According to the statement from the US Online Video Streaming giant, “Netflix”. Some of Samsung’s 2010 and 2011 smart TVs and Roku devices have stopped streaming Netflix since December 1, 2019. The company said – “The company has notified all the members impacted with detailed information about the alternative devices that will support Netflix Uninterrupted”.
Netflix Stops Working on Samsung Smart Tv
Netflix also said that users wouldn’t be able to stream their services on old Roku sticks, which includes the 2000C, 2050X, 2100X, HD & SD Player, XD & XR Players.
A report on LadBible.com. Netflix claims, ‘a small number of users’ will only get affected with the ‘technical limitations’ to their streaming services to which they have already been notified.
The development related to Netflix device limitations was earlier revealed by Samsung last month via a press statement. Saying: “This change will impact selected 2010 and 2011 Samsung TV models. And, were particularly sold in the U.S. and Canada. All those affected devices will receive a notification for the technical limitations. All other Samsung’s Smart Tv manufactured after 2011 will remain unaffected by this change”.
Samsung precisely didn’t specify which of its Smart TV models would be affected. “Consumers with these models, there are still many other devices supported by Netflix itself. As long as you have any supported devices”, said the company.
Additionally, older Vizio’s smart TV will also lose streaming service to Netflix – said Vizio representative. Technical limitations will block the streaming service from working on some of the Vizio’s smart TV that were sold between 2012 – 2014. So, what are your thoughts on Netflix stops supporting some of the Samsung and other Smart TV?
Source – IANS