In this article, you are going to learn how to watch Netflix natively on your Raspberry Pi 3.
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Let’s get started!
What You’ll Need
- Raspberry Pi 3 (preferably), 2 or 1
- 8GB MicroSD Card
- Keyboard and Mouse
- VPN for Netflix from other regions 🙂
Raspberry Pi 3 Netflix
Boot into Raspbian.
Open up the Terminal and type in
Once the download has finished, type in
sudo dpkg -i chromium-browser_56.0.2924.84-0ubuntu0.14.04.1.1011.deb
Lastly, Reboot your Raspberry Pi 3.
NOTE: In some cases it may require up to three reboots.
Enjoy Netflix on your Raspberry Pi 3
Go to the Raspbian menu and in the Internet menu, choose Netflix Launcher
This will launch the compatible Chromium browser straight to the Netflix page. Here, you will have to put in your Netflix username and password and you are done!
Raspberry Pi Native Netflix Finished
Congratulations, you’ve just installed Netflix on your Raspberry Pi 3. You won’t have to stream from another PC or run any X86 emulation software.
Could you do everything by yourself? Did you had any problems during the tutorial? Have any suggestion? Then leave a comment below.