Live TV for MI 4A Pro | Alternative For JIO TV

You are here for Live TV for MI 4A Pro. Before we begin let’s see some background. JIO TV is one of the best solution to watch TV on Internet for most of the JIO users. After the JIO revolution a new smart TV revolution has begin which people have accepted quickly with JIO TV support. Once user has buyed smart TV user was able to Install JIO TV to watch Live TV on smart TVs like MI 4A and etc.

After launching JIO GigaFiber and Set Top Box reliance JIO has withdrawn support from JIO TV app for TVs (Any Brand) all around India. Hence In order to watch live TV for MI 4A Pro and similar smart TVs follow the method mentioned below.

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Watch Live TV For MI 4A Pro

  • Download Thop TV Apk
  • Copy apk file in USB drive and connect USB drive to MI 4A Pro TV

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  • On TV, Go to TV Manager and select Install from USB

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  • Select USB drive on which Thop Apk is copied

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  • Now search for Thop Apk and press OK to install

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  • Using down button scroll down and click Install

  • Once installation is completed press Done

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  • Now Open, Thop App and scroll down till you see Jasmine TV

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  • Press Okay to select, Now select channel you want to watch.

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  • Select HD to watch live Tv and CatchUp to watch past shows. Best alternative for JIO Tv for MI 4A pro.

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We hope this trick will work for you, with this you can access more than 550+ Indian channels with HD quality. This is how you can install best alternative for Jio Tv for MI 4A Pro.

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