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On 7/5/2020 at 4:09 PM, Keerthi Preethi said:

Please solve this problem 

Hi @Keerthi Preethi

Unfortunately no one on this User-to-User forum is going to be able to sort out your problem.  If you can give all the specifications of your particular TV a user may be able to tell you if the HOTSTAR app is available for your specific unit.

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