Many people out there find it difficult to upload m3u IPTV playlist subscription on their Samsung and LG Smart TV. Samsung was initially announced that they’d removed the Smart TV app from Samsung Store. In this post, I will guide you on how to buy and upload M3U IPTV subscription on Samsung and LG Smart TV.
Notice! Suppose you have an application installed applying USB method stopped at “Loading” when opening VODs (movies) on your TV. In that case, You need to re-download and re-install the USB app from the application website again or preferably uncheck the “Save online” checkbox when uploading your m3u playlist.
- Stable Network Connection
- A Samsung or LG Smart TV
- An active m3u IPTV subscription playlist
- Your computer browser or mobile browser
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How To Upload M3U Playlist IPTV Subscription On Samsung And LG Smart TV:
Launch the ‘Smart IPTV’ app.
Make a note of the ‘MAC Address’ which is displayed on the screen.
Go to http://siptv.eu/mylist/ from any web browser.
Go to the section ‘Add external playlist links (URLs)’ and enter your ‘Mac’ address and the unique dynamic IPTV Subscription URL (which we provided you before your purchase) into the ‘Link’ field.
Ensure the ‘Countries’ drop-down selection on ‘Various’. Check in the ‘Keep online’ and “Detect EPG” checkbox.
Checkbox Captcha and click on the object and verify. Then click on the ‘Send’ button.
Restart the ‘Smart IPTV’ app or TV.
That’s all. To view channel in groups or categories, then you need to press the blue button on your remote control to get all the contents. If you still encounter problems while uploading IPTV m3u playlist on your Samsung and LG Smart TV. You can refer to this developer page for troubleshooting.
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