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Old May 12th, 2011, 02:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Official Netflix in Market for Evo 4g 2.x

Finally released for us today!

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.netflix.mediaclient

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yeah and it works pretty good. Had a long buffer time over 3g but it streams well. Awesome over Wifi and 4g.
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The picture is AMAZING over 4G. It was a long wait, but I'm glad it's here!

I had pretty much given up on ever getting it, since the last I'd read about it indicated that it was coming, but only on new phones with some new DRM built in to the chip. I didn't think the Evo was getting it.
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Sucks for all custom Rom and CM7 users though If I still have netflix, this would definitely been exciting news.
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According to my friend that has a rooted Evo with CM7, it works fine.
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According to my friend what has a rooted Evo with CM7, it works fine.
wow really, i saw some comments on the market saying CM7 Evo is having issues. Maybe those are in only isolated instance. Netflix for CM7, good to know.
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Running Great!!! Can't complain about the performance

...However, the netflix app sucks. I highly doubt there's any way that it could be a worse than this steaming bowl of crap that they served up to the android market.


Edit: On the bright side, I guess we can chalk this up as yet ANOTHER first for the Evo!
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works great!
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I just downloaded the app on my evo and well worth the wait. I have not had any problems running the app. Anyone have issues?
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Can anyone report whether or not this app supports closed captions for the hearing impaired? I don't want to restart my Netflix membership only to find it doesn't have closed captions and I can't refund the monthly rental fee.

I'm hearing impaired and can't watch movies without closed captions. Can someone test this? Subtitles would be good but both subtitles and closed captions would encourage me to re-join Netflix.
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LOL, everyone is excited. I like the HBO on the GO app. Don't have a subscription with my cable company but my login for my account is still active so I was able to use the app. Now that's an awesome app and its free. You can watch your favorite movies and shows.
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Anyone test yet if it will play over HDMI out?
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Can anyone report whether or not this app supports closed captions for the hearing impaired? I don't want to restart my Netflix membership only to find it doesn't have closed captions and I can't refund the monthly rental fee.

I'm hearing impaired and can't watch movies without closed captions. Can someone test this? Subtitles would be good but both subtitles and closed captions would encourage me to re-join Netflix.

sorry... i could not find the closed caption settings..

reading this article.. at the end:

Netflix releases Android app for select HTC phones, Samsung Nexus S -- Engadget

"In other Netflix news, the company has also rolled out a little gift for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users -- the iOS app now finally boasts support for subtitles."

so.. i would guess.. you are SOL..


ps.. my data consumption will go way up!!!
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works great, loaded pretty fast, have 4G at my work, ill test at home, where 4g is spotty at best
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sorry... i could not find the closed caption settings..

reading this article.. at the end:

Netflix releases Android app for select HTC phones, Samsung Nexus S -- Engadget

"In other Netflix news, the company has also rolled out a little gift for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users -- the iOS app now finally boasts support for subtitles."

so.. i would guess.. you are SOL..


ps.. my data consumption will go way up!!!
Thank you very much for testing this, much appreciated. I'll keep an eye on this app as they might implement CC and subs at a later date.

Yeah, lol, your data consumption is going to soar.
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Yes! Awesome. Watching it now and very happy.
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Very cool! Just watched an episode of 30 Rock, and the quality was great over 4G.

I'm very surprised that the EVO 4G is one of the few compatible handsets. Very glad, though!
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I'm wondering if Sprint is going to see all of these phones consuming more data and slap a bandwidth cap on us thinking we're tethering or something.
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What about HDMI out? Anyone test it?
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It works with HDMI out
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Sucks for all custom Rom and CM7 users though If I still have netflix, this would definitely been exciting news.
Works just fine on CM7.
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Running Great!!! Can't complain about the performance

...However, the netflix app sucks. I highly doubt there's any way that it could be a worse than this steaming bowl of crap that they served up to the android market.


Edit: On the bright side, I guess we can chalk this up as yet ANOTHER first for the Evo!
Errr... what exactly is wrong with it?
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Errr... what exactly is wrong with it?
The video quality is very good.
The app sucks. It is very slow, and freezes sometimes.
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Apparently I haven't paid enough attention but nick was kind enough to point out that we now have working netflix app in the market! Stream away!
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lol how long has the app been out for the evo? give it time. it will get better for you.
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It works with HDMI out
Isn't the quality poor with HDMI out?
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DUDE i have netflix on my phone!!!!!
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Finally! It's just awesome when the EVO gets better and better.
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DUDE i have netflix on my phone!!!!!

I know me too!!!!

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Just took some screen caps...this is awesome!


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did anyone notice..

other than 2 nexus .. google phones..
the rest are HTC phones?

1 Samsung Nexus phone.. rest are HTC!!!
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Word... off to the market to get milk eggs and Netflix ...
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Just watched the latest Star Trek movie on 3G. No buffering, no pixelating, no issues.

Uhura never looked hotter.

Also, used my $12 quickshippers extended battery (3500 mAh). Started w/100% at the beginning of the movie and ended w/68% after a 2 hour movie. Not bad.
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it's about time, thanks for the heads up.
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LOL...Nice. I don't even have netflix account. Happy I could spread some good vibes on a stormy night, where I am.

Once I get 4g, I might be getting netflix and dumping my internet/dish and just use my phone for everything.
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Every time I try and open the app while on WiFi I get: "Problem loading Netflix, please restart application later. (13001)"! If I open in 3g it opens fine. then I que up a movie, hit pause, and then turn on WiFi, and then go back and finish what I'm watching.
Anyone else getting that error?
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Hope this isnt old news, but netflix for the evo! here ya are! Netflix Hits Android Market, Available for Select Devices
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Sweet! Now if I Can find a way to get it on all our phones nd the nook! That would be awesome
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i just signed in and watched the intro to some random episode (L&O was already in my queue from my acct) and it looked pretty darn good.... im impressed

not avaial on the nook yet, but at least you can have it on your evo
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i guess the hdmi cable makes a bit more sense now lol
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i guess the hdmi cable makes a bit more sense now lol
Yeah, it sure does! I didn't see any need for HDMI out until now.
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Yeah, it sure does! I didn't see any need for HDMI out until now.

+1. That was the first thing I thought of.... reason 10456 of why I love my phone
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youre only in the ten thousands? LMAO!!! jk hell yeah!! despite its age, this thing is effen holding its own!
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youre only in the ten thousands? LMAO!!! jk hell yeah!! despite its age, this thing is effen holding its own!
I only bought my Evo a few months ago. I knew it was almost a year old but after researching I found it had a proven track record. I'm very happy with this phone! Now Netflix gives me one more reason to love it
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Every time I try and open the app while on WiFi I get: "Problem loading Netflix, please restart application later. (13001)"! If I open in 3g it opens fine. then I que up a movie, hit pause, and then turn on WiFi, and then go back and finish what I'm watching.
Anyone else getting that error?
Tried it on two separate WiFi and two separate phones with no problem.

I also tried 4g and it worked fine. Will try 3g when I have to.
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Finally!! This is awesome.
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