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December 11, 2019 at 8:00 AMComments: 0 Faves: 0

Netflix will stop working on these TVs

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This was announced by the company this week about the smarts TV that already had its option to watch Netflix. To reassure users that may be affected, Netflix has indicated that all those who are affected will receive multiple notifications on their devices before losing service reminding them of the date approaches.Samsung, in an official forum, has commented that its 2010 and 2011 televisions of the C and D ranges, regardless of their size, will no longer be able to see more Netflix content on their devices. Sony has published a list of the devices that will be affected (see its website).
The LG appliance brand will also run out of support for those smart TVs sold before 2012. And Roku has also confirmed that the following media players will not be compatible: Roku 2050X, Roku 2100X, Roku 2000C, Roku HD Player, Roku SD Player, Roku XR Player, and Roku XD Player.
Toshiba has announced that the following models will be affected: BDK21KU; BDX2150KU; BDX2200KU; BDX2250KU; BDX2500KU; BDX2700KU; BDX3000KU; BDX4150KU; BDX4200KU; BDX5200KU Some models of the Hisense, Panasonic and Philips brands will also be unavailable.
What alternatives are left to continue watching NetflixIt is not yet known which devices of the other brands are going to stop working, so the best thing to do if you suspect that this service is going to end is to go to the Netflix compatible devices page, search for the TV brand and make sure if it is.
The good news is that it will not be necessary to change the TV to continue enjoying the Netflix application. If you have a PlayStation 3, a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One, you will be able to continue watching the platform without problems. This is also the case in case of using Movistar or AppleTV model 2 decoders, Chromecast, Fire Stick or an Amazon Fire TV device.
The announcement comes a month after Netflix announced its intention to avoid sharing passwords in the streaming service.

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