The affected devices are the Samsung, Sony and Toshiba that were launched between 2009 and 2011

By writing MiamiDiario

Netflix, an online audio-visual content distribution service company, reported that as of next month on some televisions they will not be able to access the application.

As of December 1, those devices that were launched between 2009 and 2011 of the Sony, Samsung and Toshiba brands, will no longer serve to watch Netflix. The reason is due to technical aspects that will not allow these devices to be compatible.

In the announcement, the company indicated that the affected Samsung will be those of 2010 and 2011 that have a Co D after the screen size in the code.

Regarding Sony, the site offers a detail of all the models that will be affected, while Toshiba has fewer models so listed a smaller list of devices that they will no longer be able to run the application: BDK21KU; BDX2150KU; BDX2200KU; BDX2250KU; BDX2500KU; BDX2700KU; BDX3000KU; BDX4150KU; BDX4200KU; BDX5200KU

The message that will come out to the owners of these equipment from December will be the following: «Due to technical limitations, Netflix will no longer be available on this device after December 1, 2019 ″.

Do not change TV

The good news is that it is not necessary to change the device, the owners will have to buy a computer to play the application On TV; that is, the service can be accessed if you have a Play Station, Xbox, Fire Stick, Chromecast or a Roku (streaming player and smart TV). You can also see if the TV has the mirror screen function to connect via bluetooth with the cell phone.

With information from: InfoBae

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