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Jun 07, 2016 · To remedy this, you have to re-install the Netflix app, so start by selecting the Settings app on the main screen on your Apple TV 4. Select “General”. Scroll down and click on “Manage Storage”. Scroll down if you need to and find “Netflix”. Click on the garbage can next to it. If you start Netflix on your Apple TV and it says “Netflix is Currently Unavailable”, here are a few things to get it fixed: 1. Visit Netflix on your PC Try to log into Netflix from your PC using the same internet connection as your Apple TV. On Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation) you will find the Network option directly in the Settings menu. On Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation) you will have to go into Settings then General to find the Network option. Below are the steps for the latter: On your Apple TV go to Settings. Can't sign in on a particular device. If you are unable to sign into Netflix on one particular device, it typically points to an earlier, partially completed sign up attempt, or to some information from an inactive account that is saved on your device. Mar 19, 2019 · From the main Apple TV menu, select Netflix. Select Already A Member? Sign in. Note: If you are not yet a member, set up your membership at Netflix.com on a web or mobile browser. Enter your Netflix email and password. Your device is now connected to your Netflix account. Enjoy! Apple TV 4 or Apple TV 4K Select Settings. Select General. Select Reset. Select Reset All Settings. Confirm that you would like to Reset All Settings. Your Apple TV will reset itself and guide you through the initial setup process. Once you've completed setup, sign in to the Netflix app and try streaming again.
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Apr 08, 2019 · Netflix told The Verge in a statement that because of this new development, it can’t identify if a user is beaming to an Apple TV, or to a smart TV (and that’s a problem for some reason):