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  Reply # 1581939 28-Jun-2016 13:40
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Rikkitic:

 

If you get over the Netflix obsession, Unotelly works just fine. It is still the only unblocker I have found that consistently works for every single site around the world that I want to view, and there are many. It is very far from dead.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yeah, we're still with Unblock-US. Works fine for Amazon, Hulu (which is what we mostly watch) and was working for iPlayer also last I tried (which was the last Doctor Who episode... but at least they're filming Season 10 now!)





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  Reply # 1584327 1-Jul-2016 19:06
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Stupid question time but I have to ask it, is it possible to use the dns of two different providers at the same time? Say if one works for Netflix but not Sling TV and the other way around. Cheers.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1584361 1-Jul-2016 19:37
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Just use a dns switcher like dnsjumper.

 

Edit: That only works from a pc, of course. 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1584506 2-Jul-2016 09:28
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Stupid question time but I have to ask it, is it possible to use the dns of two different providers at the same time? Say if one works for Netflix but not Sling TV and the other way around. Cheers.

 

 

If you put the DNS into the device then yes.  My Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV have different DNS..





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  Reply # 1584653 2-Jul-2016 15:27
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kiwimustang:

Stupid question time but I have to ask it, is it possible to use the dns of two different providers at the same time? Say if one works for Netflix but not Sling TV and the other way around. Cheers.



Yep. You can do as above, or some routers (e.g. pfSense) allow different DNS assignments on a per client basis.

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  Reply # 1584661 2-Jul-2016 16:04
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Anyone got a DNS blocker working on ps4?

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  Reply # 1587767 7-Jul-2016 17:26
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UnoTelly isnt working for me with Netflix USA and hasn't for the past few weeks, is it working or not for anyone else ?


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  Reply # 1587777 7-Jul-2016 18:05
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UnoTelly isnt working for me with Netflix USA and hasn't for the past few weeks, is it working or not for anyone else ?

 

 

No, it's been down for a while now. I've switched my region picker to NZ so I can at least get the locally available content.





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  Reply # 1587781 7-Jul-2016 18:12
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Not for me either as well, I decided to cancel my Netflix account.


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  Reply # 1587815 7-Jul-2016 18:21
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Not for me either as well, I decided to cancel my Netflix account.

 

 

Not for me either.   Waiting to see if My Amazon Prime renews before I cancel NF..





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  Reply # 1587818 7-Jul-2016 18:31
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If you use  firefox or chrome to watch netflix try the extension I have mention on the unblocking service forum it so far has work every time for a large selection (15) locations. Has a 2 week free trial 




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  Reply # 1587831 7-Jul-2016 19:22
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0r just use dns4me :)


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  Reply # 1587948 8-Jul-2016 08:59
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Getflix have dropped their region selection to three (all for the US Netflix), and currently I'm able to successfully access the US Netflix catalogue (think it's currently working on the "TEST" region).

 

I've just switched my Netflix account to NZ as, along with others here, the grandparented prices for the US plan came to an end last month; if I do end up solely being able to access NZ Netflix I'll certainly think twice about continuing to pay for Netflix given the narrower options - possibly look at paying for Lightbox instead. Certainly not going to bother renewing Hulu which runs out this week - found so very little to watch!


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  Reply # 1587955 8-Jul-2016 09:14
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I noticed this week that all  the Star Trek TV series  have appeared in the NZ Netflix feed.  Maybe I will stay with NF a while longer..





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  Reply # 1589146 10-Jul-2016 14:59
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I noticed this week that all  the Star Trek TV series  have appeared in the NZ Netflix feed.  Maybe I will stay with NF a while longer..



Cool I might sign back up. Just loaded up Netflix on phone and searched Enterprise.

It's even remembered where I'm up to when I was watching it on the US one.

I can still search like I'm signed up, just if I hit play it comes up error your account is on hold.

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