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mĀORI+ Help

Why can't I update my MĀORI+ app on my Android TV/ Google TV?

Our new version of the MĀORI+ app has been launched, You will need to uninstall and reinstall the MĀORI+ app from the Google Play Store.

Which devices can I watch MĀORI+ on?

To watch content on MĀORI+ you need to be connected to the internet and running the latest operating system. To experience the best of MĀORI+ content from anywhere, anytime ensure you are on the latest version of the app.*

*Please note: Due to content rights, some content may not be available outside Aotearoa.

How do I set up my Chromecast to view MĀORI+?

Why can't I connect with my Chromecast?

If you can't connect the MĀORI+ app to your Chromecast device, follow these steps:

  • - Check that your Chromecast dongle/MĀORI+ app is on the latest version.
  • - Check that your device and Chromecast dongle are both on the same network.
  • - Try uninstalling then reinstalling your MĀORI+ app.
  • - Try resetting your Chromecast.
  • - Check that you have a strong internet connection when trying to access MĀORI+. You can run tospeedtestto check.

When using AirPlay the show doesn’t playon MĀORI+. What do I do?

If you are experiencing issues with MĀORI+ using AirPlay, follow these steps:

  • - Check your iPhone/iPad has the latest version of the MĀORI+ app.
  • - To check this, open the App Store and go to the Updates tab to check for updates
  • - Connect both your iPhone/iPad and your Apple TV to the same WiFi network.
  • - To check if this is the case: On the Apple TV go to Settings General Network. On your iOS device go to Settings WiFi
  • - Try connecting your Apple TV via Ethernet to the router if WiFi does not work
  • - If you are unable to see the AirPlay icon, try the following steps:
  • - If trying to AirPlay to your Apple TV, ensure that AirPlay is enabled on your Apple TV.
  • - You can enable or disable AirPlay on Apple TV in the AirPlay menu: Settings> AirPlay
  • - Check to make sure Internet or network connectivity is working on all affected devices.
  • - Check to make sure you are not using AirPlay in mirror mode. If you are in mirror mode, you will need to close the MĀORI+ app, stop AirPlay on your device and then relaunch the app.
  • - Now you will then be able to select the AirPlay icon within the MĀORI+ app.

Having problems watching MĀORI+ on your Android mobile/tablet?

If you are experiencing issues with MĀORI+ on your Android mobile/tablet. Follow these steps:

  • - Check that your device/MĀORI+ app is running the version.
  • - Check that your Google Play Store is set to New Zealand.
  • - Check if the app works with 4G data.
  • - Check that your internet is working.
  • - Try uninstalling then reinstalling your MĀORI+ app.
  • - Try restarting your device.
  • - Check that you have a strong internet connection. You can run a speedtest to check.

Having trouble watching MĀORI+ on your iOS device?

If you are experiencing issues with MĀORI+ on your iPhone/iPad. Follow these steps:

  • - Check that your device/MĀORI+ app is running the version.
  • - Check that your Google Play Store is set to New Zealand.
  • - Check if the app works with 4G data.
  • - Check that your internet is working.
  • - Try uninstalling then reinstalling your MĀORI+ app.
  • - Try restarting your device.
  • - Check that you have a strong internet connection. You can run a speedtest to check.

Having playback issues on Apple TV?

If you are experiencing issues with MĀORI+on Apple TV. follow these steps:

  • - Check that your internet is working.
  • - Check that your Apple TV device/MĀORI+ app is running the version.
  • - Try uninstalling/reinstalling your MĀORI+ app.
  • - Try restarting your Apple TV device.
  • - Check that you have a strong internet connection. You can run a speedtest to check.
  • - Check if you can stream on other streaming services

Having trouble watching MĀORI+ on your PC/MAC?

If you are having trouble watching MĀORI+on your PC/MAC? Try following these steps:

  • - Check your PC/MAC is running the latest browser version.

Please note:maoriplus.co.nz is supported on these browsers – Windows: Chrome, Firefox, Edge | MacOS: Safari, Chrome

  • - Try clearing your caches and cookies. Windows: Chrome, Firefox, Edge | MacOS: Safari, Chrome
  • - Trying accessing maoriplus.co.nz using a different web browser from the one you’re currently using.
  • - Check your internet connection. If your internet connection is slow or intermittent, it will cause problems streaming our videos.

What do the classifications (such as G, PG or M) mean?

Some programmes on MĀORI+ have a classification to help you understand the nature of the content and whether it is suitable for you and your family.

We use the following classifications:

[G] - Approved for General viewing (Arowhānui: Kua whakaaetia mō te mātakitaki a te katoa)

[PG] - Parental Guidance is recommended for young viewers ( Tohutohu ā-Matua: E tūtohua te Tohutohu ā-Matua mō ngā kaimātakitaki tamariki ake)

[M] - Suitable for mature audiences 16 years and over. (Ngā Kaimātakitaki Pakeke: E tika ana mā ngā kaimātakitaki pakeke 16 tau, pakeke atu)

[16] - Suitable for 16 years and over. (Kaua e mātakina e te hunga i raro i te 16 tau)

[18] - Suitable for 18 years and over (Kaua e mātakina e te hunga i raro i te 18 tau)

If programmes are more likely to offend, we may provide additional warnings using the following classifications:

[C] - Content may offend (Ka mōrihariha pea ngā ihirangi)

[L] - Language may offend (Ka mōrihariha pea te reo)

[V] - Violence may offend (He whakarekereke kei roto)

[S] - Sexual material may offend (Ka mōrihariha pea ngā ihirangi hōkaka)

Please Note: Classifications are not required for News, Current affairs or Sports programmes.