We have a tutorial for many devices on how to use IPTV
If you’re using VLC, Android, Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV, I Phone, Kodi, MAG, Enigma2 or any other device that supports IPTV, we offer support. If you do not have an account yet to use IPTV, please order a free trial and share our website for a free trial.
Please select the correct device you are using in the account registration, the M3U file will be sent to your email after registration. If you use multiple devices, you should contact us at WhatsApp for the fastest assistance possible.
In case you are using a MAG or STB Application using a MAC address, you must enter your MAC address in the registration area, with the standard syntax of 6 pairs of digits and two dots.
If you enter an incorrect MAC address, your device will not work. If you have problems or your device does not work, contact us immediately. Your problem will be solved by our team.
Here are instructions on how to operate the IPTV service of different devices. In addition, there are still many devices and other uses. If you have suggestions or better use, please let us know so that more people know, we will update as soon as possible. ..
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Tutorial to run IPTV on VLC
VLC is a great program if you want to stream live TV from your PC or laptop. You just need a list of M3U channels from us to run it with this software.
Let’s get started, With this method, make sure you have downloaded your M3U list from NougaTV.com. If you do not have an M3U list, you can request it. NougaTV will give you a free trial account for 24 hours. Then follow this step by step guide:
Step 1: First, open VLC Media Player
Step 2: Then simply drag the downloaded m3u file with your VLC or open it via Media> Open File> “Choose your .m3u file”
Now you should be able to watch IPTV with VLC
In case if you want to switch Channels go to “View” in the Menu strip and navigate to “Playlist”(CTRL + L / or command + L on MAC)
Now you’ll see a list of Channels available to choose from, you can use the search function to find a specific Channel.
Enjoy, All Done.
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