WannaFlix VPN

  • Windows
  • Mac OS
  • iOS
  • Android

Windows Setup
Windows 2.0 (NEW VERSION, USE THIS ONE)
We've made a tutorial video on youtube that may be more clear for you:

https://youtu.be/iqK0XR7w79A


Step 1: Download the App

Login to your account dashboard on the site.

Click on Downloads on the left-hand menu.

Click on Windows 2.0.

Step 2: Install the app

Find the app you just downloaded (either on the bottom right or left of your screen or in your downloads folder). Click on it to run it.

A box will appear. Click next, I agree, Install.

When it’s done installing, click next, and then finish.

Step 3: Authenticate yourself and pull the server list from the website

Go back to your dashboard on the website.

Click on Client Area from the left-hand menu.

Under “Your Active Products/Services”, click on your active subscription.

Click on the red Subscribe Link button in the “Plugin” box.

Copy your subscribe link.

Go back to the Windows 2.0 app you just installed. See the cogs icon? Click on it, and go to SSR subscriptions > SSR Subscriptions Management

Paste the subscribe link you copied into the URL bar and click Add.

Then close the SSR Subscriptions Management box. The app will then attempt to authenticate you. If everything is fine, it will add in your servers to the app.

Step 4: Connect

Select your preferred server from the dropdown menu and click Connect.

NOTE: You can always find the app on the task bar or the tray on the bottom of the screen.

 


Windows 1.0 (OLD VERSION, MORE STABLE BUT LESS FEATURES AND HARDER TO USE)
Video tutorial: https://youtu.be/tnygZoFZOA4

PART 1: Download the app
Step 1: Login to your account
Step 2: Go to the "downloads" section on the left-hand menu
Step 3: Go to App downloads and download the Windows zip file

PART 2: Unzip the file and open the app
Step 1: Find the downloaded zip file
Step 2: Copy the file to another location where you can find it easily
Step 3: Unzip the file (right-click > extract all)
Step 4: Open the unzipped folder and double-click on the "ShadowsocksR-dotnet4.0" file (if you do not have the .NET 4.0 framework, then open the "ShadowsocksR-dotnet2.0" one, or Download NET framework)
Step 5: If you get any popups or if your antivirus says anything, select yes / allow access / create exception, according to the situation to allow the app to run
Step 6: Close the program window
Step 7: Disable the VPN as no servers have been added yet (IMPORTANT). In the bottom right of your screen (also called the tray), you’ll see a paper airplane icon. If you can’t find it, click on the up arrow to show more icons. Right-click it to show the menu (don’t left-click; it will open the server configurations page). Go to Mode -> Disable system proxy

PART 3: Setup the servers
Step 1: Login to your account on our website and go to the server list (under “services”)
Step 2: Next to each server, you will have two buttons. Select the SSR QR one. A QR code will appear.
Step 3: In the bottom right of your screen (also called the tray), you’ll see a paper airplane icon. If you can’t find it, click on the up arrow to show more icons
Step 4: Right-click it to show the menu (don’t left-click; it will open the server configurations page)
Step 5: Go to servers > scan QR code from screen
Step 6: Do the same for all the servers you want to add
Step 7: Disable “Load balance” in the main app menu

PART 4: Connecting to the servers
Step 1: Right-click on the paper airplane icon in the tray on the bottom right corner of your screen
Step 2: Click mode > Global
Step 3: To choose a server, right-click on the paper airplane icon and you'll find the server list under the "Servers" -> Wannaflix tab
Step 4: Disable load balance (right-click on the icon, and disable the option)

IMPORTANT:

Each time you connect to the VPN or change server, make sure to reset the Netflix app/restart your browser so it recognizes the new IP address.

It is best to create a new profile for each region you are trying to access. Otherwise, Netflix may not change the region despite your having a different IP address.

Tips:

To create a desktop icon, right-click on the "ShadowsocksR-dotnet4.0" file and go to send to > desktop 

MacOS Setup
PART 1: Download the app
Step 1: Login to your account
Step 2: Go to the "downloads" section on the left-hand menu
Step 3: Go to App downloads and download the MacOS 1.0 file

PART 2: Install the app
If you get an error that says the app can't be opened because it's from an unidentified developer, follow these steps.

Step 1 - Hold down the Control key on your keyboard while you click the application icon and then choose Open while still holding the Control key.
Step 2 - Choose Open

After you open the app, you will see an icon near the top of the screen that looks like a small paper airplane.

PART 3: Setup the app

Step 1 - Go back to your dashboard on the website. Click on Client Area from the left-hand menu.

Step 2 - Under “Your Active Products/Services”, click on your active subscription.

Step 3 - Click on the red Subscribe Link button in the “Plugin” box.

Step 4 - Copy your subscribe link.

Step 5 - Click on the shadowsocks icon and go to server ---> Edit subscribe feed

Step 6 - Paste the subscribe link you copied into the "subscribe feed" box and click save

Step 7 - Click on the shadowsocks icon and go to server ---> Update Subscribe on App start, then click on server ---> Manual update subscribe to get the server list.

Step 8: Once you have added the servers that you want to use, choose one of them and then enable the option "Turn Shadowsocks On". Change the mode to Global Mode as shown below.

If you want to disconnect from the proxy, then choose "Turn Shadowsocks Off."

IMPORTANT:

  • Each time you connect to the VPN or change server, make sure to reset the Netflix app/restart your browser so it recognizes the new IP address.
  • It is best to create a new profile for each region you are trying to access. Otherwise, Netflix may not change the region despite your having a different IP address.

iOS Setup

PART 1: Download the app
Step 1: Go to the app store and search for "SsrConnectPro" (or click here to be redirected automatically)


Step 2: Download the app
Step 3: Find the app and open it

PART 2: Setup the servers

OPTION 1: IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER DEVICE (Computer/tablet)

Step 1: On another device (maybe your computer or phone), login to your account and go to the server list (under "services")
Step 2: Next to each server, you will have two buttons. Select the "General" one. A QR code will appear.
Step 3: In your SsrConnectPro app, click on the button on the top-left (looks like a scan icon) and scan the QR code from the screen


Step 4: Do the same for all the servers you want to add

OPTION 2: IF YOU ONLY HAVE YOUR iOS DEVICE WITH YOU

Step 1: login to your account and go to the server list (under "services")
Step 2: Next to each server, you will have two buttons. Select the "General" one. A QR code will appear.
Step 3: Long-press the QR code and select Open in "SsrConnectPro"
Step 4: Do the same for all the servers you want to add

PART 3: Connecting to the VPN
Step 1: Click on the server under "CURRENT ONLINE" and choose the server you want to connect to


Step 2: Click on "Connect". It will ask you to add a new VPN Configuration. Click "Allow" and input your device password/touch ID

IMPORTANT: 

  • Each time you connect to the VPN or change server, make sure to reset the Netflix app so it recognizes the new IP address.
  • It is best to create a new profile for each region you are trying to access. Otherwise, Netflix may not change the region despite your having a different IP address.

 How to remove a server

Go to the server list, click on the edit button (looks like a pen-and-tablet), and click on "Delete Configuration"

Android Setup

We've made a tutorial video on youtube that may be more clear for you:



https://youtu.be/zo19-7Locak

PART 1: Download the app
Step 1: Login to your account
Step 2: Go to the "downloads" section on the left-hand menu
Step 3: Go to App downloads and download the Android apk file

PART 2: Install the app
Step 1: Find the apk (likely in your downloads) and click on it to launch the installation. Make sure to click allow on any popup that may appear

PART 3: Setup the servers
Step 1: On another device (maybe your computer or phone), login to your account and go to the server list (under "services")
Step 2: Next to each server, you will have two buttons. Select the SSR QR one. A QR code will appear.
Step 3: Open the SSR app that you just installed on your android device.
Step 4: Click on "ShadowsocksR" on the top bar and then click on the "+" button on the botton right
Step 5: Select the "Scan QR Code" button and scan the QR code from the screen
Step 6: Do the same for all the servers you want to add

PART 4: Connecting to the VPN
Step 1: Choose the server you want to connect to
Step 2: Click on the paper-airplane icon on the top bar to connect to the server. Allow any popup that may appear.
Step 3: Scroll down and enable "UDP Forwarding"

IMPORTANT: 

  • Each time you connect to the VPN or change server, make sure to reset the Netflix app so it recognizes the new IP address.
  • It is best to create a new profile for each region you are trying to access. Otherwise, Netflix may not change the region despite your having a different IP address.

How to Delete a Server
To remove a server profile, press and hold your finger over the profile name and then swipe to the left or right.

SmartDNS

IMPORTANT: Using the VPN will automatically disable your local SmartDNS settings. Please choose either the one or the other.
Computers
  • Windows 10
  • Windows 7
  • Mac OS

Windows 10

Before you start

Please make sure you have signed up for the Premium Plus subscription which includes a SmartDNS. You can upgrade at any time by sending us a support ticket (under support > open ticket).

Step 1: Open the Network and Sharing Center

Type “network” in the search bar and click on check network status. Then, under “change your network settings”, click on change adapter options.
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Step 2: Access the DNS settings

Right click on your current internet connection (either wifi or ethernet) and select properties. Then, select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and click on properties.
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Step 3: Change your DNS settings and save

Select the “use the following DNS server addresses” and paste these IPs:

Preferred DNS server: 165.227.243.239

Alternate DNS server: 165.227.254.128

Then click OK and close.
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Windows 7

Before you start

Please make sure you have signed up for the Premium Plus subscription which includes a SmartDNS. You can upgrade at any time by sending us a support ticket (under support > open ticket).

Step 1: Open the Network and Sharing Center

Open the Start Menu and type "network" in the search box. Find and click the "Network and Sharing Center" link under the "Control Panel" heading.

Windows 7 Open the Network and Sharing Center

Step 2: Open the Internet Connection Settings

Locate your "Internet" connection and click the link that says "Wireless Network Connection" or "Wired Network Connection".

Windows 7 Open the Internet Connection Settings

Step 3: Open the Connection Properties

Click the "Properties" button.

Windows 7 Open the Internet Connection Properties

Step 4: Open the TCP/IPv4 Properties

Locate the item in the list that reads "Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)" and ensure that it is disabled (not checked).

Locate and select the item in the list that reads "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)", then click the "Properties" button.

Windows 7 Open the TCP/IPv4 Properties

Step 5: Update the DNS Servers

 Click the radio button that says "Use the following DNS server addresses", then enter the following 2 DNS servers: 

165.227.243.239
165.227.254.128

Then click OK.

Update the DNS Servers

Mac OS X

Before you start

Please make sure you have signed up for the Premium Plus subscription which includes a SmartDNS. You can upgrade at any time by sending us a support ticket (under support > open ticket).

Step 1: Open the Network Settings

From the Apple menu, select "System Preferences", the window shown below should appear. Then click on the "Network" icon.

Mac Open Network Preferences

Step 2: Select the Network Connection

Select your Network Connection. Choose "Wi-Fi" if you use wireless or "Ethernet" if you use a cable. Your current connection will have a green dot shown next to it. Click the "Advanced" button.

Mac Select the Network Connection

Step 3: Add the DNS Servers

Select the DNS tab and click the "+" button then enter the following 2 DNS servers:

165.227.243.239
165.227.254.128

 Use the "-" to remove the existing entries. Click "OK" when complete.

Mac Add DNS Servers

 

Phones & Tablets
  • iOS 11
  • iOS 7-10
  • Android
  1. Open Settings
  2. Click on Wifi
  3. Click on the network you're currently connected to
  4. Select 'Configure DNS'
  5. Select 'Manual'
  6. Remove any DNS servers that may exist
  7. Click on Add server and enter 165.227.243.239
  8. Repeat the previous step but this time enter 165.227.254.128

1. First open Settings
2. Select Wi-Fi 

3. Press the blue arrow located on the right of the router you are connected to. 

4. Under DNS input 165.227.243.239, 165.227.254.128
5. Press Wi-Fi to go back
6. Restart your iPhone

How to Setup Android

Important

There are a lot of implementations of Android in the market. That is why each device might have a different way of changing DNS settings. Below are guides for standard setup on Android 2.x and Android 4.x

Changing DNS on Android 2.x

1. Find Settings

2. Select Wireless and Networks

3. Then choose Wi-Fi Settings

4. In the Menu go to Advanced

5. Select Use static IP

6. Copy or write down your current IP address, which you can see directly above the IP address field

7. Set your Gateway to the IP of your router. Normally the router address is the same of your current IP but with a 1 at the end. As an example if your IP is 10.0.1.3 then your router is 10.0.1.1

8. Set the Netmask to 255.255.255.0

9. Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 165.227.243.239 & Secondary Server 165.227.254.128

10. Go to Menu > Save

11. Restart your device

 

Changing DNS on Android 4.x

1. Find Settings

2. Choose Wi-Fi by actually pressing Wi-F

3. Press and hold your network and a window will open up

4. Choose Modify Network

5. Check the Show advanced options checkbox at the bottom of the screen

6. Set IP settings to Static

7. Simply keep your IP address, Gateway and Network prefix length the same

8. Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 165.227.243.239 & Secondary Server 165.227.254.128

9. Press Save

10. Restart your device

 

Changing DNS on Android 5.x

1. Find Settings.

2. Select Wi-Fi settings.

3. Tap and hold the network you want to connect to until a box appears.

4. Select Modify Network.

5. Tap the checkbox next to Show Advanced Options.

6. Manually enter your IP address, Gateway, Subnet/Network Prefix Length, using the same values you see in gray. Otherwise, you will not be able to save your settings.

7. Input the Unlocator DNS servers: 165.227.243.239 & Secondary Server 165.227.254.128

8. Tap Save.

9. Restart your device

Smart TVs & Consoles
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Apple TV
  • LG TV
  • PS3
  • XBOX 360
  • XBOX ONE
  • Routers

How to set up Amazon Fire TV

Update: With the recent Amazon Fire TV OS update (to Version 5.0.5), Fire TV devices (boxes and sticks) will ignore IPv4 DNS settings in favor of IPv6 if available. Given that IPv6 beaks our service, if you see an IPv6 address for DNS in your device's network settings, then you'll need to disable IPv6 on your router in order to allow your Fire TV to use our DNS.

First you need to find the IP of your router. Please use the appropriate method below and note down the IP of your router.

Find Router IP on Windows

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Open up the program command prompt
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Type “ipconfig” without the quotes and press enter
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The IP address from default gateway is most likely the IP address of your router

Find Router IP on OS X

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Open System Preferences
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Go to Network
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Click Advanced
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Go to TCP/IP – here you will see the routers IP

Change the DNS on the Amazon Fire TV (Wireless)

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Go to settings
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Select Systems
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Select WI-FI
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Select your WI-FI network and forget WI-FI network by Pressing the button with 3 lines on it.
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Press the select button.
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Select your WI-FI network.
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Enter your WI-FI password and Click on advanced 
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Enter the first three groups of numbers exactly the same as the IP address of your router. As an example, if your router IP is 192.168.0.1, then use the IP address 192.168.0.7 or something to that nature. The important part is to change the last digit so you get an IP from the same IP range as the router. 
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For the Default gateway enter the IP of your router
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Input 24 for the Network Prefix Length and Click Next 
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Enter 165.227.243.239 for DNS 1
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Enter 165.227.254.128 for DNS 2

Change the DNS on the Amazon Fire TV (Wired)

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Go to Settings
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Select System
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Select Network (wired)
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Select Configure Network
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Enter a valid IP from your home network. Find the IP of your router in the guides above.
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Set prefix length to 24. Press Next.
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Set gateway to the router IP (You can find the correct gateway by following the guides above). Press Next.
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Set DNS 1 to 165.227.243.239  Press Next.
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Set DNS 2 to 165.227.254.128  Press Next.

Other Things You Need

  • Make sure you have a 1-click US address in your Amazon Account. 
  • Also on Amazon.com go to Your Account > Manage Your Content and Devices > Country Settings and set country to United States

Apple TV 1, 2 & 3

1. Open up the Apple TV and go to the Settings > General > Network

2. Then go ahead and select Wi-Fi for wireless network or Ethernet if you are using a wired connection. If you have not already setup a Wi-Fi connection you will have to choose your network and input your password for the Wi-Fi again if needed.

3. Select Configure DNS and select Manual

4. Enter following number and click Done: 165.227.243.239

5. On the Network screen please verify that the DNS numbers you have just entered are present.

6. To make sure the US Apps are present on your Apple TV please go to the Settings > General > iTunes Store > Location

7. Select United States

8. Go to settings and select Sleep now

9. Go ahead and Unplug the Apple TV power cord

10. Wait ten seconds

11. Plug the cable back in on your Apple TV

Apple TV 4+

1. On your Apple TV Menu choose the "Settings" option

2. Select network

3. Click on the Wi-Fi button at the top

4. Choose your Network

5. This will take you to your Wi-Fi configuration where you will see configure DNS option at the bottom of the page

6. Confirm that you want to set DNS manually

7. Select configure DNS option and select Manual then enter the following DNS Number: 165.227.243.239

8. Go to settings and select sleep now

9. Go ahead and Unplug the Apple TV power cord

10. Wait ten seconds

11. Plug the cable back in on your Apple TV

How to Setup LG TV and Players

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Press Settings
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Go to Network
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Select Network Connection
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Select Start Connection
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Select Other Network List
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Choose Set Expert
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Choose Wired or Wireless depending on how you connect
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Under DNS Mode select Manual Input
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Set DNS to 165.227.243.239
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Press OK
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Wait for the Check to complete and press Complete
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Restart 

For newer LG Smart TV models, use the following setup guide:

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On the main screen, go to Settings.
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Go into “Network Connection”.
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Click “Start Connection” and wait for the Network to connect.
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Once your network is connected, click on “Other Network List”.
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Click “Set Expert”.
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Choose “Wireless”.
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Click on “AP List”.
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Enter your Wifi password.
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You should now be seeing a screen called “Connection Settings”.
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Change 'DNS Mode' to manual and then enter 165.227.243.239

PS3

Netflix (and other streaming apps) are only available on the US PSN store, and so to get access to those you will need to create a US PSN account. Once created and once the apps are downloaded and installed, they will appear within your primary PSN account, so the US PSN account is just a temporary one so the apps can be downloaded.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Netflix has upgraded its geo-blocking recently and may not work with our SmartDNS on PS4 devices. We are currently looking into a solution.

Before you start

Please make sure you have signed up for the Premium Plus subscription which includes a SmartDNS. You can upgrade at any time by sending us a support ticket (under support > open ticket).

  1. First select Settings > Network Settings
  2. Then select Internet Connection Settings
  3. Click Yes when you receive a warning that you will be disconnected from the Internet
  4. Then select Custom and leave all settings as they are until you come to DNS settings
  5. Select Manual and input Primary DNS 165.227.243.239 & Secondary DNS 165.227.254.128
  6. Then keep pressing the right button until you are offered to check connection. Go ahead and do the check and then save settings
  7. Go on to restart the PS3



IMPORTANT: In order to install US apps on your PS3 you need a US PSN account.

  • Step 1: Create a New User

Start by creating a new user on the PS3. You can choose whatever name you want, it doesn't have to match your PSN name. After you create the user, click on the newly created user icon and log in as the new user.

  • Step 2: Create a New PSN Account

Next, make your way to the PlayStation Network section, and select the Sign Up link. In the screen that opens, choose to create a new account.

In the next screen, make sure you select United States as your country, the other entries can be filled in any way you like.

Next, enter you email address and a suitable password.

Next, enter an online ID - this doesn't have to be the same as your PS3 account username.

Next, fill in a US address. You can create a fake one and use a valid ZIP code, however, it's advisable to use a real US address. Look up the address of a hotel or shopping center.

Continue on through the steps until your new PSN account is created.

  • Step 3: Download and Install the Streaming Apps

Next, make your way to the PSN Store and browse for apps. The Netflix and Hulu Plus apps should be there.

Once downloaded and installed to your PS3, the video apps will show up under the "TV/Video Services" section, and it will be available in all of your PS3 accounts. So you can go back to your primary PSN account and the installed apps will all be there.

1. First go to Mybox and select System Settings

2. Then select Network Settings

3. Select your wireless network or simply Wired Network

4. Then select Configure Network

5. Choose Basic Settings and select DNS settings

6. Select Manual

7. Then Select Primary DNS Server and set it to 165.227.243.239

8. Then Select Secondary DNS Server and set it to 165.227.254.128

9. Select Done and press B on the controller - then Xbox LIVE Connection

10. Restart your Xbox

1. Go to the Dashboard

2. Press options button the controller

3. Go to Network

4. Go to Advanced Settings

5. Go to DNS settings

6. Select Manual

7. Enter Primary DNS 165.227.243.239 and press enter

8. Enter Secondary IP 165.227.254.128 and press enter

9. Press B for save

10. Restart the Xbox One

Important

If you are unable to configure your router then simply configure your device instead. The result is the same.

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Connect to the router via your browser. Common addresses are http://10.0.1.1http://192.168.0.1http://192.168.1.1,  http://192.168.2 .1
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Log in to the router. Common user names are: adminrootdefault and common passwords are admin,1234defaultpassword
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Find network settings and change DNS to  165.227.243.239 and 165.227.254.128
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Apply the changes by saving settings.
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Restart devices connected to the router.