please name any web sites.


The user guide should provide the appropiate means of resolving malfunctions, either contacting the manufacter for replacement parts, or exchanges altogether. However, the internet has become resourceful to acquriing advice in disgnostics of situations whenever the situation requires any. Usually, new devices would have an internet website with the details about a device almost similar to what was provided on the user guide on acquisition. However, the internet site of the manufacturer of the device provides the means to communicating directly any malfucntions requiring technical resolutions. Surt the internet once more attempting to acquire details about the device acquired. Usually, similar devices with similar issues would provide means to resolutions. Where for example, internet blogs of similar devices produces results.

Jan 17, 2011 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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How to connect bsnl postpaid gprs from samsung SGH-D780 mobile as modem. i have alreeady downloaded settings from the network operator.



If you want to use a USB cable connection, you must first install Microsoft ActiveSync version 4.2 or later on the computer.
Before using Internet Sharing, disable ActiveSync on your computer.
To set up your device as a USB modem
1. On your device, tap Start > Programs > Internet Sharing.
2. In the PC Connection list, select USB.
3. In the Network Connection list, select the name of the connection that your device uses to connect to the Internet.
4. Plug in the USB cable between your device and the computer.
5. Tap Connect.
To end the Internet connection
On the Internet Sharing screen, tap Disconnect.

Sep 17, 2010 | HTC P3300 Smartphone

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On my PDA MC70 it is showing WI-FI "unavailable"


This can get kind of complicated, and your wireless carrier may block this depending on the data plan. It's also different for the MC7095 (CDMA) and MC7094 (GSM/GPRS) models. You may also want to see if your device BSP release is up-to-date.

Here is some basic info for the MC7095 (Sprint):

Device was not connected to network to start.
Went to Start, Programs, Internet Sharing, tapped Connect, showed Status: Check USB connection. Internet Sharing drivers were installed on laptop computer, then device displayed Internet Sharing Status "Connected". We were able to browse the web on the laptop computer. Closed out of Internet Sharing (tap X on upper right hand corner). On device, tapped Start, Internet Explorer, attempted to browse to a webpage. Able to browse on both laptop computer and MC7095 device.

Note: Attempted to Disconnect the Internet Sharing session, unable to. The device does not appear to respond to the "Disconnect" option on bottom left of screen. When tapping "Disconnect" the option light up as if being tapped however the device itself shows no other changes and Status still displays :Connected.
***FYI*** In testing with a different MC7095 (BSP33) we experienced the same issues with not being able to "Disconnect" the Internet Sharing session.

Jan 29, 2009 | Symbol MC70

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