IPTV or Internet Protocol Television is the best way to stream live TV channels without using any cables or satellite networks. With the help of an internet connection, you can stream all kind of local and international channels on the supported devices. Here, we will show you the steps to stream IPTV channels on the Xbox One, a popular gaming console owned by Microsoft.
There are two ways to watch IPTV on Xbox One. You can use either MyIPTV Player or Kodi Media Player to stream live TV contents on Xbox One console. Users should remember that both the apps are just media players and you need to configure the m3u playlist to load the IPTV channels. So it is important to sign up for an IPTV service for live TV programs. There are so many providers available online. You can find them easily by searching the web.
Watch IPTV on Xbox One using MyIPTV Player
MyIPTV Player is a popular IPTV player which is officially available for Xbox One consoles.
Step 1: Launch your Xbox One and connect it to the internet connection.
Step 2: Go the Apps section and search for MyIPTV Player.
Step 3: Select the player and click Install to download the app.
Step 4: After installation, launch it and navigate to the Settings menu.
Step 5: Select Add new playlist and EPG source.
Step 6: Head to the Remote Channels section and enter an appropriate name for your playlist.
Step 7: Enter the m3u path or URL that you received from the IPTV provider. Now, tap Add remote list.
Step 8: After adding the playlist, you need to add the EPG source. Head to the Program guide (EPG) section and enter the same user name. On the next field, enter the EPG source URL that you received and tap Add EPG Source.
Step 9: After adding the m3u playlist and EPG source, you need to configure your settings to load the channels.
Step 10: Get back to the Settings page (step 4).
Step 11: Under the Select channel playlist section, click the drop-down icon located next to Select Playlist. Select your m3u playlist and hit the refresh button. A notification stating Channels refreshed successfully will appear on the screen.
Step 12: Now, you have to refresh the EPG source. Head to the Select EPG source > select your source > click the Refresh button. Wait for EPG source to download.
Step 13: After downloading, scroll down to the Channel and EPG settings section and make sure that the toggle located below the following menu are turned on.
- Refresh remote channel list on app launch
- Download EPG when no data available on current data
Step 14: Get back to the home page and navigate to the Channels section.
Step 15: The channels list will appear on the screen.
Note: The number of channels may vary depending on the IPTV provider.
Watch IPTV on Xbox One using Kodi Media Player
Kodi is a popular media centre that you can download to watch IPTV channels. For live TV, you need to download an add-on called PVR IPTV Simple Client. Download the app from the Xbox Store and follow the below steps.
Step 1: Launch the Kodi app and click the Addons menu on the left-side menu panel.
Step 2: Click the Download Menu.
Step 3: Select PVR Clients.
Step 4: Scroll down and select PVR IPTV Simple Client.
Step 6: On the next screen, click the Install menu.
Step 7: After downloading, right-click the addon and tap Information.
Step 8: Tap Configure to open the settings page. Under the General section, add the m3u playlist URL that you received from the provider. Click EPG Settings and add the EPG source URL. After entering the necessary details, click the OK menu.
Step 9: Restart the Kodi app and click the TV menu on the left-side menu panel.
Step 10: The channels list will appear within a few seconds. Select and play your favourite channels.
Note: Xbox 360 users can download the Kodi app on their console to watch IPTV channels.
Now, you know the two different ways to watch IPTV channels on Xbox One consoles. Select and use the method which is convenient for you. You can use the comments section to post the queries that arose while following this guide.
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