Android users have waited a long time for Netflix to come to their devices and most of them are still waiting. Even though a Netflix app launched a couple of weeks ago, it only works on a handful of handsets such as the HTC Evo 4G and Samsung Nexus S. Other Android users have been out of luck, until now.
If your phone has been rooted, you can download a hacked version of the Netflix installer which will allow you to stream your Netflix movies on just about any phone. We tried the installer on an original Motorola Droid which had been rooted and we had no problems connecting to our account and streaming movies over Verizon’s 3G network. However, when we tried to install Netflix an non-rooted Samsung Droid Charge and a non-rooted HTC Thunderbolt, video would play for less than a second and stop.
Note: We cannot vouch for the XDA developers who created these files ,so use at your own risk.
So how do you get Netflix on any Android phone?
Netflix should install and you should be able to log in with your Netflix account and start streaming movies. Remember, that you need a valid Netflix account.