Introduction: Netflix on Raspberry Pi 3 Running Natively

In this Instructable, you are going to learn how to watch Netflix, natively, on your Raspberry Pi.

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Let’s get started!

Step 1: What You'll Need

Step 2: Download What You Need

Boot into Raspbian.

Open up the Terminal. Type in “wget

Wait for the download to finish.

Install the package by typing “sudo dpkg -i chromium-browser_56.0.2924.84-0ubuntu0.”

Restart your Raspbian Installation

NOTE: In some cases it may require up to three reboots.

Step 3: Enjoy Netflix

Open up the Netflix launcher by clicking on “Internet” and then scroll down to “Netflix”

Put in your Login details.


Congratulations, you’ve just installed Netflix on your Raspberry Pi, natively, so you won’t have to stream, everything is right on your Raspberry Pi and that’s it for this Instructable.

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matthewc316 (author)2017-08-17

what am I doing neither chromium or netflix opens and I have rebooted six times any help would be appreciated thank you

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