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  • Due to the design of the [[Chromecast]]and the Amazon's [[Fire TV Stick]], these devices are not compatible with our network. Devices such as a [[Smart TVs|Smart TV]], Blu-ray players, and the [[Apple TV]] work well on our network to stream Netflix, Hulu, etc. However, '''Screen
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  • *[[Apple TV]] *[[Fire_TV_Stick|Fire TV]]
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  • ...ulu, Amazon, and others without needing a separate device to plug into the TV. [[Category:Smart Devices]] [[Category:Networking]]
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  • A Roku is a streaming device that connects to your TV. Roku's have built-in apps or channels that you can stream for free or with [[Category:Smart Devices]]
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  • ...apps that can stream Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu Plus, etc. The Fire TV Stick is made by Amazon. #Select '''My Fire TV''' and then '''About'''.
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  • A Nexus Player is a streaming device that connects to your TV's HDMI port. The Nexus Player is made by Google. [[Category:Smart Devices]]
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  • A streaming device is generally known as any device that you can connect to a TV and stream content, most notably Netflix. * [[Apple TV]] - [[AirPrint]] and [[AirPlay]] not supported.
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  • ...ced to the Apple product lineup in September of 2006, the current '''Apple TV''' has transformed from a media storage and player device, to a wireless st ...s many different types of media on their TV, everything from HD movies and TV shows in [[iTunes]] to their own content from the [[iCloud]].
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  • A Chromecast is a streaming device that connects to your TV's HDMI port. Chromecasts require a smartphone, tablet, or a computer to "ca [[Category: Smart Devices]]
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