I just ran netflix on my Samsung Intercept 2.2 froyo and audio and video were never in sync and the audio was moving faster than the video so netflix app will only run on smartphones that have at least 1 ghz anything less and it wont work
Today NetFlix Queue Manager is crashing on load with "error #2032" and some rather lame-sounding excuses about "this applications API key has been run dry for the day". I smell Fail. I'm liking NetQFree more than ever today for managing my queue at least, and getting notification of stream media that is set to expire. Welcome to the DRMisphere.
I had to hack version 1.3 to run it on my Droid 2 Global. I am rooted running cyanogenmod 7 [cm4d2g]… Do NOT upgrade to 1.4, it breaks the hack. Version 1.3 will give you an update nag, but it still works fine!
Hack for rooted phones: add # to build prop device check
It even runs on an Archos 43 (although not very well), so it can probably run on anything at this point.
They didn't just all of a sudden "fix" the DRM issues though. The companies making the original phones likely bribed them to be first, but at this point with their customers fleeing by the masses, Netflix has to use the one advantage they have left over competition, practically everything that's electronic supporting Netflix.
Never had an issue when Netflix first released on Android. G2 T-mobile, Froyo and recently upgraded to Gingerbread and not a stutter in netflix. Of course I only use it in WiFi areas. Not going to hit Governing point watching movies.
I wonder when Toms Hardware is gonna bill those free add posts like "haisaix" post. If they do they'll end up making more money than you think. Anyway those free advertisement posts are just a nuisance & clogs up these article forums,don't they.