Anyway, I have another issue - VTV app fails channel search - whether it’s automatic or manual, as soon as it is initated it stops and comes back to start window of app. The same happens with VIM2_Nougat_vTV_V170930 firmware.
I have tried with DVB-T (Lithuania) antenna plugged in.
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And one more thing - can I make VTV app not autostart when Android boots up? I want to launch it myself when wanted.
----- I will add one setting option to let user can choose auto start or not for next version release.
Thanks, applying current version of DVB_Patch (or to be specific - 0003-DVB-fixup-application-quit-abnormal-while-DVB-T-T2-C.patch) solves the issue
I was able to build Nougat with Google Apps, SuperSU and VTV I ran DVB-T scan in Lithuania, got the channels found and it works. Also tried recording broadcast - all smooth.
We really need a way to add AC3 support for audio stream. Otherwise there is not so much use having S/PDIF port
As I understand this will be solved. When can we expect new version? Any plans to open source it?
As yet we don’t have sources of VTV app probably there is no way how to integrate OSCam, Ccam or any other software based (CONAX-like) decoder? I have USB smart card reader which I would like to use for decoding DVB-C stream.
Along with other nice ARM-based devices I do have X Solo mini3 set-top box which runs on OpenPLI. Under this Linux-based system extensions are available (like OpenWebif interface) and one very valuable is softcams - OSCam can be added and it works very nice Can we have something similar with VTV app?
Thanks, I can access menu Now I need to figure the way how to add my cable provider keys from smart card. I’ll maybe have OSCam server running on my OpenPLI powered device and will try to get Khadas VTV’s CCam connecting to it.
Another issue DVB-C scan did not find any channels… Is it expected if all channels are encrypted? Shouldn’t they be found anyway? Channel scan set to All.