Published: Wed, December 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Netflix will stop working on some smart TVs from Dec 1

Netflix will stop working on some smart TVs from Dec 1

Netflix has that Samsung's 2010 and 2011 smart TVs will no longer be supported after December 1, due to "technical limitations".

Netflix also said that users also won't be able to stream the service on old Roku sticks, including the 2050X, 2100X, 2000C, HD Player, SD Player, XR Player and XD Player. The company said in a statement had said that the years 2010 and 2011 made in Samsung's smart TV Netflix will not work.

'Shoppers with these choose fashions will see a notification from Netflix informing them of this variation once they open the app on their Sensible TV, ' the corporate mentioned.

"For consumers with these models, there are still many other devices supported by Netflix that can be connected to a Smart TV in order to access the app". You can find a list from Netflix at netflix.com/compatibledevices. The video streaming platform had announced recently that from December 1, this streaming platform is going to discontinue its support on many devices.

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Those who are using one of the devices that will no longer be supported will likely need to purchase a new streaming device to continue watching content with their Netflix subscription.

Netflix can be accessed by way of a appropriate good TV, sport console, streaming media participant or set-top field. It's possible that older devices won't always meet the requirements for each new service or offer the updates to support them. This is because it would mean that they have to buy new TVs or streaming sticks, none of which are exactly as cheap as desired.

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