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Topic # 223807 18-Oct-2017 11:54
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I have set up NextPVR, running on a Windows 7 machine, using an HDHomeRun for Freeview channels and am using Kodi as a front end. While I can see a full 7-8 day EPG directly in NextPVR (just using EIT published data), I can never see more than 3-4 days in Kodi.

 

Is that other people's experience, or am I missing something completely obvious that controls this at the Kodi end?


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  Reply # 1886044 19-Oct-2017 08:48
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Found the answer thanks to a tip from a colleague. It's not a setting under the NextPVR add-in, it's actually under general Settings icon on the main Kodi page: PVR & Live TV Settings / Guide / Days to Display

 

Problem solved. Hopefully this may help someone else.


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  Reply # 1891517 27-Oct-2017 20:08
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I’ve been looking at this combination (NextPVR/Kodi) myself as an upgrade to my Win7MCE.

How is it working out for you? Stability is my biggest concern. MCE has been rock solid over the years so anything else would be a step in the wrong direction.

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