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Wannabe Geek

#198716 20-Jul-2016 02:22
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Check this out, many thanks to TeamX 



A working EPG would be the ultimate

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  #1807089 26-Jun-2017 16:44
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updated with Tv1 + TV2





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  #1809897 30-Jun-2017 21:37
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Tutorial by Matt H nameless who can't be posted here but deserves credit (edited from original)


To set up in simple pvr kodi


From the KODI Main Menu, navigate to Add-ons -> My Addons -> PVR Clients.
Scroll down to PVR IPTV Simple Client and select it.


If you do not have the "PVR Clients" menu or the "PVR IPTV Simple Client" listed:
Navigate to Add-ons -> Add-on Browser -> Install from Repository -> All Repositories -> PVR Clients -> PVR IPTV Simple Client. 

Then click Install. Then continue with the below steps.


Now select "Configure".


Under "General", set the "M3U Playlist URL" to:


Move to "EPG Settings" and set "XMLTV URL" to: http:// removed (google matt freeview xml to locate the address of the xml playpath)


Move to "Channel Logos" and set "Channel Logos from XMLTV" to: Prefer XMLTV


Then select "OK".

Now simply Enable the add-on.
(If the add-on is already enabled, disable it, and then re-enable it)


You might need to restart kodi for it to refresh




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