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  # 1595943 21-Jul-2016 02:12
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This supposed teamx release, is a rip off of jonc''s

 

"mx kiwi live tv" for Kodi

 

The streams are from a legal paywalled service for NZ .

 

this is going to screw things up for legit users of the service where the streams are sourced from.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1595944 21-Jul-2016 02:50
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and take a look at the snapshot

 

https://postimg.org/image/lrg26wwzf/

 

months ago

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1596101 21-Jul-2016 11:41
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Wow, it's pretty easy to find out where this is coming from. It's pretty amazing that the provider didn't bother authenticating their streams...

 

 

 

Almost could say they deserve it.


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  # 1597282 23-Jul-2016 15:26
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ripdog:

 

Wow, it's pretty easy to find out where this is coming from. It's pretty amazing that the provider didn't bother authenticating their streams...

 

 

 

Almost could say they deserve it.

 

 

I was shocked too when i seen who was behind most of the streams.. wow.


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  # 1597286 23-Jul-2016 15:33
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haydenmarsh:

 

 

 

I was shocked too when i seen who was behind most of the streams.. wow.

 

 

 

 

Who is it?








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  # 1597287 23-Jul-2016 15:35
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solaybro:

 

haydenmarsh:

 

 

 

I was shocked too when i seen who was behind most of the streams.. wow.

 

 

 

 

Who is it?

 

 

http://www.etv.org.nz/

 

then there's a few of the official streams, from official sources i.e. Bravo is from the Mediaworks stream on tv3.co.nz.


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  # 1597536 24-Jul-2016 01:54
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Why shocked , why all the drama?

 

The rules around copyright usage are different for educational facilitys. Its a not open to the general public , the service behind a wall for educational access. Just they havnt protected the stream very well

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1606266 8-Aug-2016 11:27
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Is watching these streams legal?


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  # 1696321 29-Dec-2016 20:48
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I'm a bit lost on this and the youtube and web links are dead.  I have installed the zip file, but a bit lost from there.  Does this still work I Kodi?


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  # 1696332 29-Dec-2016 21:09
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freitasm:

I assume these plugins use pirate streams, and as such, those die from time to time.



Probably one of the main reasons why kodi isn't taken seriously, or supported officially by any broadcasters..




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  # 1696335 29-Dec-2016 21:15
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davidcole:
freitasm:

 

I assume these plugins use pirate streams, and as such, those die from time to time.

 



Probably one of the main reasons why kodi isn't taken seriously, or supported officially by any broadcasters..

 

Thanks Mauricio & David, this was recommended by a friend and although it seems a bit dodgy it seemed to be the best collaboration of online streaming services in NZ & Worldwide.  I really hope someone in NZ comes up with some kind of combined streaming app/service for free NZ content as it is all just too fragmented currently in my opinion.  I'm looking at My Freeview, but having a bad experience with the original devices am quite sceptical.


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  # 1696338 29-Dec-2016 21:25
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etv shut down the unauthorised use of their streams a few months ago


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  # 1696426 30-Dec-2016 09:12
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pjamieson:

davidcole:
freitasm:


I assume these plugins use pirate streams, and as such, those die from time to time.




Probably one of the main reasons why kodi isn't taken seriously, or supported officially by any broadcasters..


Thanks Mauricio & David, this was recommended by a friend and although it seems a bit dodgy it seemed to be the best collaboration of online streaming services in NZ & Worldwide.  I really hope someone in NZ comes up with some kind of combined streaming app/service for free NZ content as it is all just too fragmented currently in my opinion.  I'm looking at My Freeview, but having a bad experience with the original devices am quite sceptical.



A supported device is probably the only way at then moment.. some sort of smart tv (does Samsung still have the Tvnz exclusive deal?)




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  # 1696565 30-Dec-2016 18:38
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www.apsattv.com/kiwitv.m3u

 

Is a legit legal playlist for NZ tv yoiu can add it in playlist loader or simplepvr on Kodi

 

TV1 and TV2 will have legit legal streaming next year. Hopefully in January

 

As for the Kodi addon ETV made changes which the addon maker didn't know how to fix ;-)

 

 


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