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Mon, Sep 23, 2019 11:51 PM

Question about Netflix access.

I have a smart TV.  I know Direct TV has not relationship wiht Netflix, but Netflix was very easy to access when i was wiht Dish Network.  With Direct TV I cant seem to get there from here wiht all the same TVs in place.  How does one get Netflix access when using Direct TV services?

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shannon02

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a year ago

You have to change the TVs input to ANT and use the TV's remote to access the netflix app on the TV.

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Juniper

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a year ago


@Cestmoi wrote:

I have a smart TV.  I know Direct TV has not relationship wiht Netflix, but Netflix was very easy to access when i was wiht Dish Network.  With Direct TV I cant seem to get there from here wiht all the same TVs in place.  How does one get Netflix access when using Direct TV services?


Correct, DirecTV has absolutely no interaction with Netflix. Dish had an agreement which is why it was accessible through them to supplement their programming.

 

Change your TV's INPUT (some call it SOURCE) so you can access apps in the TV itself. Provided the TV set is connected to your home internet of course.

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a year ago

Thanks for that response!

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