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  # 2374582 13-Dec-2019 09:54
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Well the sooner someone comes up with the new smartvu apk the sooner the prime stream source can be shared on other softwares.

 

I know, how about i ask dishtv the stream source..! yeah right

 

 


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  # 2375005 13-Dec-2019 19:28
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Apsattv:

 

Well the sooner someone comes up with the new smartvu apk the sooner the prime stream source can be shared on other softwares.

 

I know, how about i ask dishtv the stream source..! yeah right

 

 

 

 

 

 

They've done some tweaks to the APK to obfuscate the code and try to hide the URLs. Running it via a router with packet sniffing enabled might allow us to identify the stream URLs.





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  # 2375022 13-Dec-2019 20:09
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Is it this link?

 

http://43.224.120.99:8080/prime/prime_1000k.m3u8

 

 

 

This isn't from the APK but streams via e-cast

 

I can monitor network traffic on my smartVU when I get back home Sunday if required to confirm

 

 


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  # 2375036 13-Dec-2019 20:45
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I'm well aware of the ecast stream link but thats not really for the general public. I doubt smartvu are using that link as the smartvu one should be an official one not  a 3rd party url, as part of the freeview service as announced by prime/sky.

 

 


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  # 2376046 15-Dec-2019 23:32
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only managed to get part of the url so far, just the host, need to try get an SSL cert installed on the box unless someone else has an idea

 

primetv-prod.akamaized.net

 


d38thhtbc3g3fc.cloudfront.net

 

 


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  # 2376048 16-Dec-2019 00:14
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Interesting

 


d38thhtbc3g3fc.cloudfront.net
primetv-prod.akamaized.net

 

thanks for that

 

catchup streams from prime on primes website are using https://skynz.akamaized.net

 

 


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