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# 140934 24-Feb-2014 22:03
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I have a openbox x5 and a paid subscription to sky.
I wish to use this as a second decoder in bedroom with the card from main "mysky" decoder in living room.
I get the free to air channels, but the paid subscribed channels say "channels scrambled"
I belive I need to set up a Cccam/cline file but I dont know what I need to type into it to get the channels unscrambled in open box. can some one please help me to under stand how to get this to work?

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  # 993698 24-Feb-2014 22:13
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Dont you already have a thread running on this ?

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  # 993823 25-Feb-2014 08:08
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You've already started a thread on this.

Once you start playing with things like this which can be borderline in terms of legality, you'll find that people tend to keep things to themselves. Lots of people run 3rd party hardware for Sky and have spent a lot of time and effort learning how things work. After investing time and effort into learning about this they typically then don't go around gloating about it.

If somebody wants to help you they'll probably reply - if they don't they won't.

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