If you are using Google Chrome to watch a show on Netflix and receive error that says “Whoops,. something went wrong… Missing Component. Error code M7357-1003“, give these steps a try to fix the issue.
One of my favorite features is the ability to enable Netflix to auto-play the next episode when a a TV show episode finishes. It’s great for people who have unlimited Internet access, but if you have a bandwidth limit, or fall asleep to watching Netflix shows, you may not want episodes playing all night. Here’s how to turn off the auto play next episode feature.
Watching Netflix Instant can quickly use up your monthly Internet bandwidth allocation. Fortunately, Netflix provides customers the ability to adjust the video quality so that you don’t exceed your limit. We cover the steps here in this tutorial.
If your Amazon Fire TV is laggy or freezing, it may be time to perform a reset. A reset will clear all memory and usually solves any problems you are experiencing with the device. You can reset the Fire TV Stick, Toshiba, Insignia, and box models using these steps.
You won’t find the Kodi app in the Amazon Fire TV appstore. You’ll have to use a sideloading method to add it. Here are the easiest steps to install Kodi on Fire TV stick, box, and other models.
If you ever want to cast the screen of your Android device to your TV, you can do it via the Roku TV, Ultra, Premier, 4, 3, or Streaming Stick using these steps.
I have one Roku box, and family members in different rooms who like to enjoy the same movie at the same time. How can I use one Roku box with different screens? Here are a couple of solutions you can use in your home or office.
While kicking back and trying to enjoy some tube, I was prompted with this message on my Fire TV that said “We can’t detect your remote”. Unfortunately, my genuine Amazon remote was lost and I was using a universal remote with my Fire TV. Nothing I on my remote tried would let me bypass this message. How, oh how do I bypass this message?