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Topic # 126857 22-Jul-2013 13:34
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Hello, We just got our new tbox today, liking it

However when we tried to record stuff on channel 100 and some other channels it doesn't come up with the option to record the series, it just puts the red recording symbol on it straight away, Software bug?

Most of the other channels work fine

Thanks

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  Reply # 863606 22-Jul-2013 14:31
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Sky TV control the series link numbers and EPG data. It's likely they are not providing these on some programmes/channels.

If you send me a DM with the programme names and channels I will raise it with Sky.

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  Reply # 863632 22-Jul-2013 15:17
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Yeah I asked on facebook also and got told this, Ill DM you anyway

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 864187 23-Jul-2013 11:53
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Yeah I noticed the same on channel 26, Choice TV.  Series record does not work on T-box but it works fine on my freeview recorder.

Kirk.

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  Reply # 868769 30-Jul-2013 18:19
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off topic but is vodafone, about to launch t box nz wide via ufb?

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  Reply # 868770 30-Jul-2013 18:21
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kornflake: off topic but is vodafone, about to launch t box nz wide via ufb?


This is something that can't be answered on Geekzone at this stage

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  Reply # 868799 30-Jul-2013 18:38
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so thats a yes :)

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  Reply # 868801 30-Jul-2013 18:40
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or vodafone want to but not sure it will please the comcom in fear of becoming the new telecom of old

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