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Topic # 58054 5-Mar-2010 14:29
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Away from a PC for a few days & want to set a remote record but can't see the tv guide on
my iPhone as it's in flash.

Searching around I see there's a great app for Sky UK but none for us in NZ?

Anyone know of one or a suitable work around?

Cheers

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  Reply # 304781 5-Mar-2010 14:43
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grayskull: Away from a PC for a few days & want to set a remote record but can't see the tv guide on

my iPhone as it's in flash.



Searching around I see there's a great app for Sky UK but none for us in NZ?



Anyone know of one or a suitable work around?



Cheers



This is something I've been itching to do for a while, and the only workaround I've got is using the logmein.com app to open a web browser, with flash, at home and do it from there. Sure its as fiddly as hell, but its better than nothing.

In the mean time, just do what I do and pester app developers!

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  Reply # 304990 6-Mar-2010 12:23
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i use a dreambox for sky, i forwarded a port on my router to the dreambox webinterface, works no problems with the wap browser on my n95 and i can book recordings using the webinterface

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 305091 6-Mar-2010 21:38
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Hopefully they are working on their own APP...

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  Reply # 305112 6-Mar-2010 22:46
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We all need to spam skys email address asking for it that will help




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