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# 209014 9-Mar-2017 11:40
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Calling out to VF Fibre X customers that have VF TV ( T-Box) how are those boxes performing these days? Has Vodafone ironed out the bugs with it.





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  # 1733588 9-Mar-2017 11:47
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Mine have always worked fine, guess im the exception. But I find less use for it these days - we dont do much live pause, the content from sky is pretty average at best. I don't believe it's really worth it anymore.





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  # 1734890 11-Mar-2017 17:15
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Seems to be okay for me. I just watch TV and record and watch shows. Sometimes the picture can show some pixellation but that could be a signal issue.

 

It's really slow though - takes a few seconds to respond to menu command or even channel change. There is a firmware pending message on the screen but for the life of me I don't know how to activate it. I have restarted the box a few times and nothing happens. Maybe I should leave what's working okay alone?





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  # 1734928 11-Mar-2017 18:17
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That banner on the guide is talking about The Vodafone TV app for mobiles, not Set top box.





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Well if I go to the Vodafone website it says the latest software release is v3.5.2 and mine is 3.13 so there is an update pending but I have no idea how to update my recorder.




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  # 1734961 11-Mar-2017 19:14
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3.5.2 is old. Your version is correct :) what is the link where you saw this and I will have it updated.




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  # 1734963 11-Mar-2017 19:23
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ZollyMonsta: 3.5.2 is old. Your version is correct :) what is the link where you saw this and I will have it updated.

 

 

 

http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Vodafone-TV-SKY/Vodafone-TV-software-v3-5-2-and-Vodafone-TV-App/td-p/144879

 

 

 

But the release I am running seems very slow and channel change takes ages. But it does have the paired device option





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lchiu7:

 

ZollyMonsta: 3.5.2 is old. Your version is correct :) what is the link where you saw this and I will have it updated.

 

 

 

http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Vodafone-TV-SKY/Vodafone-TV-software-v3-5-2-and-Vodafone-TV-App/td-p/144879

 

 

 

But the release I am running seems very slow and channel change takes ages. But it does have the paired device option

 

 

Change the channel faster by using 3 numbers - Eg enter 001 instead of 1, 011 instead of 11, pad it to 3 numbers. When you don't use 3 numbers it waits a few seconds to see if you're going to use more numbers


 
 
 
 


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Yabanize:

 

lchiu7:

 

ZollyMonsta: 3.5.2 is old. Your version is correct :) what is the link where you saw this and I will have it updated.

 

 

 

http://community.vodafone.co.nz/t5/Vodafone-TV-SKY/Vodafone-TV-software-v3-5-2-and-Vodafone-TV-App/td-p/144879

 

 

 

But the release I am running seems very slow and channel change takes ages. But it does have the paired device option

 

 

Change the channel faster by using 3 numbers - Eg enter 001 instead of 1, 011 instead of 11, pad it to 3 numbers. When you don't use 3 numbers it waits a few seconds to see if you're going to use more numbers

 

 

 

 

That works pretty well. I had no idea. Thanks





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  # 1743003 17-Mar-2017 20:53
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still.... its a bit sluggish and still sometimes locks up.

 

This according to my mother who has one and when I go around there I certainly feel fustrated when using it. 

 

 


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