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Using IPTV is not as difficult as many people think and it’s always about getting the basics right.
Just follow this setup tutorial to get started.
How to Set Up IPTV on an Android Device?
How to install on a VLC/M3U Device?
How to do the installation on a Smart TV?
How to Complete the Installation on the Mag25x?
How to do the installation on XBMC and KODI?
How to install on an iPad device or an iOS phone?
How to set up IPTV on Amazon Fire TV and Android TV?
How To Do The Installation Of IPTV On A Linux Device?
How to Install IPTV on Roku m3u playlist Player?
Installing IPTV on an OPENBOX V8S
How To Make The IPTV Installation On An Android STB Emulator?
The following are some of the FAQs that are usually asked by many IPTV users.
- What web connection speed should I have?
You will need a stable internet of 1.5 Mbps for streaming the non-HD channels. For the HD channels, you will need something faster. 3 Mbps of internet speed will do. But for the ultimate viewing experience and the best possible quality, you will need at least 5 Mbps of internet speed. We also recommend specific lines for purchase because of the quality that they offer. Once you have opened an account with us, you will get all that information on our support page.
- What does it mean when you say “stable”?
The word stable is used when recommending internet speeds. When you are streaming channels online, while internet speed is important, it’s not the only thing that matters. There are additional factors such as line stability. The stability of a line will be determined by many factors including line jitter, local exchanges, response times, ISP providers, and routing paths. The process in which data is transferred right from the web to the ISP provider and to the router that you have at home has to be seamless. That channel has to be open all the time. Any interruptions or network unavailability may lead to a poor viewing experience.
- How to find out if I have the right internet speed and quality?
There are speed test servers that can be used to check the internet speed. We recommend that you check the speed tests server in this link for the most accurate tests. It’s important to do the testing several times a day so that you have a clear view of the average speed that you are dealing with. In case you want to check the quality of your connection, use the test server in this link here. As noted above, for non HD streams you will need at least 1.5 Mbps while 3 Mbps will work for the HD videos. If you can get the connection to a speed of up to 5 Mbps, then you won’t have any problems at all.
- Do I need a new ISP?
The ISP is a very important determinant of the internet quality you have. In most cases, if you find that your internet is too slow, it could mean that there’s network congestion with the ISP. In other words, it means there are many people using that service provider and the ISP can’t handle it. However, the solution is not to change the ISP provider. Sometimes slow internet can be caused by network overload or routine maintenance and repairs. This is something temporary and will pass with time. Although some people may think that the idea of moving to a smaller ISP provider will solve the problem, most of the time, it actually makes it worse. If you can get 4G and it works all the time, no need to move even if you experience slow internet rarely.Besides, big ISP providers will always work to improve their service because they have the ability to do it. Stick with some of these big ISPs and eventually,things will get better.
- Will I be able to use 1 account on two or more devices?
No, this is prohibited. Once you have an account, it will only be tied to one device. In case you have additional devices that you’d like to use, you will have to purchase an account for each of these devices. If you use one account on more than one device, you risk getting banned completely from IPTV.
- What is your channel list agreement?
It is important to understand that the word channel in this context is used as a reference only. It does not indicate the formal meaning of the word. The channel list available for you will keep updating and changing based on the feedback you give us as well as additional server stability requirements. You will notice that we may add or remove some channels. All this is based on the demand in the market and of course stability. If it appears as if some channels are not as stable as they should, they will be removed. As for channels that are not popular with the market, they too will be removed.
- Why am I not able to access my account?
There could be a number of reasons. Start by first of all checking to see whether you have a connection. Proceed and restart your router for further diagnostics. You can also restart your device if this doesn’t work. In case your internet is working just fine, you may have to check and see if the account you have is being used by more than one device. Using your account on more than one device is not allowed and will lead to a ban.