Eternal TV is one of the best paid IPTV subscriptions. It has a reputation for high-quality streams, a lack of buffering, excellent customer service, and low prices.
Unfortunately, the provider rarely takes on new subscribers. It’s a way to keep the authorities away and reduce stream buffering caused by too many viewers.
If you are lucky enough to grab a place, keep reading to learn how to install Eternal TV.
(Note: Not sure what IPTV is? Read our guide to find out.)
How to Sign Up for Eternal TV
If you have any experience with IPTV providers, you will know that many of them disguise their services as “web hosting.” Eternal TV is no different.
To see whether Eternal is currently accepting customers, head to the company’s website. On the services tab at the top of the page, you can choose 1C Hosting, 3C Hosting, or 5C Hosting. The number represents the amount of simultaneous connections that your plan will allow. You will also need to decide whether you want adult content in your package. Plans with adult content are more expensive.
(Warning: There are many fake Eternal TV clones that rebrand inferior services. Make sure you only buy from the site linked above.)
How to Install Eternal TV on Fire Stick
First, we will look at how to install Eternal on a Fire Stick. If you’re using Kodi, feel free to skip ahead to the next section.
There are a few different methods you can use:
1. Grab the Official Eternal TV APK and Sideload It
As with most IPTV providers, Eternal provides a custom version of the IPTV Smarters app. You can download it from your account portal once you have signed up for the service.
Install the app onto an Android device (phone or tablet), then sideload it onto your Fire Stick by using an app like Apps2Fire or Easy Fire Tools.
To learn more about how to sideload on a Fire Stick, check out the article on our sister site, MakeUseOf.
2. Use a Hosted Version of the Eternal TV APK
Alternatively, you can use a hosted version of the Smarters APK. Several sites offer a version for you to download, including Troy Point (www.troypoint.com/etv) and FireStickTricks (www.firesticktricks.com/et).
The easiest way to add the hosted apps directly to your device is to install the Downloader app on your Fire Stick and enter the hosted file’s URL. The Eternal TV APK will download and install automatically.
3. Use a Third-Party IPTV App
Smarters is a popular IPTV app, but it’s not necessarily the best. In fact, here at Stream Vulture, there are a few apps we’d actively recommend instead of Smarters.
Thankfully, Eternal TV provides you with an M3U playlist URL and EPG URL. You can plug the URLs into any IPTV app for Fire Stick, and it will work.
Some of the best IPTV players for Fire Stick include:
Make sure you let us know about your favorite IPTV players in the comments at the end.
How to Install Eternal TV on Kodi
To get Eternal TV IPTV running on Kodi, you will need to install the Misfits Mods repo. Follow the instructions below:
- Open Kodi and head to Settings > System Settings > Add-ons
- Turn on Unknown Sources
- Return to the Kodi home screen
- Go to File Manager > Add Source
- Type http://misfitmods.com/mmwiz/repo/ and give the repo a name
- Press Enter
- Return to the home screen and go to the Add-ons menu
- Click on the box icon in the top left corner
- Go to Install from ZIP file > Repo > repository.misfitmods.zip
- Wait for the repo to install
- Go to Install from Repository > Misfit mods repository > Video add-ons > Eternal TV
- Click on Install and wait for the process to complete
- Return to the homepage and click on the Eternal TV icon
- Enter your credentials and log in
That’s it—now you can enjoy Eternal’s live TV channels from all over the world on your Kodi build.
More Live IPTV Providers
If you can’t get a subscription with Eternal TV, there are hundreds of other IPTV services out there (some are even free, like Mobdro). The quality can vary wildly, so we have rounded up some of the best IPTV services for live TV in another article if you would like to learn more.
You can also try using an entirely separate streaming service, especially if you want to watch movies and TV shows more than live TV.