Downloaded and installed fine on the G-tabrunning vegan-tab 5.1, but then popups keep saying it doesn't support this device every time I actually try to play something. Crap, the hardware should easily be able to run streaming hd video. Hope one of the XDA developers can fix this...
All indications are this won't run on Froyo. Anybody running a GB ROM getting Netflix working yet?
It runs and streams content just fine on my stock Incredible running 2.2. And I have the app running on my gTab which is on Vegan 5.1.1, I just can't stream anything. I think its just a matter of Netflix only allowing a certain devices to access their servers and our tablet is not on the list (which is only 5 devices long at the moment).
Did as outlined and it does "think" it is OK until it trys to play the dumps back to queue!
Thanks for the idea.
No problem. I literally just a few minutes ago got the market working properly on my tablet by modifying the build.prop and I really don't want to mess with that file anymore unless I have to. I want to keep my market working.
But thanks for trying that. I figured it was worth a shot. Someone hopefully will eventually find a work around.
Fortunately, my Nexus One is supported. Works fantastic on that. A buddy has the newest MyTouch, won't let him even install it to that. However, both of our Vegan 5.1.1 Gtabs let us install, no go on playing, gives the popup.
Of course, it works on my 3.7" display device, but not on my 10" display... BOO!
My G-Tablet is running CM 7.0.3 with Pershoot's 126.96.36.199 CM7 Kernel
I sideloaded the Netflix App then moved it to the SD card.
I am running the 10.3 update of Adobe Flash Player (not sure if this is relevant)
I modified 2 lines in my /system/build.prop file as follows
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