Check Your IPTV Account

Check Your IPTV Account

All old users Please check the link on PC using VLC . If it works it means that there is something wrong on your side.
How to setup IPTV on VLC media player?
  1. Step 1: Download and install VLC media player. When the application is open, press “Media”.
  2. Step 2: Click on “Open network stream”.
  3. Step 3: Enter your M3U URL and press Enter.
  4. Step 4: Now your playlist is loaded , press the combination between CTRL+L to bring up the playlist.

Your input can’t be opened (error message pops up for you in VLC)

The “Your input can’t be opened” error is one that occurs for some VLC users when they try to play a video stream
If that same error message pops up for you in VLC, check out some of the potential fixes for it below.

Learn how to fix that>>


For client area please login here >

You can access our client area at
You will need your email address and the password you chose during signup to login.


Getting “Check playlist Nr1 URL” on SIPTV app?

Unplug your TV from the wall, as well as your router for 1 Minute, and upload your M3U file using  m3u URL to the SIPTV website and that should fix it.

If not, then your IP address must be blocked. Let us know how it goes.

NOTE: Remember to Use the delete playlist option first, then try adding playlist again


Troubleshooting MAG

We have a few questions that may help you solve the problem:

Did you give us the correct MAC address?
Are you using a firewall, proxy or VPN? If so, our servers won’t allow you to connect.
Is your Internet speed at the recommended minimum—16 Mbps; 30 Mbps for HD channels—or higher?
Is your device wired in (Ethernet), or is it connected wirelessly (WiFi or mobile data)? Ethernet will always be faster and more stable; use Ethernet, if you can.
Are your device’s specs powerful enough to effortlessly handle live HD streaming?
If you’re using an STB emulator, did you follow the steps in our guide, Setup Android STB Emulator for Buyiptv, when getting setup?
If you’re using an STB emulator, have you tried wiping your app’s cache, then restarting your device?
If you’re using a MAG box, have you tried restarting your device?
If you’re using an Android device/MAG box, have you tried logging out, then factory resetting your device?
Have you double-checked the server portals? They should be:
Server Portal #1-

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