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el bandido

Member Since 26 Oct 2012
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In Topic: Blindscan for all models

21 April 2019 - 17:01

The problem is your Zgemma H7 receiver does not have support for North America. Other enigma2 receivers are available that have much better support for North America. 10750 and 11250 l.o. frequencies are supported in some other models of enigma2 receivers that do not rely on DMM blindscan. Research before you buy!
 

It is hard to say what the capabilities or features the Zgemma H7 will have in the future. It is good to see blindscan added almost 3 years after its release, but it will probably take some effort from the manufacturer before this feature works well enough for you to use. Not a bad idea to purchase an universal lnb because it is supported in the H7 DMM blindscan
 


In Topic: Blindscan for all models

20 April 2019 - 19:21

 

Hello, first and foremost, thank you for adding the blind scan function to the firmware. Its a great feature to have.

Will the blind scan plugin be able to work with user defined LNB settings?

I have a ku band satellite dish with an Invacom Qph-031 Quad Polar LNB (circular & linear).

The local oscillator settings we use in North America are shown below.

LOF1: 10750 linear (ku band 11700-12200)

LOF2: 11250 circular (ku band 12200-12700)

Receiver: Zgemma H7.AC

Let me know if there is anything I can do to help and of course always willing to test changes.

 

This lnb will work fine on other enigma2 receivers that have the standard blindscan, but you need to treat it as two separate lnbs instead of trying to make it into one. Huevos went to the trouble to add the 11250 l.o. capability, but this will not apply to Zgemma today.

Looks like Zgemma is also using a different version of blindscan than most other receivers that have this capability. Right now, I do not think c band is supported in the  Zgemma, and I doubt 10750 l.o. is either. Will be interesting to see how this works out over time.


In Topic: TBS 5925

1 March 2019 - 17:54

Where are ACM and 16APSK channels being received?

IMO, TBS 5925 is a good for receivers that have only one DVB-S2 tuner, but it no longer has much of an advantage for most receivers using DVB-S2X tuners.


In Topic: Edision os mio4k multi-lib 32bit 64bit

1 January 2019 - 19:48

None was found or seen, but that does not mean the flash option in that image is not there. Anyway the problem is solved. Thanks.


In Topic: Edision os mio4k multi-lib 32bit 64bit

1 January 2019 - 19:12

 

Is there a way to load a multiboot image into a slot using only a usb stick, Or use usb stick and telnet command?

 

As Littlesat wrote: download the multiboot image zip file, put it on a stick, plug the stick in the box, go to flashimage in the menu...

 

The image the box was shipped with does not have a flashimage option. So another way was needed. I found that ofgwrite works for loading a multiboot image using telnet. (ofgwrite -k -r -m[1-4} /path/to/unzipped/folder)
 

Thanks.
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