You might already have noticed that Google allowed Hulu to block its browser ID on Google TV, and if you try to access it using said device, you’ll be prompted with a notice asking you to wait for them to work out an agreement for Hulu Plus access. Of course, there are ways around that, as some folks have discovered that you can actually dig into the advanced settings of the Chrome browser, changing the browser ID (which is used to identify what browser you’re using) to “Generic”, after which Hulu will be able to stream without a hitch. Of course, whether Google will continue to allow such a trick in the future remains to be seen, but until something is done about it, you’ll be able to enjoy Hulu content on your Google TV device.
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