Your device will usually update your apps automatically for you, on occasion you may need to update manually.
If you've chosen to disable automatic updates on your device, you'll need to regularly check for and perform updates manually.
Android Mobiles & Tablets
Follow Google's instructions for your tablet or phone.
You'll need the latest version of FireOS before you can update your BritBox app. After checking there's no updates to FireOS, highlight the BritBox app and press the triple line button on your remote. Choose 'more info' from the options that appear. If an update is available a new option will appear next to “Open”. Download and install the update. If no update is available you won’t see any special notifications.
If your app doesn't automatically update, restart your Fetch or try uninstalling and re-installing the BritBox app. If you continue to have issues, contact Fetch for assistance.
iPad and iPhone
Follow Apple's instructions for your tablet or phone.
LG Smart TVs
Click the Home button on your TV remote, then select and open the LG Content Store. From the My Apps section on the menu panel, select the BritBox app and click Update.
You can also remove and re-install the BritBox app, using LG's instructions to Remove/Initialize. If required, you can also follow LG's instructions to update your TV's firmware or perform similar troubleshooting.
You'll need to update your Roku software to download the latest BritBox app. Follow Roku's instructions.
Samsung Smart TVs
Navigate to the Samsung Smart Hub, and then to Apps. Press and hold the Select button on the BritBox app. From the sub-menu that appears, select "Update Apps". If an update is available, select "Update". Allow a few minutes for the update to complete.
Make sure your Telstra TV is running the latest software, as you're not able to update an individual app otherwise. To manually update your Telstra TV, from the Home Menu select Settings, then System, Software Update and Check Now.
No app is needed to watch BritBox in your web browser (such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer etc), though it's always a good idea to use the latest browser version. Refer to your browser's Help to find out more.