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Topic # 239884 9-Aug-2018 09:56
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I've recently set up my new XBOX One S, and tried to use the TVNZ app. I get an error message that I'm the wrong region. I'm not using any VPNs or DNS servers. I see on this FAQ site that there was an error which made it crash after an update. I don't know if this is a related issue. Are there any other Xbox One users that the app doens't work for?


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  Reply # 2070473 9-Aug-2018 09:59
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What is the home region for the microsoft account you're logged into xbox with?  Maybe try create one that's definitely NZ and login with that?




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  Reply # 2070483 9-Aug-2018 10:13
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Hmm, good point, I don't actually know. I'll have to check.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2071204 10-Aug-2018 11:58
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Strangely enough, I just tried it again last night and it seemed to work fine. I didn't change anything, it just worked. The quality is pretty average. There doesn't seem to be anyway of picking a higher quality stream either. Youtube videos look a lot better.


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