Feb 23, 2009 · no, you need a flash player 6 to watch netflix, wii supports 7. you cant play games, because they require shockwave player. you can watch shows on hulu since it supports 7, but it might have bad quality, so just use our computer.

Nov 11, 2018 Any way to use netflix without the gamepad? - Wii U They just don't switch on (I use Netflix with Wii U all the time) I just keep gamepad in charging cradle when in Netflix "Agnes wore sexy clothes, and it was awesome!" - Ringabell Wii U NNID - Wingo84 - - - 3DS FC - 2122-7025-1013 (PM me so I can add back) Netflix | Wii | Nintendo Enjoy TV programmes and films from Netflix, now available over the Internet with your Wii. For a small monthly fee, instantly watch a wide variety of TV programmes and films over the Internet with your Wii. How to Watch Netflix on Your Wii - TechNorms Navigating through your Netflix on the Wii can be frustrating because of how the Wii Remote works. The easiest way to get the most out of your Instant Queue is to control it online through your account as opposed to doing it through the Wii. You can change the order of titles online which makes it easier to watch what you want on the Wii.

If you don't already have a Netflix membership, you can get one directly on the GamePad. Step 4 Enjoy the latest movies and TV shows directly on your Wii U![[File:|File:]]

From the Wii U Menu, select System Settings. Using the Left Stick, scroll to the Data Management and press the A Button. Select Copy / Move / Delete Data. Select the location of the data you wish to delete. Update data and save data are located in each game's folder, but not all games will have update data. Select Netflix and press the A Button. Netflix If you're a Netflix member, you can instantly watch TV shows and movies as part of your streaming membership. Watch as often as you want, whenever you want.

You have to use the gamepad to select titles, but once the movie is running you can turn off the gamepad screen and then resume netflix by using the home button on your Wii remote. And people complaining about auto-off, just change the auto-off time from 1 hr to 2 or 3 hours.

I'm new to Netflix and decided to dig out the Wii U to watch it on upstairs. I'd never used the app before, and didn't realize that it would also play the show on the GamePad by default, not that I'm too surprised. It feels wasteful though, and though I'm probably wrong I wonder if it playing on two screens at once hurts the quality at all.