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Topic # 138580 9-Jan-2014 15:20 Send private message

Anyone got one?

Wanting to know if it can be connected to US for netflix/hulu and is there a Plex app?






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  Reply # 964401 10-Jan-2014 11:26 Send private message

What about any other Samsung bluray or HDD recording devices that have smart hub 2.0?




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  Reply # 964967 10-Jan-2014 23:06 Send private message

I use bd-f6500 for plex, and nextpvr client (written by reven)
Works great for that, dual core device, so quite snappy.

The plex for Samsung app is not actually a plex port, but they help the devs out.

I'm pretty sure you can use Netflix , just need to sent he region to US to get the app.


There were some funny things about that 8500 device, like either the plex or one of the NZ on demand apps we not available (sorry, can't remember exactly)

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