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How To Install and Setup IPTV On Android Box



IPTV On Android Box

IPTV is an Internet Protocol Television that helps us to see live TV channels or movies over the internet. To stream IPTV content on your device, you need an IPTV Player and the login credentials from an IPTV provider. There are plenty of IPTV providers available online. Make sure to choose the right IPTV provider which provides more content at a less price. IPTV is compatible with several devices including smartphones, PC, Tablets, Roku, Smart TVs, and more. If you are using an Android Box, you can easily install an IPTV player from the in-built Play Store. There are plenty of IPTV players available in the Google Play Store. Some of the best IPTV players in the Play Store are GSE Smart IPTV, IPTV Smarters, Smart IPTV, and more. In this article, let’s look at the steps to install IPTV on Android Box.

IPTV On Android Box

How to Install IPTV On Android Box

Nowadays, most Android boxes are equipped with a pre-installed Google Play Store. If you have a play store in your Android box, then follow the below steps to install an IPTV player.

1. Connect the Android Box to your TV and set it up.

2. Launch the Google Play Store on your Android TV.

Open Play Store

3. Type and Search for the GSE Smart IPTV player. You can also install any IPTV player of your choice.

Click the Search icon

4. Tap the Install button on the GSE Smart IPTV info page.

Install GSE Smart IPTV

5. After installing the application, move to the Apps section and launch the GSE Smart IPTV app.

Alternative Way: Install IPTV on Android Box

You can also use the below method to install any IPTV apps on Android TV.

1. Turn On your Android Box-connected TV and connect it to an internet connection.

2. To install third-party apps on Android TV, you need to enable Unknown Sources. To do it,

Go to Settings >> Click Security & Restrictions >> Turn ON Unknown Sources.

Enable Unknown Sources to install IPTV on Android Box

3. On your PC, download the apk file of GSE Smart IPTV or any IPTV player.

4. Connect a USB drive to your PC and transfer the apk file to the USB drive.

5. After transferring the file, eject the USB drive and insert it into the HDMI port of your Android TV.

Insert the USB Drive into the HDMI port of Smart TV

6. Open the USB drive section on your Android TV and tap the apk file to install it.

7. Wait for the app to install on your Android TV.

8. Once installed, enter the login credentials of your IPTV provider and watch your favorite movies and TV shows on GSE Smart IPTV Player.

How to Setup IPTV on Android TV

Before following the steps given below, make sure to get a subscription from an IPTV provider.

1. Launch the GSE Smart IPTV player on your Android TV.

2. Tap the option Agree, after reading the EULA Agreement form.

Tap Agree

3. Once you’re in, tap the Hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) located on the top left.

4. Locate and select the option Remote Playlists.

Click Remote Playlists

5. Tap the Plus icon and select Add M3U URL on the pop-up menu.

Select Add M3U URL

6. Enter the Playlists name and M3U link of your IPTV provider on the path field.

Enter the IPTV credentials to stream IPTV on Android Box

7. Now, you will see all the content of your IPTV provider on the screen.

8. Play any movie and enjoy streaming it on your Android box-connected TV.

These are the ways to get IPTV on Android Box. Google Play Store is filled with tons of IPTV players. You can install any IPTV player of your choice. While streaming IPTV on your Android TV, make sure to install and configure a VPN. As most IPTV services are illegal, there is a possibility that your data might be hacked. So, use VPN to protect your data from online hackers and trackers.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How to get IPTV on Android Box?

You can directly download the IPTV apps from the Play Store on Android Box.

2. Is IPTV safe to use?

No. Nowadays most IPTV services stream copyrighted content illegally. So, if you intend to use IPTV, ensure to set up a VPN on your device for a safer streaming experience.