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Thread: gtv decorders

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    Thumbs up gtv decorders


    hi sat family,ever since gtv went bankrupt i've got my dish and decorder just lying idle.does anyone has any ideas on how we can re use them.they cant just waste like that.ciao

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    Default Gtv free stuff

    free channels in g.t.v go 2 menu then instalations then across to fta then select, tick the transponders and scan. u wil watch the likes of mbc1, mbc3, go africa, arvin, tvm madagascar, tvm unknown, rodrigues e.t.c thanx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malikxz View Post
    free channels in g.t.v go 2 menu then instalations then across to fta then select, tick the transponders and scan. u wil watch the likes of mbc1, mbc3, go africa, arvin, tvm madagascar, tvm unknown, rodrigues e.t.c thanx
    That is if decoder was active at gtv shut down.

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    Default which satellite.

    hi cogil,i tried yesterday to scan the channels but not enough signal.the decorder was active.give some info on what sat to scan on and what frequencies to add.gday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malikxz View Post
    free channels in g.t.v go 2 menu then instalations then across to fta then select, tick the transponders and scan. u wil watch the likes of mbc1, mbc3, go africa, arvin, tvm madagascar, tvm unknown, rodrigues e.t.c thanx
    hi malikxz,on what sat did you scan the channels and what are the settings.gday

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgewamba View Post
    hi malikxz,on what sat did you scan the channels and what are the settings.gday
    Hi georgewamba, gtv,was on eutelw3a ,and obviosly the fta channels to scan are on the above mentioned sat. just go to menu,fta scan,tick on the frequencies then scan.Good morning.

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    Cool GTV Decoders now work on Free2view


    Quote Originally Posted by gkogolah View Post
    Hi georgewamba, gtv,was on eutelw3a ,and obviosly the fta channels to scan are on the above mentioned sat. just go to menu,fta scan,tick on the frequencies then scan.Good morning.
    We now have exciting news for those who lost their window to the world when GTV folded, you can now use your GTV decoder to watch Free2view So dust off your GTV find the remote, get an installer to point your dish at Sirrus 4 (Astra 4A Frequency 12565 FEC 3/4 Pol V SRate 30000) , watch your decoder come to life as the new software downloads and you switch on with a once off cost with a Free2view Switchon Voucher.

    http://www.free2viewtv.tv

 

 

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