There is more to it than a simple list of "allowed" devices. For example, I have an "Azpen HybrxPC A1160", which I'm *sure* is not on any 'whitelist" anywhere and I can download some Netflix titles with it just fine (and it also allows me to play my FIOS DVR recordings). |
Here is what the Netflix help page says (basically, it just says Windows, iOS and Android devices - nothing about specific devices that I saw)::
"Downloading TV shows and movies on Netflix
You can download select TV shows and movies to watch without an Internet connection from the Netflix app on your Apple iOS or Android mobile devices and computers or tablets running Windows 10. Downloads are not currently supported on other devices.
To download titles from Netflix on your device, you will need:
An iPhone, iPad, or iPod running iOS 8.0 or later
A phone or tablet running Android 4.4.2 or later
A tablet or computer running Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary Update) or later
An Internet connection*
An active Netflix streaming account
The latest version of the Netflix Apple iOS, Netflix Android, or Netflix Windows 10 app
*Though you will be able to watch your downloaded TV shows and movies without an Internet connection, you will need an Internet connection to download content with the Netflix app.
Downloading and streaming consume similar amounts of data. If you are concerned about mobile data usage, we suggest downloading while connected to Wi-Fi. See our Help Center for more information on data usage.
If you see an error message when attempting to download or watch a title, search our Help Center for that message."
I don't know whats "missing" on these Chuwi devices, but I definitely have other "oddball' devces that seem to work fine whereas my Chuwi devices will not allow Netflix downloads...