Setting up CyberGhost on your Android TV is a breeze.
Simply purchase a CyberGhost subscription, download the CyberGhost app on your Android TV, and connect to a suitable server. Since your Android TV also uses a modification of the mobile Android OS, you can find the compatible CyberGhost app in your Google Play Store.
Keep reading as I explore different ways to set up CyberGhost on Android TV.
How to Install and Configure CyberGhost on Android TV?
- Select a suitable subscription plan and complete your payment.
- Download the CyberGhost app on your Android TV. Start by launching Google Play Store on your Android TV.
- Search for “CyberGhost.”
- Click the CyberGhost icon and install it on your Android TV.
- Click “Open” to launch the CyberGhost app.
- Log into the app with your account information.
- Once logged in, click “Best Location” on the right to open up the list of CyberGhost servers available.
- Select your preferred server location from the list of countries available.
- CyberGhost not only provides a list of available servers, but you also have access to servers optimized for streaming under the “Streaming” section. I recommend using servers from this list for faster streaming on your Android TV.
- On the app’s main screen, click the power button on the left to establish the VPN connection.
- There you go! You’re all set, and you can now CyberGhost on your Android TV.
Why Choose CyberGhost for Android TV?
If you’re wondering what makes CyberGhost stand out, here are some reasons why I consider it an excellent fit for Android TV:
- Fast and Reliable Streaming Speed: Compared to many other VPNs, CyberGhost offers optimized servers specifically optimized for streaming. So, you can unblock and stream Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer, Amazon Prime Video, and more on Android TV in high resolution.
- Unblock Geo-Restricted Content: With CyberGhost’s 9000+ servers in 90+ countries, you can easily bypass geo-blocking and access your favorite content from various streaming platforms, torrent websites, news platforms, and more.
- User-Friendly Interface: One standout feature of CyberGhost is its user-friendly UI, ensuring a seamless experience that makes it great even for beginners. After logging in, one click helps me connect to my preferred server.
- Strict No-Logs Policy: CyberGhost provides a robust encryption protocol ensuring that your streaming history, gaming activities, downloads, and other data are encrypted.
- Multiple Device Support: CyberGhost’s seven simultaneous connections offer means you can stream from multiple Android TV units without purchasing a new VPN account.
CyberGhost Not Working With Android TV? Easy Fixes:
If you cannot access geo-restricted content after successfully setting up CyberGhost on your Android TV, here are a few quick fixes that’ll help.
Check Your Internet Connection
One of the first things to do when you notice an issue with CyberGhost on your Android TV is to check that your TV is connected to stable internet.
Unstable connections can slow your speed and affect CyberGhost’s performance.
Restart Your Android TV
I noticed a glitch while using CyberGhost on my Android TV last week.
I couldn’t connect to a different server than the one I was on, but a simple restart resolved this glitch, and everything worked fine.
Update the CyberGhost App
Check for any available updates for the CyberGhost App on the Google Play Store of your Android TV. Keep your app updated to fix any known bugs.
Connect to a Different Server
Some servers have higher traffic which may result in connectivity issues.
So, if you’re having trouble connecting to a specific server, connect to a different server location within the CyberGhost app to resolve the problem.
Contact CyberGhost Support
If none of the steps above resolves the issue, contact CyberGhost’s customer support. They’ll assist you with troubleshooting and provide more personalized guidance based on what problem you’re facing with the app.
Stream Safely on Android TV With CyberGhost
Now, you see how easy it is to set up and use CyberGhost on your Android TV.
You simply need an active premium subscription to CyberGhost, install the app on your Android TV, connect to a server, and you’re plugged in.