Ss Iptv Download Samsung Smart Tv

First you need to know model of your TV. You can find it on back of your TV:
Or you can find it in settings of your TV, section Support → Contact Samsung:

Smart IPTV (siptv) The first application is called Smart IPTV or Siptv and is available on the Samsung App Store and can be downloaded easily. This application will help you turn on IPTV on your Smart TV. The app itself does not have any channels loaded. The first application is called Smart IPTV or Siptv and is available on the Samsung App Store and can be downloaded easily. This application will help you turn on IPTV on your Smart TV. The app itself does not have any channels loaded. So you should manually add your M3u list. SS IPTV should appear in the application list 'when the installation is complete Install SS IPTV on Samsung Smart TV Series H Press MENU -button RC TVs with touch - press MORE, then select MENU. Go to section Smart Features, Account Samsung. In the email field entering develop, the Password field left blank. Press SMART TV button.

It's two ways to install SS IPTV in dependence of your model.
If you have D, E, F, H-series or J-series, the procedure is as follows:
1. Download this file - click here
2. Extract the zip file. You can use WinRAR or 7zip.
3. Rename extracted folder to 'ssiptv'.
4. Copy this folder to USB.
5. Insert USB to TV.
6. Enjoy the SS IPTV.
Another (better) way:
1. Open Samsung Apps and go to login page. (Or Settings -> Smart Hub -> Samsung Account, depending on your model.)Ss iptv download samsung smart tv remote
2. Login as username: develop and no password.
Samsung3. Click on My Apps -> Settings -> IP Settings. (Or click and hold on some app from Smart Hub [Not in the store!] and then click on IP Setting - again, depending on your model.)
4. Set IP to 91.122.100.196.
5. Go back. Now click on Settings -> Start App Sync (Or click and hold on some app from Smart Hub [Not in the store!] and then click on Start App Sync. I don't wanna repeat it, you know.)
Video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5cXsCziaXI (random found on the Internet)
FAQ for D, E, F, H-series and J-series:
If the SS IPTV is installed, can I remove the USB? (Question for first type of installation only)
No, you can't. If you remove the USB, SS IPTV will disappear. Of course, if you insert it back, it will appear again. But you can still use it as storage for photos, videos, ....
I have another question which is not shown in FAQ.
Write it under this thread, I will try to answer it.
If you have J or K, the procedure is so difficult.
1. Download Tizen Studio and file tizen.wgt
2. Install Tizen Studio.

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3. After install open the Package Manager, don't restart.
4. Install 'Baseline SDK' from 'Tizen SDK Tools' in Package Manager.
5. After that restart your computer.
6. Open Tizen Studio.
7. Connect to your TV:
a) Open Remote Device Manager.
b) Turn on your TV and go to My apps. (from Smart Hub).
c) If you are in My apps, on remote control press 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
d) Turn on developer mode and write local IP of PC where Tizen Studio is installed.
e) Turn off your TV, then turn on.
f) Press Scan in Remote Device Manager.
g) You'll find your TV. Toggle the switch to on.
8. Create a certificate.
a) Open 'Certificate Manager' through Alt+Shift+C.
b) Click on '+'.
c) Select Samsung, next TV, Create a new certificate profile (name it as you like), Create a new author certificate, enter Author name and Password (as you like).
d) Now you have to login to Samsung account. Register or login.
e) Select backup path (as you like).
f) Select Create a new distributor certificate.
g) Check if your TV is added (DUID).
9. Import tizen.wgt.
a) Select File → Import → Tizen Project and tick Archive file.
b) Specify the location of file tizen.wgt.
c) Change version of project to tv and 3.0 and tick the project.
10. Right-click on the project imported and select 'Build signed package'
11. Now right-click again and select Run as → 1 Tizen Web Application
12. App will start. Enjoy.
UPDATE: As @Florin9doi noticed, it is required to downgrade Tizen Studio. Here is his post.
FAQ for J and K series:
My TV is not shown in Remote Device Manager.
That's because your TV has turned on function 'Instant On.' You have to turn off it in Settings → System → General → Instant On. After that check in My apps if the PCs IP is set.
Can I turn on function Instant On after installing?

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Yes, you can.
Have I to start PC whenever I want to start SS IPTV?Download
No, you haven't. You can remove Tizen Studio, too.
Update: Not true! Every time you turn off the TV it wipes out the TV and you have to install it again. (That's updates from my Samsung TV, if it's not right, please tell me to DM. Thanks!)
Update#2: I tried SS IPTV on Samsung MU6172 and it didn't remove. Half a year without any problem, so it could be a problem just for J/K series.
I got an error 'Installing the package... > Fail'
That's because your TV doesn't have accepted your certificate. Right-click on connected TV and select Permit to install applications.
I have another question which is not shown in FAQ.
Write it under this thread, I will try to answer it.

As many of you know very recently, Samsung has withdrawn from its repositories (the servers that send us / sell the apps) the well-known SSIPTVapplication to take advantage of IPTV viewing on Smart TV Samsung televisions.

The same thing happened to that notorious December 23 of last year (2016) when it was withdrawn, at least from the Italian repository, the other well-known Samsung IPTV application, namely SMART IPTV.

There are so many angry and disillusioned users due to the behavior of the South Korean company that frankly at this point, it really becomes inexplicable … for 2 reasons:

  • If IPTV applications are retired due to a problem with users’ illegal behavior, Samsung should not forget that the same applications can be used regularly to stream private video streams for area broadcasts or video surveillance … is at least as comical this behavior … It would be like withdrawing from circulation all the cars because somebody steals in them;

  • If SMART IPTV is withdrawn to combat piracy, it is unclear why SS IPTV (like saying robbery with that car but with that other no) is not retired too … and most of all, it is unclear how many months later than the retirement of SMART IPTV, there is the debuts of a new app for IPTV that basically does the same thing …

  • Samsung’s behavior would be really psychotic unless you looked, much more simply, from a different angle … the economic one!

    Maybe behind these withdrawals and debuts there is nothing more than a convenience for this or that app for interests that we, simple users, are unable to understand completely … ban the talk …

    NEW APP IPTV FOR SAMSUNG SMART TV – OTTPLAYER

    If you’re still shocked by the loss of SS IPTV you’ve been undergoing and you are trying the same geolocation change procedures to try to install SMART IPTV, you can also, and quickly, try OTTPLAYER, a new app for Samsung IPTV.

    Like as usually go to the SmartHub (colored remote control button) then on applications and search for OTTPLAYER (you will also find it among the news);

Install it and launch it like any other app … remember very closely SS IPTV

Loading lists with the remote control is very difficult (especially at a quick glance I found that the question mark is missing, which is indispensable for many links), so the easiest way (at least in my opinion) to load our channel lists is that to use any computer (Apple or Windows) … so connect with any browser to the registration page

Please enter an email (or mobile phone number) and password and wait for the SMS or verification email … immediately afterwards, from the same page, you will Login In the top right will appear the user menu from which we can choose PLAYLIST.

From here you can choose whether to send your file with lists (in m3u format) or directly insert a link (as it did with Smart IPTV or SS IPTV) … always enter a name that you want to give to the list and immediately afterwards Click OK.

When the uploading is done back to your TV and with the remote control go to Settings (the top right gear) and enter the same credentials you used to log on the ottplayer site … right now you will find exactly the same channel list that you’ve uploaded a moment before with the computer.

From this moment the operation is similar to other apps of this kind … take a look and let me know what you think about it …

However, this is a viable alternative if you consider the inexplicable and progressive disappearance of SS IPTV and SMART IPTV.

For doubts or suggestions … we write in the comments !!!

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