Android

Planning to use your Android device for NHL.tv or MLB.tv? Make sure to check this out.


Step 1

On your home screen open Apps > Settings. This opens up a window where you can customise the settings on your Android device.


Step 2

Tap on Wi-Fi.


Step 3

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 :)


Step 4

In the window that appears click on Modify network.


Step 6

In the new window, select Advanced Options. In the options that now show below, select IP settings and then choose Static


Step 7

Scroll all the way to the bottom where you'll see the fields DNS 1 and DNS 2 and enter the YonderTV numbers 192.184.82.241 and 168.235.70.182 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.


Step 8

Next step is important, you have to restart your phone. Simple? Yes, we think so.


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