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I m thinking to buy a digitv subsciction,
I d like to know if is still absolutly necessary use that subscriction with original decoder or if exists any way to use original card in other devices.
thank u for your answares.
thank s for your answare,Originally Posted by Max_Max
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But if i understand there is no way to use original digitv cards without digtv's recivers..is it right?
rightBut if i understand there is no way to use original digitv cards without digtv's recivers..is it right?
ok, thank u allOriginally Posted by nirolf
The Digi Tv smartcard can be used in Dreambox receivers but for this you need to know the box key that marry's the decoder with the card.Obtaining the box key is a difficult procedure and cannot be done by amateurs.
Hi Safetron1, do you have the kindness to explain how to find the box key ?
I think , if I'm paying the 14,40 Euros on month for the card , have to get the joyness to use it in the Dreambox too...Hyunday is a Shitbox...You've right ,may be is complicated , but is there possible to damage something ? Or PM a link to figure it out ! Thanx M8 and enjoy your Weekend. By.
In witch country do you live? Do you have a sat package offer in your country?Originally Posted by Minitechnikus
I'm living in Germany. There are in Europe , from England to Spain and from France to Hungary maybe many hundredtousends of roumanian emigrants who are paying and receiving the DIGI TV programs.Everybody knows this thing.The leadership from DIGI TV are informed about too.Is that in your opinion illegaly ? I'm not complaing about the provider but the receiver... Regards.
You can watch Premiere in Dreambox with original card?
Of course . In Humax too . I've got it already.
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