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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 181016 29-Sep-2015 16:52
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Hi Guys

just got Sony Android TV X8500C but I could not see Hulu and Amazon.. tried to search over internet but to no avail.
even created US google account to see if it will list but no go..

Anyone able to download this and install Hulu on your Sony Android TV?
Note that I could see Hulu and Amazon on my previous Sony X55900a..

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  Reply # 1396722 29-Sep-2015 16:58
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The reason you can't see Hulu or Amazon Video...is because they're not available in NZ.

You will need to sideload the apk's  and then forward 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 in router to your geolcation service DNS



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  Reply # 1396725 29-Sep-2015 17:02
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macuser: The reason you can't see Hulu or Amazon Video...is because they're not available in NZ.

You will need to sideload the apk's  and then forward 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 in router to your geolcation service DNS


thanks for the feedback..
can you give more details on this process.. I am using getflix and setup to use US Sony TV apps.

do you have Sony Android TV and work this out?



 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1396726 29-Sep-2015 17:13
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  Reply # 1396733 29-Sep-2015 17:35
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Have a read of this

http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-entertainment/media-streamers/1403240/how-to-get-us-netflix-on-chromecast-and-roku-devices

Chromecast and Android TV suffer from the hardcoded Google DNS, so follow same steps using your Geolocation service's DNS

You can find APK's (android .exes) on the web for Amazon and Hulu, you download them on your PC and then use a USB stick to transfer it to the TV, then use ES explorer (available from Playstore on the TV)  to access the USB stick on the TV, then view the usb stick...and install the APK (first you need to enable 'install Applications from unknown sources' in settings)



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