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# 185159 12-Nov-2015 06:58
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Just brought a new Sony 4K TV with Android TV and wondering if it's possible to connect it to the US for Hulu/Netflix and still have FreeviewPlus?

I currently use Astrill which I don't believe will allow access to local content as well as US but I understand that unotelly and the like do.




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  # 1427001 12-Nov-2015 15:56
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Got one as well. You will need dns services like unotelly, getflix.

Netflix app is installed by default but not hulu. You will need to download and search hulu apk for android tv.



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  # 1427179 12-Nov-2015 21:04
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Chrizvi: Got one as well. You will need dns services like unotelly, getflix.

Netflix app is installed by default but not hulu. You will need to download and search hulu apk for android tv.


And FreeviewPlus will still work? I also read that Amazon Instant is available on Sony




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  # 1427216 12-Nov-2015 21:34
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geekiegeek:
Chrizvi: Got one as well. You will need dns services like unotelly, getflix.

Netflix app is installed by default but not hulu. You will need to download and search hulu apk for android tv.


And FreeviewPlus will still work? I also read that Amazon Instant is available on Sony


not 100 % sure on the tv situation

But these services redirect on a per service basis

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  # 1427258 12-Nov-2015 22:07
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Yes. Freeview plus wil still work.

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  # 1427260 12-Nov-2015 22:10
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You can grab the Sky Go apk also and side load it, it will still work with DNS services.

Though you will need to use mouse to move around SkyGo UI and use sideload launcher to launch it



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  # 1427308 13-Nov-2015 06:05
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Awesome thanks guys.




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