From the app store of the TV, search and install Smart IPTV App. Then open it.


You should see a page identical to the one above. As you can see 7 days free trial is read and the only thing you need to do is to activate the TV MAC Address which is specified by the arrow on app portal.

-Activating the IPTV service on the app


Now it`s time to pair the m3u link with the TV MAC Address we received after the installation of the app which is basically our TV MAC Address. Head over to app website . As you an see above, all is outlined well and by a single look, you know what to do: 

 Method 1: If you want to upload a m3u file format, you need to use this method. Type the TV MAC and load the m3u file in the List field, but this method has 2 major cons: 1-It has file size limit of 10MB. Of course you say not all lists are that big but generally speaking, that is a limitation 2-It wont update the list automatically.

 Method 2: Is the better way of doing it. 

 1-Paste the TV MAC here, make sure there are no spaces before and after to avoid facing errors.

 2-Paste the m3u, or as suggested m3u_plus, link here. If you want to import multiple lists, click on the green plus button to have extra fields. 

 3-In this step, you`ll have 3 things to decide on: 

 A-ExUSSR: This is app built-in EPG. You can leave it as it is to get EPG for all packages or choose one like UK for all SkyUK channels. If you don`t know what EPG is, read this article 

 B-Logos: This is app built-in logos. If you leave it as it is, app will assign proper logos to each channel. You can also change it to "Enable list logos" to let logos included in your m3u list appear alongside with the ones provided by the app and finally "Override app logos" so that only logos from your m3u list appear

 C-Save Online: which will allow you to save the list online. This will enable the app to refresh the list every time you enter it. This feature helps you stay up to date with changes which are made on bouquets.

 4-Is the finish button in fact. Once ready, click Add Link and your TV MAC gets paired to the m3u list. Now reload the app by pressing 0 on your remote controller and you should see all channels loaded.

-App setting page


When you are on the main page of the app, by clicking the red button on your remote controller, the above screen will pop up. These are settings of the app and you can change them the way you like, but there are two important settings which are extremely vital: 

 Buffer Size: bottom left side of the screen, you can see it. Medium buffer size, buffer a stream with lower size packets which will result in opening the channel (zapping) faster. It is also good for connections with low bandwidth. If you have at least 15 Megabits of stable internet connection, you can use large. Ultimately you can leave it on auto so app will decide what is best based on your connection bandwidth and speed.