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Easy Ways to Get Netflix & Other Video Streaming Services On Your TV Smart TVs: If you've bought a television from LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Vizio or any number of other manufacturers in the past few years, it might be an Internet-enabled Smart TV offering access to services like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and Hulu Plus at the very leastBlu-ray Players: Like some televisions, many Blu-ray players are now "smart," offering access to streaming services. A few video streaming apps, like Netflix, may come preloaded. Others you may have to download and install. If you already have one of these smart Blu-ray players, you may not need an additional streaming device. Game Consoles: PlayStations 3 and 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and Wii U all offer streaming basics: Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube and Hulu. Xbox offers the most-64 channels including HBO Go, Showtime Anywhere, Starz Play, CBS Sports, MLB.TV, Nat Geo TV, Vudu, Sling TV and many others.Smartphones, Tablets and laptops: If you have a newer smartphone and TV made by the same manufacturer, there might be a screen mirroring setting such as Samsung's AllShare or LG's Miracast on both devices. This enables you to cast whatever's on your smartphone to your TV. For laptops, just plug it into your TV with an HDMI cable. Or, if you want to go wireless, check to see if your laptop and TV support WiDi, Wireless Display.
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if your tv is a smart tv then chances are you allready have the software preloaded just follow the prompts to get signed up , if your tv's not "smart" things are slightly more complex but still possible , most folks connect thru there childrens game consoles (tv has to be set to recieve game console) and the software is loaded in the game console , follow the prompts to sign up ! and last but not least the most complex but now becomming more popular method , using a digital media player to load the software from your internet connection onto it and then followiing the prompts to sign up
last but not least step what ever method you decide to use , write down your chozen username and password in a safe place that only you will know , dont just rely on tv or device to "remember it for you" someday you'll be sorry you did that !!!
Using your remote menu, open the Smart feature and then App settings. Select the "automatic update" feature and press enter. Now load the Netflix app to the tv screen, wait 30 second's and then turn off the tv for two full minutes. When you restart the tv, Netflix should then work. I faced this identical issue this week and once the "auto update" feature updated Netflix, mine then loaded and has played perfectly since.
Assuming you have a wireless modem...and a smart tv.....it should work....how far is the distance from the tv to the wireless modem? If you have a smart phone, download the Netflix app... and try it on your phone..... if it works.... start walking away from your modem into another room, hall, where ever ... and if you cant get too far before Netflix give you an indication of your problem... then the out put power of your modem isnt very good. you can try putting you modem higher on a shelf for a stronger and farther signal.
I can get Netflix from across the street from my house on my smart phone, and I have my modem sitting on my window sill behind a curtain.