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Topic # 157441 1-Dec-2014 18:30
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Anyone got this working?

We have been using Unotelly for months and all has been good, however they have updated the app and it now buffers every 30 or so seconds.

I'm using VDSL and Unotelly. BBC iplayer & 4OD both work fine.

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  Reply # 1186574 1-Dec-2014 19:17
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I'll check mine for you very shortly. I have same UK set up on my Samsung smart TV with unotelly.





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  Reply # 1186575 1-Dec-2014 19:23
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Great, thanks.

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  Reply # 1186577 1-Dec-2014 19:30
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Working fine here. Snap UFB 200/200





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  Reply # 1186624 1-Dec-2014 20:36
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We're only on VDSL which could be the problem. :-(

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  Reply # 1186641 1-Dec-2014 21:20
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Havent noticed any updates on the TV for it, but just tried playing the jonothan woss show and other than having to endure more ad's than 3 now, it worked ok, but it was playing a totally unaccepable quality stream. Below even the worst option that iplayer gives so it was either backing down because of issues or the stream is just so crap that it wasnt high enough bitrate to bother it.

This is on a poorly performing snap VDSL connection. about 17 down is what I get now.




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  Reply # 1186713 2-Dec-2014 05:00
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Mine has a new UI - more like the new BBC iplayer - it changed about 2 or so weeks back and since then hasnt worked.

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  Reply # 1186742 2-Dec-2014 08:24
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I've never had much luck with ITV player - I'm on VDSL with Unotelly and a Samsung Smart TV.  It buffers for a long time, has lots of ads, and plays with very low picture quality.  BBC iplayer and Amazon instant video are both OK, and BBC works fine in HD.  Easier to torrent what very little ITV content I like to watch

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