Looks like your location has changed.
This means services like NHL.tv and MLB.tv won't load or work properly.
You'll have to update your location if you want to use these services on this network.
Planning to use your Android device for NHL.tv or MLB.tv? Make sure to check this out.
On your home screen open Apps > Settings. This opens up a window where you can customise the settings on your Android device.
Tap on Wi-Fi.
Click and hold the Wi-Fi network you’re currently connected to, until a pop-up window appears. Note your Network name does not need to match our name, Home Wi-Fi :)
In the window that appears click on Modify network.
In the new window, select Advanced Options. In the options that now show below, select IP settings and then choose Static
Scroll all the way to the bottom where you'll see the fields DNS 1 and DNS 2 and enter the YonderTV numbers 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 as shown and finally click Save. If the Save button is not immediately selectable, enter the numbers currently greyed out (192.168.0.** or 192.168.1.**) and use 250 for the last set of numbers in the IP address field above. The final number for that field should end up looking like: 192.168.0.250 or 192.168.1.250.
Next step is important, you have to restart your phone. Simple? Yes, we think so.
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