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    Default au on TP$ fail!


    it seems that au of TP$ on all emu fails!
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    Quote Originally Posted by khan2ton View Post
    it seems that au of TP$ on all emu fails!
    yes confirm stop in ECHHOLINK also.

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    Default Humax 5400 also

    also on humax 5400 tps not more working

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    not only tps au all tps is down i have been chatting on another forum and admins told me this : the encryption TPS use envolves a keychange every few mins so its a waste of time putting in new keys as they change so often. To open up TPS you need to use a key file which i doubt you will find for your particular receiver. Its basically a file that contains all the known keys for that day. They used to be weekley files until TPS changed the encryption and increased the ammount of key changes. Either way its not going to be much use soon anyway as TPS merged with Canal+ a few months back and they will soon be dropping the transmission on Hotbird in favour of the current transmission from Astra 1. They will probably also go over to using the Seca encryption which Canal+ uses. As far as i am aware that is secure at the moment

 

 

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