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.
Netflix has launched a certification program for its Netflix HD application, awarding its first seal of approval to Texas Instruments' OMAP 4 processor and WiLink 7.0 chipset running on Android 2.3. TI's dual-core OMAP 4 won the certification thanks to its ability to play 1080p video at 30fps and its on-chip support for DRM (digital rights management)....
Anyone that uses netflix? After installing Ubuntu 11 no extras, netflix played movies just fine. I'm thinking there was an update or something and it no longer will play. Says I need windows. This just started a couple weeks or so ago. Anyone got an answer for me on this one. Looking online all I get is netflix has not worked on linux but they are working on it...
Has anybody found a workaround to watch Netflix on Ubuntu other than running Windows XP through VirtualBox? At this point my girlfriends fascination with Netflix is the only reason I still use windows for anything.
Netflix now supports Chrome OS 13 or higher, and Mac OS 10.4.11 or later. I have tried Moonlight without success.
A couple months ago Netflix released a major update to their app for Android users that brought significant changes to the user interface. Netflix is back at it, this time releasing a smaller update that includes support for Android 4.2, just in time for all the Android 4.2 devices being snapped up during the holiday shopping season.