Series Streaming Video Help
Help for generic Android devices
Android devices are capable by default to play a certain number of video file formats, but with some internet video streaming services the playback is not easy.
Usually the streaming services providers uses FLV or MP4 formats and a lot of Android devices work just fine with MP4 but can't play directly the FLV files usig the default videoplayer.
Selecting a MP4 "1 Click" stream, Series Streaming will open an internet browser page showing the video player and all you have to do is wait few seconds e sometimes, if the video don't start automatically, just press the play button.
If you want to watch an episode without any MP4 "1 click" stream available you can try with a FLV stream, but the browser will try to download the video because recognize it as a generic file instead of a video file.
When the download ends if you want to play it you'll need to Download a free custom video player from Play Store.
Help for Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX
Kindle Devices are based on a custom Android distribution so the situation is quite similar to other Android devices.
After last Amazon update, on every Kindle device when you select an MP4 "1 click" stream, Series Streaming will call Silk (the Kindle's default browser) to show a page with the video player and all you have to do is wait few seconds and sometimes, if the video don't start automatically, just press the play button.
If you want to play also FLV "1 click" you have to Let Silk download the FLV and then play it with a custom player like MOBO player.