- On your Fire TV, go to ‘Settings’ -> ‘My FireTv’ -> ‘Developer Options.’
- Turn on ‘Allow apps from Unknown Sources’
- From the Amazon Fire Stick main menu, go to ‘Search.’
- Type ‘Downloader’.
- Click on the Downloader app icon to download and install it.
- Launch the Downloader app.
- In the Downloader app, enter the following URL: norstariptv.com/ns
- Click ‘Go’.
- The Startup Show installation file will now begin to download.
- Once the Startup Show app download process is complete, install it on your Amazon Fire TV.
- Click on ‘Open’ to Launch the Startup Show app on your FireStick.
- Login using the M3U and EPG links from the “Your NORSTAR TV App Login Details” email that was sent to you.
- After you have logged in the content will update. You can begin watching TV once the Startup Show app is finished updating contents.
Update: Since Roku does not allow 3rd party downloads, which means that you cannot download the Norstar app directly. You can still access the content for your Norstar subscription by using either Emby or Plex as your player. All you need to do is the following.
1) Install either Emby or Plex
2) Load the M3U file link that was emailed to you with your login and password.
That’s it you should be able to access all the content for your subscription.
2nd method to access content:
Use Screen Mirroring to watch IPTV on Roku – Alternative Method
For this method, you need to install Smart IPTV app on your Android device. After installing the Smart IPTV, configure your IPTV subscription details to stream the live TV channels.
#1: Launch Roku and enable screen mirroring by navigating to Settings -> System -> Enable Screen mirroring.
#2: Connect Roku and Android device to the same WiFi network.
#3: On your Android mobile, go to the settings app and click the Cast located under the Bluetooth & device connection menu. (You can also use the search bar to find the cast menu)
#4: The Android device will search for the nearby devices that are connected to the same WiFi network.
#5: Select the Roku device where you need to mirror the media.
#6: Press either Accept or Always Accept on the Roku connected TV screen.
#7: Your Android device will appear on the TV screen. Now, launch the Smart IPTV app on your Android device and stream your channel.
#8: The streamed channel will appear on the bigger screens of TV.
GSE SMART IPTV
1. Download GSE PRO IPTV FROM APP STORE
2. On the left side, at the top click the 3 lines to open the menu.
3. Go To “remote playlist” and hit the “+” symbol in the top right.
4. Name the playlist as you wish. For example: SimpleIPTV.
5. Then enter your m3u playlist you get from your account, for example: http://YourURLusername=YOURUSERNAME&password=YOURPASSWORD&type=m3u&output=m3u8
6. Click “add”.
7. Now open the playlist you named.
8. Pick your channel and start streaming.
How To Set Up Smarters
This is not a recommended app for our service but if you insist on using smarters then follow the directions below.
Once you have installed the app for you device you will need to log in.
Please create an account (freetrial/subscription) here on the site by clicking on the “free trial”. Instantly you well receive an email that your account is active.
You will need the M3U link from that email.
For the Android phone just enter the M3U link to access all the live TV.
To Set up Tivimate please watch this video:
Windows & Apple Mac Applications
Smart TV Setup
Any Smart TV with the ability to download an app could possibly work. We do not guarantee that any applications will work on Smart TVs as most of them have been cracking down on applications not in their app stores. Apps can be side loaded onto Smart TVs but again is not supported by Norstar and may not be supported by your manufacturer. During an update they may erase any and all apps that do not appear in their specific app store. So install non app store apps at your own risk.
We must also inform you that you may run into some errors installing our service on your SmartTV IPTV app. The most common reason for errors is that you have entered the URL incorrectly. There must be no errors or spaces anywhere in the URL, if there are this is the error you will get. The second and less common reason is that the app and/or TV is blocking the IPTV URL or port. We are seeing more and more SmartTV manufacturers blocking port 8000 at the wifi card as this is the main port that IPTV service providers utilize. This is something that we can’t control.
If you are running into these errors and the URLs are completely correct you do have options, you can use an Android box or FireTV device for your Norstar service. The Android box being the better choice as Amazon looks to be heading in the direction of locking their devices to specific streaming services in the next few years,
Below are the instructions on how to attempt to setup our service on your SmartTV.
There are 3 apps for Smart TV’s
We recommend the following app SMARTERS IPTV, install this app and use your current username and password.
You will also need the following URL for the portal URL: http://thenew.tv:8000
The “Smart IPTV” is the most difficult application to set up. If you decide to use this app we have included the following instructions to make your setup experience easier.
1 – Search for the ‘Smart IPTV ’ application on your Samsung/LG TV screen.
2 – Open the Smart TV app.
(You’ll read on your screen that you have a free test of this App for only 7 days, then you will have to make a donation of 5.49 Euro at this link http://siptv.eu/activation/ to get a lifetime activation ).
3 – Your MAC Address displayed on your screen, write it down.
4 – Browse to the website http://siptv.eu/mylist/
5 – Enter your MAC Address that you noted before from the Smart IPTV App.
6 – Paste the M3u URL that Thunder Tv Email provided to you into the ‘Link’ field.
7 – Click on the ‘Add link’ button than check the reCAPTCHA.
8 – Go back to your TV and Restart the Smart IPTV app.
9 – Your channels list should be loaded.
10 – Enjoy watching
Nvidia Shield Device
Sideload Apps on Nvidia Shield TV 2017
1. Install ES File Manager on Nvidia Shield TV 2017
To be able to sideload apps on Nvidia Shield TV 2017, first open Google Play Store, search for “ES File Explorer”, and Install it.
2. Download APK File on to a USB Drive
Next, download the Norstar IPTV App file to a USB drive as shown in the picture below.
You can download it from here: https://norstariptv.com/ns
3. Open USB Drive in ES File Explorer
Then, insert the USB drive into one of the two USB ports of Nvidia Shield TV 2017 edition. Open ES File Explorer and find the links to explore the contents of the USB drive. There should be at least 2 links: ES File Explorer home page and on the left menu under “Local”, as shown in the picture below.
Upon clicking the USB drive, you may be presented with a prompt as shown below. It is entirely your preference whether to check the checkbox presented or not.
Click “OK” to continue. As a reminder, in this tutorial I am using a Wireless Keyboard Mouse combo that simplified the process for me.
4. Sideload Apps on Nvidia Shield TV 2
The final step is finding the Norstar App file and installing it. Ensure that you have my Nvidia Shield TV 2 tweak #6 (enabling Unknown Sources for Apps) implemented before proceeding. Once the USB drive is open to explore on ES File Manager, find the APK file you want to sideload and open it.
You will be prompted with options to install the Norstar App APK file on Nvidia Shield TV, as shown below. Select “Install” and continue through the process to sideload apps on Nvidia Shield TV
For iOS/iPhone/iPad app:
Once you have installed the app for you device you will need to log in.
Please create an account (free trial/subscription) here on the site by clicking on
the “Buy a Subscription”. Instantly you well receive an email that your account is active.
You will need the M3U link and username and password from that email.
For the Android phone just enter the username and password to access all the live TV.
For the iPhone and iPad fill this out