How To Install JIO TV On Laptop/PC & Watch Live Tv For Free (Without Emulator)


Today we live in the world of globalization, where the internet is one of the major sources of information and entertainment, therefore, people nowadays won’t enjoy waiting for favorite TV programs/daily soap. In this, all scenario JIO is one fascinating thing currently popular in India, although JIO has many advantages as well as some disadvantages such as; you cannot use JIO apps on a laptop, but here is a way you can install JIO TV on the laptop for completely free. This trick is especially helpful for students or people who live in rooms/hostels where TV is not allowed or available.

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Things Required To Install JIO TV On Laptop:

  • Working laptop: As we want to install JIO TV on laptop hence we required a working laptop that can be used to install the JIO app on the laptop.
  • Internet Access: As JIO TV is an online application we need to use internet download, install and watch JIO Tv on the laptop.
  • JIO TV Apk: As the application, JIO TV is made for android hence we required JIO TV APK in order to install.
  • Chrome browser: While installation process we will be using some chrome extension which is only for Google Chrome hence it is very essential.
  • Registered JIO Sim (Mobile No.): All the JIO prime apps features are free with a JIO Connection hence, we required a working JIO connection in order to watch live tv on a laptop.

Watch Video Tutorial: Click Here

How To Install JIO TV On Laptop

  • The first and foremost thing you required is, Chrome browser if you don’t have chrome, install it from the link below.
  • Link: Install Chome
  • Now open Chrome browser and search for “ARC Welder Chrome Add on” if you are unable to find it then click directly on the link below. Link: ARC Welder
  • Now “click on Add to Chrome” and wait a few minutes ( Be patient) it will download around 180 MB files and another small file. After some time you are redirected to apps page where you can see ARC Welder Icon.
  • Meanwhile, the download and install take place you can download JIO TV Apk from the link below. Link: JIO TV Apk
  • Now after you redirected to the page click on the ARC Welder App logo. (JIO TV APK)
  • Select the storage place where you want to store all data of JIO TV, and “click Choose”
  • Now you can see a new window with tittle”Test Your App” here, click on “Add Apk” and select apk file and “click Open”
  • In the next window, you have to make settings the same as shown in the image below.

JIO TV on laptop

  • After setting everything just “click on Test”, now JIO TV app will open and load (Be patient  it will take a bit more time the first time)
  • Now on the login page, you have to “enter your JIO mobile no. and your password”, If you have not created account till now then on the login page you will see the option of Sign Up just enter mobile no. password and enter the OTP you received. (Know more in Video Tutorial)

JIO TV on laptop

  • Once you login you can watch any channel for free. So this is the method using ARC Welder and other things.

We, Will, recommend you to watch video tutorial too for better understanding. Also if you have any issues do comment below and let us know. Share this post with your friends and family and share the knowledge. So, friends, I hope you have understood how to install JIO TV on your PC/Laptop.

9 thoughts on “How To Install JIO TV On Laptop/PC & Watch Live Tv For Free (Without Emulator)”

  1. I did install in my laptop and register my jio number.
    I can now watch some channels but not fully.
    Asking and the pop-up message came up showing that you cannot watch without the google play in your device.
    So, please mahe clear on this.

    Thank you

  2. I installed it on my computer and tried to play channels many times but I’m always getting an error. Please modify the article or give some other solution that can help us to watch TV on PC.

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