Unfortunately no, you can't install netflix using it.Bjur wrote:Willl this option give the oppotunity to get Netflix working on D8000 FW 1015?
Please don't create any new topic here unless you have software to post/release.
I enter SmartHub I select develop and no way to add the password.
I try to connect and it says connected and the green develop icon appears in the left column but I have the connection in progress running and running on the right upper corner of the TV.
I push smarthub and I have access to the develop menu and input IP setting.
After that I posh to the synk and the TV says that the Samygo widget will be automtically installed but after 5 minutes still no progress...
I guess that the issue is with the login to the develop but I cannot rid what I'm doing wrong.
Any suggestion ?
Update and solved: I created another account and than again develop also I change PC and widget installed.
No need to be rootedTOMillr wrote:Just curious: Does the Widget Manger require the TV to be already rooted with the Skype/SamyGo method? Or does it just use the developer account to push apps to the tv?
When I install my apps with SammyWidget everything is fine - until the next time I turn the TV on and enter internet@tv. Then all apps installed with Sammywidget are automatically uninstalled (TV says internet@tv needs to update and then deletes the apps). It doesn't matter if I am logged on as Develop or not.
If I install the same apps from another source on the internet also through the Develop-account, the apps are not automatically deleted. One of the apps is a paid VOD-service, which requires activation after each installation (and only 1 of 5 devices can be changed each month), so it's quite a hassle. And this app is not officially supported for Samsung TV's older than 2012, but otherwise works fine.
What's your best estimate: Is it the apps themselves, the installation through SammyWidget or my aging TV?
EDIT: It appears only to be an issue with the before mentioned Video-app, so maybe this is the app contacting the mothership and getting told, that a Samsung from 2010 is not supported?