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#270330 4-May-2020 16:06
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Hi everyone,

 

First post here..

 

 

 

I would like to use my old Vodafone TV Gen1 as a stand alone. I cancelled my Vodafone Tv subscription and I stil have it.

 

Apparently, it needs to be connected to a broadband account...

 

It is possible to upgrade/hack it to use it as the Gen2 ones?

 

 

 

Thank you


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  #2476499 4-May-2020 16:45
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Hi

Gen 1 units cannot be used on Standalone.

These units belong to Vodafone and should be returned.

Cheers
Grant




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  #2476514 4-May-2020 17:01
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Gen2 units are cheap as chips these days


 
 
 
 


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  #2476545 4-May-2020 17:59
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ZollyMonsta: Hi

Gen 1 units cannot be used on Standalone.

These units belong to Vodafone and should be returned.

Cheers
Grant

 

What do Vodafone actually do with returned devices? Because customers always seem to get new ones.


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  #2476562 4-May-2020 18:01
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Yabanize:

ZollyMonsta: Hi

Gen 1 units cannot be used on Standalone.

These units belong to Vodafone and should be returned.

Cheers
Grant


What do Vodafone actually do with returned devices? Because customers always seem to get new ones.



They’re refurbished and re-deployed.




Check out my LPFM Radio Station at www.thecheese.co.nz cool


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