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Old 06-08-2009, 10:11 AM
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N95 8Gb Built-in "Live TV" Option - Can Anyone Help?

There is a "Live TV" service somewhat hidden on my N95 8Gb. Start "Video centre" application that comes with your device then do the following:

Options --> Settings --> Video service selection...

In my device, there would appear four titles named "Video on demand", "Internet videos", "Live TV" and "Web links". On each one of these, you may select what to display on the main view of the "Video centre" application and other settings. "Live TV" is not visible at first as no service is added yet. There two service types for live TV, XMLTV and DVB-IPI. I have tried numerous addresses for these services but ended up facing "Unable to connect to server" errors.

Does anyone know if there are free providers for these services and how I can obtain their addresses?

I would be thankful if anyone can help me.
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Old 08-08-2009, 07:16 PM
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There is a "Live TV" service somewhat hidden on my N95 8Gb. Start "Video centre" application that comes with your device then do the following:

Options --> Settings --> Video service selection...

In my device, there would appear four titles named "Video on demand", "Internet videos", "Live TV" and "Web links". On each one of these, you may select what to display on the main view of the "Video centre" application and other settings. "Live TV" is not visible at first as no service is added yet. There two service types for live TV, XMLTV and DVB-IPI. I have tried numerous addresses for these services but ended up facing "Unable to connect to server" errors.

Does anyone know if there are free providers for these services and how I can obtain their addresses?

I would be thankful if anyone can help me.
I think but can't be sure that you are talking about the Vodafone Live! TV service.

You won't be able to receive it if you don't have a Vodafone SIM and even then only if you have subscribed via (old?) contract to the service.

I wouldn't be tempted to de-brand the phone to remove it because if you do - and if the phone is still in warranty - you will lose all warranty cover.

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Old 10-08-2009, 04:07 PM
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I've never used Vodafone on this device and I'm the first one to use the device. I don't think that this is an operator related function but can it still be? If that's the case, then I'll stop trying to watch tv on this device. Nevertheless Retty, thank you for replying.
 

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