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Free TV on your web browser. If you're using a TV Box, I recommend a air-mouse or mouse pad to navigate easier. If using a PC, Smart Phone or tablet you won't have any problems since you will have a mouse or touch screen. Not all channels will work without a VPN but the ones that do work play great. On some TV Boxes you will have to manually start the stream for each channel. On other devices, the stream should start automatically if not just press the play button. You will however have to click the full screen icon at the bottom right corner of the video otherwise it will stay on the default small screen view. When you click on the channel, you will be redirected to the website where you can watch. Press return or back on your remote or keyboard and choose another channel on the list or choose one directly from the website. My list contains all the working channels so you know your going to get a working stream. Enjoy.
As of February 2022, you will need to update your Thunder TV application. Please do so if you have not already.
Sometimes you may experience buffering due to low internet speed or high internet traffic. The most common cause of buffering is the result of slow internet connection. This may also be because other users are hogging the bandwidth in your house. Disconnect them all and try again. The second and more logical reason is that you are using WI-FI, it doesn't matter how fast your internet is, WI-FI as a whole is unreliable. You should avoid using it when possible. Try to directly connect to your router using an Ethernet cable or a power-line adapter. If not possible, try moving your device closer to the router. Another possible solution is to change your WI-FI channel to avoid interference with nearby devices. Buffering can also be due to the quality of the stream you're connected too. For example, hundreds of users accessing the same stream source or servers being overloaded. Your streaming service provider may be having issues with servers that can cause stream loss and or buffering that is unavoidable no matter how fast your download speed is.