11-05-2017 1:47 PM
I have AT&T U-verse 300 and am looking to see how I can watch Netflix on my TV, without having to contstantly hook up my laptop to do so. The U-verse help desk chatted that I could, but couldn’t find what they referenced.
any input would be appreciated.
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11-05-2017 2:51 PM
Netflix is an app not supported by Uverse receivers....
You must have a device that supports the app such as a smart tv, a game system, Roku, BluRay player, etc.
Currently if using a laptop you will need to make an investment if do not have any of the above that supports the app.
10-12-2018 7:06 PM
This is a lousy explanation. You need to have internet service and either wi-fi or ethernet connection (telephone cable) to the tv. ATT service stinks.
10-13-2018 6:34 AM
You can download the Netflix app to your computer. Go to Netflix.com for instructions of how to download the app.
12-07-2018 6:58 AM
How do I use my Amazon and Netflix app on my smart TV with AT&T when it keeps saying disconnected. I even tried just using my TV input and I still keep getting the same answer disconnected. I also tried using my Roku with the same results. Help me
12-07-2018 7:11 AM
I'm unable to get amazon or Netflix on my smart TV app. I keep getting the same answer. Disconnected. I even tried using my Roku with the same results. What do I need to do
12-07-2018 7:42 AM
Is AT&T your INTERNET provider? Streaming services (Netflix/Amazon Prime/Hulu) have nothing to do with Uverse TV.
P.S. If AT&T is your internet provider, you might want to post your question in that forum and NOT the Uverse TV forum.
12-07-2018 5:45 PM
Go into the TV menu, find network settings and see if your TV is connected to your home network. If it isn't, connect to your network.
01-13-2019 8:27 AM
Dish allows a person who has a Netflix account to sign in on the tv station designated for Netflix and you can watch. Why doesn't Directv have the same?
01-13-2019 8:46 AM
AT&T will be rolling out a new set-top box later this year for DTV that will likely do what you are looking for.
However I'm not convinced using a cable company's hardware to watch Netflix is the best solution.
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