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I have an android tablet. I am trying to add my device to my existing Netflix account. I need to get my activation code required by Netflix. how do I obtain the activation code required by Netflix?


In order to use the Netflix app you must sign up for and continue to pay for the use of Netflix. The Netflix app for iOS or iPad is free, but in order to view movies on your iPad, you need to maintain a subscription. You need to create an account on the Netflix site. The login to Netflix will be your username ( email address) and password. Thus same username and password is used to log into the Netflix app on the iPad. The first month is free, then $8/month for streaming service or $10/month that includes mail DVD's The service is great on iPad and even better when being able to view the video from iPad to TV. I have an original iPad and I have to use the physical composite VGA cable to output the Netflix content to my iPad. No other wireless WiFi media boxes ( with the exception of the newer Apple TV box) will let you stream from your iPad wirelessly. Another note, the Netflix app for iOS doesn't have a complete listing of all of the content available to stream. You need to use mobile Safari on your iPad to access to actual Netflix site and pick or queue up movies to watch from the main site. The Netflix site on mobile Safari will redirect your viewing choices to be played on the Netflix app for iOS automatically. Also, if you want to have Netflix stream to your TV without an iPad, you'll need to purchase Wifi media player such as this made by Apple, Roku or Sony. These work to stream Netflix direct to your TV, however, like the iPad app for Netflix, the content accessed by these wireless streaming devices is also limited and requires you to still use the full Netflix website to access their complete viewable library.

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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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Hi! I am trying to connect my Wii to the internet in order to watch Netflix on my tv


Connecting to wireless network

1.Power on your Wii console and press the A Button on the Wii Remote to reach the Wii main menu. Use the Wii Remote to select the "Wii" button.
2.Now, select "Wii Settings" to access the "Wii System Settings" menu.
3.Using the arrow on the right side of the screen, scroll to page two and select "Internet."
4.Select "Connection 1: None"
5.Click on "Wireless Connection" and then "Search for an Access Point."
6.Select "OK" and the Wii will display all the wireless networks it finds.
7.Select the wireless network that is yours.
8.Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."

Download Netlix
1.Select the Wii Shop Channel on the Wii Menu.
2.A screen will appear asking you if you want to link a Club Nintendo account to your Wii Shop account. 3.If you have a Club Nintendo Membership, enter your User Name and Password, then select "Link" on the right. 4.If you do not have a Club Nintendo Membership, leave the fields blank and select "Do not link" on the left.

5.Select "Wii Channels" from the Wii Shop Channel main menu, then select "Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii." Select "Free 0 Wii Points" to begin the download.
6.Once Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii has finished downloading, it will be added to your Wii menu.
After Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii has been added, the next thing you'll need to do is connect your Wii console with your Netflix account.

Connect your Wii console to your Netflix account

  1. On your Wii
    If you're not already on this screen on your television, select Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii from the Wii menu. (Don't have this option?) On this screen you will be presented with a code; remain on this screen during the activation process.
  2. On your home computer
    Using an online device other than your Wii console - such as a PC, Mac, or Web-enabled phone - go to http://www.netflix.com/wii. (You will need to log into your Netflix account if you're not already logged in.)
  3. Still on your home computer
    Enter the code displayed on your television into the box on the bottom Netflix Web page, then click "Activate Now." (The code is case sensitive.)
  4. Back to your Wii
    Netflix will now attempt to activate the connection to your Wii console. This may take several minutes. When the process is complete, the Wii will automatically display your queue. (The screen on your computer will not change. Wait for the screen displayed by the Wii on your TV to indicate the activation has finished before going to another Web page.)
  5. And finally, watch TV episodes and movies streaming from Netflix on your Wii console by selecting the Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii on the Wii main menu.

Jul 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I cannot get my computer to stream trough the Wii for netflix.


The Wii has its own netflix disc to install on the wii. YOu do not actually stream through the computer if you go to the netflix site you can put the wii disc in your queue and they will mail it to you. Once you have it install it as a channel and you can watch netflix on your wii.

Feb 27, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Our problem cantains a Wii.Our problem is how to get Netflix on the Wii without a disc or anything. We tried to fix it by putting in more information.


Download Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii from the Wii Shop Channel
Now that your Wii console is connected to the Internet, you can download the Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii from the Wii Shop Channel. Once it's downloaded, you'll use it to stream movies and TV episodes with your Wii.
  1. Select the Wii Shop Channel on the Wii Menu. shopselect.gif
  2. If you have not previously accessed the Wii Shop Channel, you will need to read and agree to the User Agreement. For help locating the User Agreement, click here.
  3. A screen will appear asking you if you want to link a Club Nintendo account to your Wii Shop account.
    • If you have a Club Nintendo Membership, enter your User Name and Password, then select "Link" on the right.
    • If you do not have a Club Nintendo Membership, leave the fields blank and select "Do not link" on the left.
  4. Select "Wii Channels" from the Wii Shop Channel main menu, then select "Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii." Select "Free 0 Wii Points" to begin the download.
  5. Once Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii has finished downloading, it will be added to your Wii menu.
After Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii has been added, the next thing you'll need to do is connect your Wii console with your Netflix account. Continue reading for more information.


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Connect your Wii console to your Netflix account
Before you can watch TV episodes and movies streaming from Netflix, you will need to connect your Wii console to your Netflix account.

  1. On your Wii
    If you're not already on this screen on your television, select Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii from the Wii menu. (Don't have this option?) On this screen you will be presented with a code; remain on this screen during the activation process.
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  2. On your home computer
    Using an online device other than your Wii console - such as a PC, Mac, or Web-enabled phone - go to http://www.netflix.com/wii. (You will need to log into your Netflix account if you're not already logged in.)
  3. Still on your home computer
    Enter the code displayed on your television into the box on the bottom Netflix Web page, then click "Activate Now." (The code is case sensitive.)

  4. Back to your Wii
    Netflix will now attempt to activate the connection to your Wii console. This may take several minutes. When the process is complete, the Wii will automatically display your queue. (The screen on your computer will not change. Wait for the screen displayed by the Wii on your TV to indicate the activation has finished before going to another Web page.)

  5. And finally, watch TV episodes and movies streaming from Netflix on your Wii console by selecting the Netflix Instant Streaming for Wii on the Wii main menu.

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Feb 02, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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