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In Topic: [Germany-Austria-Switzerland] Service Refs Changed / update required

18 November 2015 - 13:20



Use FlashLine (the actual provider of the content is a company called GIB-Solutions AG, but the local service provider is our local electricity company who call the service FlashLine)



In Topic: [UK] BBC One HD and ITV 1 HD to add

29 May 2015 - 21:35

Cool, thanks. Now ITV is populated (London as the regional version was correct, by the way)

Nice weekend,

In Topic: [UK] BBC One HD and ITV 1 HD to add

29 May 2015 - 10:24

For ITV1 you definitely have to import the UK source.

BBC1 is also included in almost every package.  However some time ago it is accidentally renamed BBC1HD.uk.  This is not referenced to any channel.

Returned the name to its original name BBC1.uk


The service references are included in the channels file.




PS:  You can try to import after lunch.

Hi Willy,


BBC one HD is now showing - thanks :-)


But ITV 1 HD is still empty, unfortunately. (I have imported the UK channels). On their website (www.itv.com), this channel is listed as simply "itv".


Thanks in advance,


In Topic: [Vu+ Duo2] - endless loop after watching recording

10 February 2015 - 07:46

No, I only have one Sundtek USB tuner, in additon to the two built-in DVB-C tuners.


I'll see if I get the other issue (as regards the Sundtek tuner, which is not playing nicely with the built-in Tuner B) fixed first, and then see what happens.

In Topic: [Vu+Duo2] Tuner B resetting to DVB-T after reboot

9 February 2015 - 18:51

Hi, yes this is what I did.


I have noticed that when I remove the Sundtek USB tuner, the two internal tuners (A and B) behave themselves, and are correctly set to DVB-C - and they remain this way.


When I re-install the Sundtek (on Tuner C), then the fun starts. If I set Sundtek to DVB-C, then Tuner B gets upset and switches to DVB-T. If I set Sundtek to DVB-T, then Tuner B is happy again and sets itself to DVB-C.


I think I had better also register with Sundtek, and post there, see what they say.


Thanks !