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Topic # 182606 22-Oct-2015 21:50
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Hi. 

Took my MySky Box to Whangamata, doesn't detect any channels. Probably the LNB Settings. Did something dumber and left remote behind. 

Have a Galaxy S6 which has a raft of universal remotes. I grabbed Peel and grabbed a few of the options for Sky Set top Boxes, but no option is doing anything. 

Anyone got this working and able to specifically tell me what exact settings they used to get thier smart phone working with MySky please? need to get working so I can watch the Mighty AB's on Sunday, but also so my kids can watch the stuff we recorded for them.

HELP.

Thanks in advance .


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  Reply # 1411434 22-Oct-2015 22:20
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Ok I have found it's a pace tds850nnz which I found two remotes on the play store which will work.... Last problem to overcome.... No setup button on any of them! Need Setup to change LNB, unless someone knows another way?


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  Reply # 1411449 22-Oct-2015 22:56
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Try tv button immediately followed by the 3 button in quick sequence. It used to work for me

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1411462 22-Oct-2015 23:18
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Thanks. I bought Smart IR App for $8 and it had a setup button in the additional features. LNB Changed, everything working!

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  Reply # 1411466 22-Oct-2015 23:42
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Bit late, but if in a normal FTA area? Prime show it live too :)



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  Reply # 1411468 22-Oct-2015 23:47
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Oblivian: Bit late, but if in a normal FTA area? Prime show it live too :)


I didn't know that. However, all sorted now thanks. Is prime in HD? What commentators?

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  Reply # 1411472 23-Oct-2015 00:31
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Oblivian: Bit late, but if in a normal FTA area? Prime show it live too :)


I didn't know that. However, all sorted now thanks. Is prime in HD? What commentators?


Prime not in HD, uses same simulcast as Sky Sport (feed) incl. commentators

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