How to add Airy TV to Roku Box (Tutorial). (Page 1/6)
James Bond 007 NOV 29, 09:48 PM
How to add Airy TV to Roku.
More free legal TV, (for Roku only). Go to my.roku.com log in and enter this private code. XDTHQLV ,you will get the usual popup warning for a private channel. Once installed, scroll, through the guide, select any channel. To get the channel to go to full screen, Hold the ok, button on the remote (after selecting the channel, you want first), the channel will now go to full screen, when you release the ok button (app needs a little work, but works). Try this dirrect link,to enter the code.
https://my.roku.com/account/add

For a sneak peak, without installing the app. Go here:
https://live.airy.tv/

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MidEngineManiac NOV 29, 10:11 PM


A search for "AiryTV" does the same thing.

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Patrick NOV 29, 10:12 PM

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Originally posted by James Bond 007:

For a sneak peak, without installing the app. Go here: Airy TV



Newb question...

I checked out the link (on my PC) and had a peek at a few shows on different channels. The kung-fu movie on one channel is only 240p. Perhaps I've been spoiled by Netflix, but is this lack of resolution usual?
James Bond 007 NOV 29, 10:23 PM

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Originally posted by Patrick:

Newb question...

I checked out the link (on my PC) and had a peek at a few shows on different channels. The kung-fu movie on one channel is only 240p. Perhaps I've been spoiled by Netflix, but is this lack of resolution usual?



Im not sure, why the resolution is so low. alot of the older kung-fu movies were filmed with old equipment, the same with older TV programs.

James Bond 007 NOV 29, 10:44 PM

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Originally posted by MidEngineManiac:



A search for "AiryTV" does the same thing.




If you copied and pasted the text (code), I asume you may have included the comma (leave the comma out).
I just check, on my computer and it works.
MidEngineManiac NOV 29, 10:50 PM
Nope, no comma. I just tried again. Probably blocked in Canada without a VPN.
Patrick NOV 29, 11:13 PM

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Originally posted by James Bond 007:

Im not sure, why the resolution is so low. alot of the older kung-fu movies were filmed with old equipment, the same with older TV programs.



This 240p streaming resolution has nothing to do with the original footage. This is just really highly compressed video. I'll check out some other channels later and see if there's any higher resolution streaming.
James Bond 007 NOV 29, 11:24 PM
More Legal Free TV and Movies, for your TV, Box or phone (add supported and may or may not work outside the U.S.A.).
Pluto TV
peacock
VUDU (look for the free section).
redbox
Distro TV
Tubi
Crackle
XUMO
The CW
Action Movies By Fawesome TV
Freebie TV
Sling (has a free section).
NewsON (news for many diffrent city's, I can watch Las Vegas News and many more!!)

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Patrick NOV 29, 11:33 PM

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Originally posted by Patrick:

I'll check out some other channels later and see if there's any higher resolution streaming.



It seems to depend on the channel. I just watched a bit of The Dick Van Dyke Show from 1961. It was in B&W (as that's how it was shot), but it was good quality and streamed at 720p.

And no VPN required to watch Airy TV in Canada.

I don't know how much I might watch programming at any of these sites, but thanks for the heads-up on them.

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MidEngineManiac NOV 30, 03:21 AM
Now it worked.

I dunno. Maybe my Roku box hates working weekends.