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Topic # 248026 7-Mar-2019 14:18
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Hi I cannot get choice tv on demand to work it keeps telling me I have the wrong browser how would I chang it to google chrome cheers


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  Reply # 2193022 7-Mar-2019 14:23
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You aren't meant to use the browser for OD. But the built in apps

 

 

 

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Reply # 2193080 7-Mar-2019 14:56
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Hi thank for your reply but I donot have the app for that tv channel showing in my list


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2193101 7-Mar-2019 15:30
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Choice TV has no app. It's browser based viewing only.




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Reply # 2193103 7-Mar-2019 15:35
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Hi thanks for that info I just need to find out how to get a browser that works as the one that is pre loaded does not do the job

 

cheers Tom


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  Reply # 2193178 7-Mar-2019 18:07
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I'm not aware of any way that you could change the in-built browser on on Panasonic dmr-hwt260 recorder. Your best option for Choice TV would probably be to use a Chromecast on your TV and then cast the Choice TV web page (and player) from a PC or mobile phone etc to your TV.


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