1. You need to get an armel version for it which I doubt they provide
2. Assuming you have all the libraries it needs (in a chroot for example), it needs to display a window and allow you to control it which requires an X11 server
3. Assuming that torrent downloading is fast enough for streaming, you will need a way to play back content. Popcorn Time comes with its own video player which on ARM does video decoding and video rendering in software. This means that videos will be choppy as hell. It could use an external player, but I don't know how you could interface with Samsung's video player.
So -it's very unlikely it would work on Samsung TVs.
But you could run it on a cheap tablet that has hdmi out to the tv. Much simpler and painless.
samsung TV have X11 server in it. You can check. And I told you this a long time ago https://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?p=77501#p77501
and you can check this https://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?t=5992
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