Hello. I have been searching the net and cant seem to find a fix so I'll try here. Netflix plays fine when I watch it on my phone. But when I hook it up to my HDMI adapter to mirror it on my LG tv, the audio is out of sync with the video, lagging behind. Only when it is plugged into the HDMI adapter. Thing is, youtube and other video video play fine when connected to the HDMI adapter.
Netflix till date has very bad support, actually no support, for streaming in Linux systems. The core issue was the use of Microsofts dying Silverlight by Netflix, but Netflix announced their plans to move to HTML5.
Hey everyone, new to the community! Hopefully someone out there can help me with this. Since I have updated my galaxy tab 2 to Jelly Bean 4.1.2 (not the full 4.2 for some reason) Netflix streaming no longer works. Netflix thinks it is either a device problem or my internet signal isn't strong enough (that sounds like a load of crap).
Back in the GB days I spent many days watching HD anime on my Spectrum. The quality was simply superb. Though the offerings of Netflix no longer fit my tastes, I would still like the option of viewing Netflix in HD. Since I upgraded to ICS and JB, I have lost this option.
After lagging behind other platforms that have had support for profiles since the feature was introduced by Netflix earlier this year, the Netflix for Android app is finally getting an update that includes this feature. The updated version was posted to Google Play yesterday and should start showing up on user’s devices to be updated.
I just updated Netflix from the market and now the videos won't stream. Keeps saying connection error. I've rebooted, wiped cache and even tried to reinstall the app, but when entering my login info, it says please check your date and time settings. I rolled back to a later version of Netflix I had backed up and when loading the screen will go black.