Thu, Jul 19, 2018

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IPTV on Android

ALL YOU NEED TO WATCH IPTV ON ANDROID DEVICE
First of all you will need to install VPLAYER or MX Player from Google Play



It will allow you to watch single IPTV streams on the Android mobile devices - it could mobile phone or tablet. Both players are similar to VLC media player...
All you have to do now it's to install IPTV app.
There are many IPTV apps to choose from... Here is our favourite:

After installing it, load M3U playlist and choose Channel to watch from loaded list. On the request - what media player to use - choose VPlayer, which allow to choose audio track for the playback.
I'll provide an example playlist, just insert or type that link (URL) in the setting of that app and ENJOY!!!

Description
Watch IPTV from your Internet service provider or free live TV channels from any other source in the web.
If you are using VLC to watch TV on your PC then this app is for you.
Features:
* m3u playlists support
* multicast streams support with UDP proxy (proxy need to be installed somewhere in your LAN)
Setup instructions:
* First you'll need to input channels list (m3u playlist), you can get it from your ISP or find free channels list in the web.
* If app asks to setup UDP proxy, please do it, see instructions below.
Installing UDP proxy for multicast streams:
* for Windows: download and install UDP-to-HTTP proxy from http://borpas.info/download/UdpProxy.exe or check the corresponding option while installing IP-TV Player http://borpas.info/iptvplayer
* for Linux: install udpxy (http://udpxy.com/index-en.html, http://sourceforge.net/projects/udpxy/)
* the best solution would be installing udpxy on your WLAN router, this can be done for DD-WRT (http://www.dd-wrt.com) and OpenWrt (https://openwrt.org) firmware
* some WLAN routers have built-in udpxy in manufacturer's firmware
Sometimes m3u files on Android could be deleted by the system. This happens because Android scans sd-card, reads m3u playlists and fixes them by deleting the links to files which could not be found on your sd-card. Since you have URLs instead of files in your playlist, Android thinks that playlist is empty and deletes it. To avoid this just create some folder, place there empty ".nomedia" file and your m3u playlist. After that Android will exclude that folder from scanning and won't touch the playlist. Alternatively, you can place your playlist to some web server (Dropbox public link is one of the options) and specify its URL in the app.