Reliance Jio is one of the most popular providers of telecommunication services, with millions of active subscribers and a rich selection of available services.
The company has worked hard to become an important player on the market, and some of its products come with excellent advantages at affordable prices. One of the newest ones is a set-top box that offers an easy way to access and enjoy DTH and OTT services.
Among the features granted by the set-top box, we can count the option to perform free voice and video calls. However, it also comes with a glaring flaw since users cannot use the standard Netflix and Amazon Prime apps.
However, this a way to bypass this limitation and enjoy these excellent streaming services alongside the standard ones offered by the Reliance Jio: Hotstar, VOOT, SonyLIV, Voot, ZEE5. Follow the tutorial written below to solve the issue in a few minutes.
How to Set Up and Play Amazon Prime on the Jio Set-Top Box
- Start the device and access the menu. Launch the browser app and move to the next step.
- Search for the Amazon Prime and Netflix APK with the help of your favorite search engine. In most cases, Google Chrome is the default provider. It is important to take into account the fact that a reliable source to be select since there some sites that offer infected files.
- Download the required APK files on your device. They should appear on the list of downloaded files.
- Look for an app installer and download it on the device. Install it and use it to find the installation files that were previously downloaded. Use the app to install the Netflix and Amazon Prime apps.
- The apps should now be installed on your set-top box and can be launched normally.
Notice: Since the Jio set-top box does not run Android 9 Pie, some apps may not work on it. However, Amazon Prime seems to function correctly.
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