A lot of TVs still lack built-in smart TV capabilities, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a streaming content experience. One of the easiest options for connecting older TVs to the world wide web is with third-party streaming devices. 

Based on the device you choose, you can access plenty of streaming services, including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Videos, without having to spend on a new television. 

If you think connecting TV to the Internet requires a lot of technical skill, you are wrong. Most of the time, the only skill expected out of you is the ability to connect a USB stick.  

Method 1: How to Make a TV WiFi Capable Using the Streaming Device of Your Choice

Streaming devices are by far the simplest way to enjoy streaming content on an HDTV that lacks smart capabilities. They plug into an HDMI port and get power via a standard outlet. Some of the most popular third-party streaming devices for non-smart TVs are Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick.

Method 2: Use HDMI Port to Mirror Screen

This may seem like the easiest way to make your TV smart. All you have to do is connect your Desktop, Laptop, or even Smartphone to the HDMI port of your TV and mirror the screen. We recommend this method if you are looking for a cost-effective solution. All you have to do is to make sure that you have a subscription to the favorite streaming service purchased.

Method 3: How to Get Internet on TV using BlueRay Player or Gaming Console

You’ve already got everything you need to stay connected to the internet with your console. From Sony’s PlayStation 3 to Microsoft’s Xbox 360, consoles from the latest generations feature Wi-Fi connectivity built-in.

On the other hand, though Blu-ray players are a fantastic way to watch movies, they’re sometimes plagued by difficulties. If you have an older model, you may not have access to the internet. But if you manage to get the latest one, then streaming is not going to be an issue.