How do I see what devices are on now TV?
When you start watching NOW on a new device, it’ll automatically be added to your account. You can keep track of the devices you’re using in My Account. Just head to the Devices area to see them all listed, along with the date you last used each one.
How many devices can you have on now TV?
You can add up to 6 devices and watch on 2 devices at the same time (3 if you’ve got NOW Boost) – unless you’ve only got a Sports Mobile Membership, in which case you can only watch on one smartphone at a time. Once you’ve added devices up to your maximum, you can make 3 changes to your devices each calendar month.
Can I watch Now TV in 2 different houses?
Now TV allows you to share your NOW TV account with one of your households. You can add up to six devices on a single account and watch Now TV on two devices at the same time.
How do I add a new device to my now TV account?
Re: Adding a new device If you have a space you just add the app to the device or if it is a new box sign in on that. It will automatically add to the list. Please take a moment to click thanks or marked as solution if this answered your question.
How do I stop someone from watching NOW TV?
To save you having to sign out of all your devices manually, you can force a logout from any devices you’re signed in to. To force a logout, reset your password and when you get to the Manage permissions page, select NOW TV and click Remove.
How do I see who is connected to my NOW TV WIFI?
Re: View Connected Devices 0.1 in your url address bar, this should bring up the NowTV Hub 2 webpage settings. When prompted use admin and nowtv (all lower case for your username and password). Then from memory click on the Maintenance Tab and then select Attached Devices from the secondary Tab.
How many devices can use NOW TV sports pass?
You can register a maximum of 6 devices on your account, and watch on 1 at a time – unless you’ve got NOW Boost, which lets you stream on 3 devices at once.
Can you use 2 NOW TV sticks on the same account?
You can have up to six devices registered against your account with two streams at the same time (three streams with the HD Boost Pass).
Can I use my NOW TV account on multiple devices?
You can watch NOW on a maximum of 2 devices at a time (3 if you’ve got NOW Boost), or just 1 if you only have Sports Mobile Membership). If you’re trying to watch on more than this, you’ll need to stop watching on one of the other devices first.
Can I watch NOW TV away from home?
Your NOW Box or Smart Stick is now ready to use as normal, so press the Home button on your remote and away you go!
Why can’t I watch NOW TV on 2 devices?
When did NOW TV change to device?
From 15 July, if you don’t have Boost you’ll only be able to stream on 1 device at a time (previously, you could stream on 2 devices simultaneously).
How do I remove a device from my Now TV account?
If you’ve already added 6 devices, you’ll need to remove one to watch NOW TV on a new device. To remove a device, simply select the trash icon next to it in Devices . You’ll see a message telling you if you can add a new device this month (or warning you if you can’t), and asking you to confirm you want to remove the device.
How do I get NowTV on my Device?
Just head over to NOWTV.com, choose a membership and enter your details. Now you just need to set up the devices you want to watch on and sign in to your account. Find out how to get NOW on your device. Help tip Make a note of the email address and password you signed up with – you’ll need these to sign in to your account.
How do I transfer my now account to a new device?
1 Launch the NOW app. 2 Select My Account from the menu. 3 Swipe left on the device you want to swap to remove it. 4 Start watching NOW on your new device to add it.
What devices can I use with now?
Available on compatible smartphones only: Apple iPhone: 4S & 5 or later running on iOS 8 or later; Android smartphones: Android OS 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or later), 1.0Ghz, 1GB RAM, 480×800 Screen Resolution. NOW does not currently support connection of mobile devices to your TV e.g. AirPlay.