Netflix for you, Netflix for me, I got Netflix running on a Raspberry Pi 3 In this video I’m going to show you how you can ger Netflix running on a Raspberry Pi 3 natively Now that’s no tricks, no streaming or anything like that This is running right now on a Raspberry Pi 3 Stick around, because it’s TechWizTime Hey guys, Johnathan here with TechWizTime, where I teach you technology through tutorials And today I’m going to tach you how you can get Netflix running on a Raspberry Pi 3 Now, when I say running on a Raspberry Pi 3, I mean running, not streaming from another source or anything like that This is natively running inside Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi 3 Now the reason this is so notoriously difficult on a Raspberry Pi is due to DRMs and so forth, and there’s one in particular called Widevine And how this tutorial gets around that is by pre-compilling Chromium, which is a Web Browser To work with Widevine Now it only takes a couple of lines of code to actually get this up and running on a Raspberry Pi 3, so You’re not going to have to wait out for a 10 minute video of me just talking and talking about Netflix and how it could run, or how it may not run, or how you can it streaming, no, this is just two lines of code And I’m going to show you that right now, but first I want to get this video out to as many people as possible so they know how to get Netflix running on their Raspberry Pi 3 So if you can share this video on Facebook groups, Reddit and other social media sources, that would be fantastic, and also if you could like And also comment on this video and let me know that you’ve got it running yourself So with that little bit of a plug out of the way, what we’ll do is we’ll jump over to the Raspberyr Pi and I’ll show you how to get Netflix running right now So when I say simple I really mean simple, but what you’re going to need firstly is you’re going to need your Raspberry Pi set up with Raspbian Pixl Preferably, the latest version And what you’ll also need to do is have a keyboard and a mouse handy because we’re going to be navigating the Raspbian operating system So, once you’ve successfully booted up Raspbian, what you need to do is you need to go to the terminal window at the top And when you’ve opened that, we’re going to “W get” this file to the Raspberry Pi Now, I’ll leave this link on the screen, I’ll also leave a link down in the description below so you can copy and paste this straight into your Raspbian installation So, once you have downlaoded that to your Raspberry Pi 3, the next step is you need to install it Or get it all set up properly from the package so to do that, you type in this command on the screen now Again, this is written down in the description below This will take a little bit, but once it is done, you’re almost ready to watch Netflix because the first time you do it, you’ll get a Widevine error Or Netflix saying that it isn’t supported, so What you need to do is you need to give it a quick reboot I’ve had some people need to reboot this two or three times to actually get it to sync it properly But once it has worked, all you need to do is you need to go to the Raspberry Pi menu Go down to “Internet” and then select the Netflix launcher Login with your Netflix details and behold, look at that, we’re streaming Rick and Morty “It’s the Rick & Morty Show” Okay, so with those two lines of code, you’ve now got Netflix running on the Raspberry Pi 3, natively How awesome is that! So one of the things I did have is I did have a couple of crashes But this is after about 11 episodes in season 1 of Rick and Morty so So, you can imagine like, if I got that far into it You’re probably not going to have problems all the time When it first starts out, because of the network connection, there may be a little bit of buffering at the start But once it gets started, it works perfectly fine I actually got through two seasons of Rick and Morty And it worked great So did you have any problems getting this running, or do you just want to let me know that you did get it running? Leave me a comment down below If you’re not a subscriber of this channel already, then make sure you hit that big red button, because it really helps this channel a lot And if you are a subscriber already, then make sure you hit that bell icon, so you can get notified whenever I release a new video Don’t forget to like this video, and as always Imagine, Learn, Create This video is going to be so quick! It’s going to be done in no time! H-hey Morty, this guy, TechWizTime, he finally got Netflix working on a Raspberry Pi 3 How awesome is that!