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  # 1797191 9-Jun-2017 11:17
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Ha! I am such a noodle! I swapped the satellite cable to the other tuner co nection socket and it has the channels now. My next question is how can I watch YouTube, neon, Netflix etc on it? I currently have it connected by ethernet cable to the modem. Thanks.

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  # 1797307 9-Jun-2017 13:57
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You will need to check with whoever supplied that Openvix image if YouTube etc has been installed.


Try the blue button to bring up installed plugins.


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  # 1797330 9-Jun-2017 14:48
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i wouldnt expect to use youtube neon netfix through openvix though

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  # 1797627 10-Jun-2017 10:40
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Only if its loaded, if not the Op will have to load himself

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  # 1797952 11-Jun-2017 10:22
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Where can I find out about how to use the plug in I have - both player (which seems to have oodles of options, including BBC iplayer) and Kodi and openwebif (all a foreign language to this newbee). And can I get something that allows me to view the BBC iPlayer programs? (Presumably I need to hide my NZ location?) Cheers

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