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  # 1368353 18-Aug-2015 09:00
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Did you remember to un-check the Set Automatically option?

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  # 1368417 18-Aug-2015 10:05
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Jase2985: Josh

Any chance of more details/pics of the DLNA side of things on the freeview plus boxes


At the moment we are still working things out, The feature is right there however been on my unit I have been having trouble so getting screenshots will not be viable anyway however I will check with the team to when they will be working on something in terms of a firmware release and will get back to you. The T2200 only has DNLA  (T2100 does not) also the S8200 has this feature as well




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  # 1368516 18-Aug-2015 11:53
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peejayw: Did you remember to un-check the Set Automatically option?


Yup but the GMT offset option remains greyed out :(

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  # 1370484 19-Aug-2015 19:36
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staticnz:
peejayw: Did you remember to un-check the Set Automatically option?


Yup but the GMT offset option remains greyed out :(
I have mine set to custom time zone and +12.00 but I still have set automatically checked .

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  # 1371244 20-Aug-2015 22:47
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LGSAM:
staticnz:
peejayw: Did you remember to un-check the Set Automatically option?


Yup but the GMT offset option remains greyed out :(
I have mine set to custom time zone and +12.00 but I still have set automatically checked .


Well haven't figured out the time issue, however I have managed to manually tune all the channels on my 2014 LG which is great! For others reference, I'm in central Auckland and used these frequencies:

530000
570000
642000
746000

If you're somewhere else, try auto tune while on NZ setup and then make a note of the frequencies under the manual tune screen for each set of channels - that worked great for me!

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  # 1377311 31-Aug-2015 19:50
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Anyone bringing the IceTV Skippa to NZ?  Looks interesting.. 3 Tuners, Ad Skipping, FreeviewPlus.. Seems to be a good TiVo replacement.


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  # 1379371 3-Sep-2015 19:39
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I recently bought the T2100 for $123 bucks.

Even though I am using HDMI cable, why is ondemand not in hi def? Is it a problem at their end ?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1379453 3-Sep-2015 23:46
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RustyViewer:Even though I am using HDMI cable, why is ondemand not in hi def? Is it a problem at their end ?

It never has been in HD and I very much doubt it ever will be.

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  # 1379458 4-Sep-2015 01:10
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RustyViewer: I recently bought the T2100 for $123 bucks.

Even though I am using HDMI cable, why is ondemand not in hi def? Is it a problem at their end ?


Adaptive Streaming... The better the internet connection, the higher the quality, I have tested using VDSL and the OnDemand Apps 3Now and TVNZ offer near HD quality




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  # 1379476 4-Sep-2015 03:54
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joshhill96:
RustyViewer: I recently bought the T2100 for $123 bucks.

Even though I am using HDMI cable, why is ondemand not in hi def? Is it a problem at their end ?


Adaptive Streaming... The better the internet connection, the higher the quality, I have tested using VDSL and the OnDemand Apps 3Now and TVNZ offer near HD quality


Yes they use adaptive streaming but  they are maxed out at a certain bitrate, and not in HD resolution





 


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  # 1381263 7-Sep-2015 17:16
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It was almost a waste of money then. Why have this "great" new product which delivers less than what we already have?

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  # 1381298 7-Sep-2015 18:51
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RustyViewer: It was almost a waste of money then. Why have this "great" new product which delivers less than what we already have?


Are you talking about FreeviewPlus or the box itself?




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  # 1411552 23-Oct-2015 10:22
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My 2014 LG WebOS TV got an update the night before last and can now get Freeview Plus!




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  # 1411709 23-Oct-2015 11:26
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n4: My 2014 LG WebOS TV got an update the night before last and can now get Freeview Plus!


Hi what model do you have ?

Cheers

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  # 1411715 23-Oct-2015 11:33
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LGSAM:
n4: My 2014 LG WebOS TV got an update the night before last and can now get Freeview Plus!


Hi what model do you have ?

Cheers


LG 55LB650V




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