Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Trying to install Netflix but says app not supported on this device

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  • #36263
    androidtvbox
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    Trying to install Netflix but says app no supported on this device. Please help. My device is hk1 plus with android 8.0.

     

    #36264
    Run Away
    Guest

    Try to install it from an external drive.

    #36265
    Michael Hartling
    Guest

    What device? Knowing that would help others help you. Saying This Device doesn’t help anyone help you.

    #36266
    Adrian Porter
    Guest

    Is it a netflix certified box?

    #36267
    Bob Stitzenberger
    Guest

    try an older version of Netflix. Or just an app like Cinema HD, which will have all the shows anyway

    #36268
    Jonathan Lewis
    Guest

    Why would you install Netflix on an Android Box? Do you really understand what you have

    #36269
    Shan Layon
    Guest

    First make your device Google certified device check this so you will get idea https://www.technobaboy.com/2020/03/07/how-to-fix-device-is-not-play-protect-certified/

    #36270
    April Slaney Lawrence
    Guest

    The only version of Netflix still working on android boxes is the Jan 31, 2019 release.
    If you have an android box though you don’t need Netflix, it’s just wasting space & money. Use Kodi

    #36271
    Flooky Flooknation
    Guest

    If you really want Netflix just get Aptoide TV app. It’s like the google play store except you can see older versions of all the apps. Netflix recently stopped working on Androids but if you install an older version it’ll work. Aptoide is the easiest place to find older versions of apks

    #36272
    Damian Goode
    Guest

    I can get you all the Netflix shows and movies for free.

    #36273
    Aidan Macgregor
    Guest

    Would reccomend cinima and stremio, far less complicated than kodi and is very netflix like with ui ect

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