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# 217883 16-Jul-2017 21:59
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I've started this thread on the plex forums regarding problems kiwi's currently have with PLEX DVR.  

 

If you want to chime in there that would be great.  They improved a lot of the EPG data for Australians as announced here so trying to ramp up some support for them to notice the problems we have in NZ and show us kiwi's some love.  Thanks!


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  # 1823524 16-Jul-2017 22:44
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Apparently you actually have to be a Plex Pass subscriber to get access to those links...


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  # 1823526 16-Jul-2017 22:49
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allan:

 

Apparently you actually have to be a Plex Pass subscriber to get access to those links...

 

 

You have to be a plex pass subscriber to use the DVR... Got me why people pay for half baked solutions. 

 

And you can't even decide if it's worthwhile without paying.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1823528 16-Jul-2017 22:52
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blakamin:

 

allan:

 

Apparently you actually have to be a Plex Pass subscriber to get access to those links...

 

 

You have to be a plex pass subscriber to use the DVR... Got me why people pay for half baked solutions. 

 

And you can't even decide if it's worthwhile without paying.

 

 

Yes, exactly why I was going to have a read frown


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  # 1823721 17-Jul-2017 12:10
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I have Plex pass. What are you using to do the DVR side. Happy to give a try and post.

 

 




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Master Geek


  # 1823746 17-Jul-2017 13:21
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LOL - the purpose of this thread is pretty obvious.  If you don't use plex DVR then it's really no point commenting.  

 

Your most welcome to start another thread about your issues with having to pay for a plex pass and the lack of features you think it has as that really has nothing to do with this thread.

 

 


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