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    Default sattelites available in the Philippines...


    Sirs, I need help. what other sattelites packages are available in the philippines aside from DreamTV? provided that they are hackable with a micro-x 4500 fta receiver. i would like to experiment with other sattelites but dont know what packages are going to fit for my receiver. Thanks in advance...

    p.s. i tried to look at lyngsat, but i dont understand the encryption thingy...

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    It seems that you are already experienced with sat hacking?
    so if you do not understand the encryption mentioned in lyngsat then it CANNOT BE HACKED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bme
    if you do not understand the encryption mentioned in lyngsat then it CANNOT BE HACKED.
    Yes. You are 100% right

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    so far, only dreamtv is the viable satellite to view (in terms of supposed paid viewing) and there are FTA channels available on other sats (if you are interested in chinese or other languages) but these requires separate, and much bigger dishes and lnb's. so stick with Agila2 for now.

    what do you mean when you say you don't understand the encryption thingy in lyngsat? it only states there the encryption method being implemented on a specific channel or package. that's all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph
    so far, only dreamtv is the viable satellite to view (in terms of supposed paid viewing) and there are FTA channels available on other sats (if you are interested in chinese or other languages) but these requires separate, and much bigger dishes and lnb's. so stick with Agila2 for now.

    what do you mean when you say you don't understand the encryption thingy in lyngsat? it only states there the encryption method being implemented on a specific channel or package. that's all.
    i just dont know the way the encryption works. i mean i dont have knowledge about the encryptions. thanks for the reply...Ü

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    This is a good place for newbies to Satellite.

    http://www.duwgati.com/








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