The easiest way to download movies and TV shows is to use a Roku device with a software version of Netflix.
However, if you don’t have a Roku, there’s a way to watch these shows on any Roku-compatible device with little effort.
Here’s how to install the Netflix software on a Roku.
You’ll need:1)A Roku TV that has a built-in Netflix app installed (there are several Roku TV apps on the market, including the Roku Ultra and Roku Fire TV).2)An internet connection that’s capable of streaming at least 1080p and has the Netflix app and the RokuTV app installed.
If you’re looking for a TV with Netflix, here’s a list of all the major providers that support the service.
The RokuTV is available for $20 and comes with four HDMI inputs, three DisplayPort inputs, a USB port, and an HDMI input.
The RokuTV does not come with a Roku app or RokuTV remote, but if you’re in the market for one, there are many free Roku apps for both the Roku and RokuTV.
If your Roku doesn’t support the Netflix apps or if you have a different device that supports Netflix, you can still download the Netflix TV app for free.
Here are the Roku TV app and Roku TV remote options:RokuTVRemote for Roku: Amazon/Best Buy/Walmart/NordVPN/Vudu/PlayBook/etc.
Amazon/BestBuy/WalMart/Nogad/etc.-Amazon/Walmarts/Kobo/etcRoku Roku Remote for Roku 4: Amazon (Amazon)Amazon/B&R/iTunes/Apple/Kiosk/etcAmazon/iBooks/Kindle/etc (Amazon Prime/Amazon Prime Instant Video)Amazon (Amazon Kindle Fire)Amazon Kindle (Amazon Instant Video/Amazon Fire TV)Amazon Fire HD (Amazon Fire)Google Play/Nook/etc, etcAmazon FireTV, Fire TV Stick, Fire Stick Mini, Fire HD, Firestick, Roku TVRemote for Amazon Fire TV: Amazon Amazon (S/E/N/AU/NZ/AU, AU $9.99/AU$14.99, NZ $14.59/AU $22.49, AU$27.99)Amazon Prime: Amazon Prime Instant (Amazon, US $7.99-8.99 monthly)Amazon First Day Free: Amazon First Day FREE for new Prime members*Amazon Prime, Amazon Fire, Amazon TV, Amazon Video (UK/EU)Amazon TV: Prime Instant Prime (UK, US, AU/NZ, AU €6.99/$8.59, NZ$10.69/$12.99 (not available in some countries)Amazon Video: Prime Video (US, AU, NZ/AU €7.49/$9.79, NZ£7.39/$9)Amazon Alexa: Amazon Fire HD+ Amazon Fire (UK)Amazon Chromecast: Amazon Chromecast (UK $59.99 + $29.99 for Echo Dot)Amazon Smart Home: Amazon Alexa (UK), Amazon Echo Dot (AU/AU)Amazon Tap: Amazon Tap (AU, NZ)Amazon Echo: Amazon Echo (US)Amazon Wi-Fi: Amazon Wi-fi (US/AU)/Google Assistant (AU)/Amazon Fire (AU)The Roku TV can also be used to stream other digital content to a TV or other device, but we won’t cover that here.
If, like us, you prefer watching Netflix from your computer, there is a way you can do that.
If you’re running Windows, here are the instructions for getting the Netflix service working on Windows.
Windows 7 (32-bit): Open a command prompt window.
Run the following command:NTDPortMgr.exe /online /installer If, like me, you’re using a Windows 7 computer that can run both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, you’ll have to use the command line:NTPDriverInstaller.exe -ComputerName:localhost -installerName:MyTVDownloader.cmd -Name:mytvdownloader.dll -ExecutionPolicyExecutionIgnore -InstallPath:”C:\Program Files (x86)\Netflix\MyTV Downloader.app”For Mac OS X: Open the Terminal app and type the following:brew install homebrewNTPDdrv.exeNTDPorts.exeYou’ll be prompted for a username and password.
Enter your username and press enter.
The installation will begin.
Once complete, you should be able to open the MyTVDownload, or MyTV in your browser, and start watching on your TV.
You can check the status of your install by launching MyTV.
It will show you whether the install is up to date or not.Once