Xbox One is the next generation home video game console from Microsoft. Besides being a game console, Xbox One lets its users listen to music, play DVDs, Blu-ray discs, watch movies and TV shows, and more. It also provides access to a variety of services like Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix, which allows direct streaming of videos onto a television.
However, the number of apps on your Xbox One varies depending on your location. What’s more, apps like Netflix offer considerably different media libraries from region to region. Fortunately, there is a way to overcome this restriction and extend the range of media available to you.
KeepSolid SmartDNS technology conceals your real location and provides access to geo-restricted content regardless of where you are. What you need to do is just change DNS on Xbox One. With this easy tutorial, you’ll find out how to set up Xbox One using KeepSolid SmartDNS configurations and open up the whole world of streaming media.
It is important to write down your current Xbox One DNS settings before you switch to our DNS servers. You will need this information in case you want to get back to your original settings later. In case your original configuration was set to “Automatic”, simply switch your Xbox One DNS settings back to “Automatic”.
Follow the below simple steps to do your Xbox One setup:
That’s it! You’ve successfully configured your Xbox One to use KeepSolid SmartDNS service. Now you can easily unblock geo-restricted content and enjoy a wider range of videos no matter where you are.
If you have any questions or comments about KeepSolid SmartDNS, contact us any time via [email protected]. We’ll be glad to assist you!