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Topic # 152439 26-Sep-2014 14:39
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Hi, I would really appreciate any assistance with this.  I have this Smart TV, Orcon connection with global mode.  When I set the TV up it only gives options for Australia, New Zealand or Singapore.  Is there a way I can install the Netflix App?  I have Netflix working on laptop.


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  Reply # 1138312 26-Sep-2014 15:39
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Not sure on the TV, but to get different countries on a Smart Samsung Blu-ray, I press fast forward(once) 289 and rewind(once) 
Doing this, then brings up a list of all the countries in the world, choosing United States installs the Netflix app. 

You may be able to try this on a TV remote, not sure, but if you do, its at your own risk 


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  Reply # 1138517 26-Sep-2014 21:50
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This link explains it using the same code. https://support.unlocator.com/customer/portal/articles/1244175-how-to-change-region-on-a-samsung-smart-tv
I
 changed regions without problem.

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  Reply # 1138609 27-Sep-2014 09:14
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In fact if you choose UK as your region, it will also give you not only the Netflix app, but also BBC, ITV, 4oD, and 5 OnDemand.

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