Personally I love Android OS, but I hate it when anyone offers me any paid app or anyone releases an app for limited number of users. Netflix just did that, they released their app for Android but for some limited users but XDA hackers hacked it to run it on any Android device. So, what are you waiting for? Do you want to run Netflix app on your Android? Don’t worry you can do it easily because there is a hack to do so. Recently, Netflix released its service for the Android users but unfortunately it was only for those who are prime users.
So, if that is the case then you can’t run Netflix service on your Android smartphone, so where is the solution? How would you be able to run it on your device? To answer all your questions XDA developers came into the scene and they managed to hack the Netflix app and run it on unsupported Android devices.
Hackers there at XDA managed to remove the device check from the app, which means that Netflix app can now run on any Android device. You can also remove that check easily by following the how to guide.
So, if your are a device with Android 2.3 or latest then you can follow this procedure, now the method is hit or miss! But mostly success (hit) ratio has been reported. Follow this how to guide to remove device check from the Netflix app and run it on your desired Android device running 2.3 or latest. You won’t require any rooting whatsoever.