Smart IPTV on Android TV and Amazon Fire TV devices

Installing the app on Android TV devices

Google has suspended the app from the Google Play Store.

You can install the application on your Android TV device by entering in the Downloader app, by putting in your device's browser's URL field, or by downloading and copying SmartIPTV.apk to your device and running it using any available File Explorer.

You can update the App using Settings -> Application Update or by manually installing the new version on top of old.

MAC address on Android version 10+ devices

Make sure you select Use Device Mac instead of Use Randomized MAC in your device's WiFi network settings (if you are using WiFi connection) Privacy section to avoid getting new MAC address each time you reconnect/restart the device.

Go to Settings -> Network & Internet -> Select Network -> Privacy -> Use Device MAC

Installing the app on Fire TV or incompatible devices

The application is no longer available in the Amazon Apps store. You can install the application on your Fire TV device by entering in the Downloader app or your device's browser's URL field. You can also follow this guide to sideload applications on Amazon Fire TV devices.

If your device is limiting Downloader app installations, try to follow 8 Ways to Fix Downloader Not Working on Amazon Fire TV Stick for a possible solution.

If you still have difficulties installing and using the app, please follow the FirestickTricks in-depth tutorial.

Check this video guide on how to move the application icon to the Home screen if it is hidden.

If you installed the app from Amazon Apps store before, try installing the app from Purchased items of your Amazon account first, then manually update it with the latest version.

You can update the App using Settings -> Application Update or by manually installing the new version on top.

Media playback

Please check Media formats and codecs, supported by Android platform. If your stream doesn't work in the app directly, it means it is not supported by native Android codecs, so you will have to use external app (check remote control commands below), which does. You can also use Audio Decoder Fix in App's settings to fix various issues with audio playback on uncertified Android devices.

Important 1! You need to install one of the media players available in Google Play to play videos in your playlist. Some examples are VLC, MX Player etc. You can also use it as an external player for your streams.

Important 2! The Android version of the application is still in very early development stage, so it still doesn't have all the feature present in the app on other TV platforms. All these features will be added gradually over time.

Loading your own playlist

The application does not include any channels, it is only a tool to watch your IPTV streams.
You can load your own IPTV playlist by following these instructions in the playlist upload section.

Remote Control functions

General remote functions:
NVIDIA Shield Game Controller:

Setting User-agent property

You can try using User-agent property in your playlist if your provider requires it. See examples below.

#EXTINF:0 user-agent="Star Wars",My Channel

#EXTINF:0,My Channel
http://channel.URL|User-agent=Star Wars
epgCode,Channel Name,http://channel.URL|User-agent=Star Wars
epgCode,Channel Name,http://channel.URL|user-agent:Star Wars
#EXTINF:0 user-agent="Star Wars",Brodilo TV

#EXTINF:0,Brodilo TV|User-agent=Star Wars
brodilo,Brodilo TV,|User-agent=Star Wars
brodilo,Brodilo TV,|user-agent:Star Wars


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