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Topic # 199184 7-Aug-2016 21:19
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We've just moved into a brand new house, without satellite or UHF installed. I think satellite and UHF are not the future, live streaming is, so I would like to do everything via internet.
I know about Freeview On Demand, but that still requires a satellite or UHF.

 

In our area we would require a satellite, so still no HD too.

 

What are my options? I've looked at an Android TV box, but the TVNZ app is only supported on selected Samsung tablets (??). Neither are there apps for Kodi that will help me.

 

Or do I really need to buy a satellite to get live TV?


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  Reply # 1606099 7-Aug-2016 21:41
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Try this one work well

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=151&topicid=198716




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  Reply # 1606140 7-Aug-2016 22:58
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vijaynz:

 

Try this one work well

 

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=151&topicid=198716

 

 

OMG you are my hero. It works flawlessly. My wife is jumping through the house :D


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