TO GET TO NETFLIX AND THEN GET TO SHOW YOU WANT!
Just Look Out-
#1. Get “TV” remote control and locate THE BLUE VOICE ACTIVATION BUTTON
#2. As described before, point remote at screen, press down blue button, and then speak.
#3. In this case say, “Netflix.” That should take you to either a screen with square icons and names (“Carol” in Blue, “Terrance” in Yellow, & two others). Like this, and “Carol” will be surrounded with a faint white box.
#4. Then, SPEAKING AUDIBLY into the remote VOICE ACTIVATION BUTTON (VAB) SAY:
- “HOMESCREEN” (This will take you to your Home Screen)
- Then, press VAB and say either: The name of the Show (“Last Tango in Halifax”) or say “MY LIST” and it will take you to a list of icons (square, lit up buttons of a kind in a horizontal row). You can use the SILVER BUTTONS in the center of your remote to move to the particular show, going from left to right, so use right arrow.
- OR, WHAT IS EASIER, YOU CAN JUST SAY THE NAME OF THE SHOW INTO THE VAB: “Last Tango In Halifax,” which is included in your “MY LIST.”
- I want you to practice saying the name of the show “Last Tango in Halifax” to practice using the Voice Activation Button and Netflix. Instead of using the ARROW buttons (located on the SILVER SQUARE in the center of the remote), practice using your OWN, STRONG VOICE AND CLEAR ENUNCIATION INTO THE VOICE ACTIVATION BUTTON to navigate NETFLIX.
This is the best introduction I can make into using Netflix. You THEREFORE MUST become more adept at using the Voice Activation Button, so practice using it to move around on your regular channels, AND THEN, practice using it to move around on Netflix. For instance you can, once you have reached Netflix say, “COMEDY MOVIES,” and a list of comedies will appear.
YOU MAY THEN NEED TO USE THE SILVER ARROWS TO MOVE ACROSS AND DOWN THE LIST (We will practice this), but you can get to that list USING ONLY YOUR VOICE AND THE REMOTE CONTROL.
If you have a problem contact Netflix Customer Care Number +1(844)-539-9831. If you get to, let’s say, “Last Tango in Halifax,” and nothing happens, THEN SAY: “Play Episode,” and the show should start (We’ll practice this, too.)