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Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 2:27pm On Feb 21, 2008
it seems this is the best forum in nigeria for any IT programmer.
Guys these are master code for all FTA reciever
Here are The Codes to Unlock p**n or any other need!!!!
for all Pin reqeusted
for any station on strong scramble.just press 6969


Acc……………………, : 0786
Akai…………………….: 9009
Amstrad SilverLine…….: 3472
Amstrad CromLine…….: 0000
Ariza……………………: 0786, 3749, 1668
Asterix/Digibox…………, : 8175
Astra 3472……………….: 6789, 9876
Astrovox…………………: 1668, 1010
Aztech ………………….: 1004, 1111
Amstrad Silverline………, : 3472
Amstrad Cromline………….: 0000
Baff…………………….: 2142
Baftec 8008 Dragon………, : 1668
Benjamin…………………: 1004, 1250
Besat……………………: 8175
Bluejay………………….: 3742
Botek……………………: 5183
Botech 2000-2001 ci……….: 4200
Captive Works………………, : 9876
Citizen………………….: 7604
Cool-sat………………….: 0103
Daewoo…………………, : 8503
Digimaster 4100 FTA……….: 2606
Digimaster 4200 FTA……….: 2606
Digimaster 4300 CI………, : 2606
Digimaster 4400 CIP……….: 2606
Digital and QMax………….: 0325, 0867, 0876
Digital Telecom…………, : 0851, 1004, 3472
Digitel………………….: 0867, 0786
Dizipia………………….: 2142
Druck……………………: 1324, 1424, 1524, 1624
DV………………………: 8503
DWay…………………….: 8503
Echostar…………………: 7604, 2441, 3604
EchoStar…………………: 3453
EchoStar 2200-1200………, : 7604
EchoStar 2110…………….: 3453
Emtech/Jesspen……………: Menu, Installation OK, STB, OK, 9876
Euromax Em 5000/7000CI…….: 2142
Eurostar…………………: 9999
Euro Star………………, : 9949
EuroStar / UroBox…………: Menu Key, Enter 9999 And OK. Press 0000 And OK. Now Changed To 0000.
Fortec Star 5100PLUS………: 1010, 1668, 1002, 1111
Fortec Star LiFETIME………: 1010, 1012, 9966, 6699, 0000
FOrtec Star………………: 1002, 2228, 2002, 2004
Fortec Star 6000………….: 1002
Fortecstar Oneworld……….: 0914
Galaxis………………….: 9949
Galaxy…………………, : 9949
Golden Interstar………….: 2142
Goldmaster SAT-60100………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-60500………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-70500………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-70700………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-80100………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-80300………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-80500………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-80700………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-80900………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-90200………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-90400………: 3453
Goldmaster SAT-7200 FTA……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-7300 CI…….: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-7400 CIM……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-7800 PVR……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-4150 FTA……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-4100 FTA……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-4800 PVR……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9200……….: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9400 CI…….: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9500 CIM……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9600 CIP……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9800 PVR……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-9900 PVR……: 2606
Goldmaster SAT-8150 FTA……: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-8200 FTA……: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-8210……….: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-8300 CI…….: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-8350 CI…….: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-8400 CIM……: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-10200………: 3141-9247
Goldmaster SAT-10210………: 3141
Goldmaster SAT-11300 CI……: 9247
Goldmaster SAT-11400 CIM…, : 9247
Goldmaster SAT-15400 CIM…, : 9247
Goldmaster SAT-16000 ……, : 1600
Goldmaster SAT-16300………: 1600
Goldmaster SAT-16500………: 1600
Goldmaster SAT-17000………: 1700
Humax 5400 Master Code…….: Press the menu and go to installation menu and press red key & green key & yellow key & blue key & white key and 0 Now Pin code changed to 0000.
HUMAX F1-C1………………: Menu - status - STB Status - ok -press UP button at the Front panel - i - press the button contain ( ? ) press yellow button - exit now your Receiver return to 0000
Hyundai………………….: 0325, 6962
Hyundai 1100 MCOM…………: 1004
Kaon…………………….: Left to Right press Red, Green, Blue and Yellow buttons
Kaon…………………….: Press Yellow key, Enter 0000
Press Blue 2 times, Press Green 2 times, Press Red 2 times, Press Menu key.
Kaon…………………….: Yellow, Blue, Green, Menu
Kyoto……………………: 3453
Lazer……………………: 3141
Lorans…………………, : 1250
Mediacom MFT 930I…………: 5347
Mediacom MFT 910I…………: 1250
Mediacom EXEL…………….: 1250
Mediacom MCI Elite………, : 7777
Metabox 1-2-3…………….: 1004
Megastar 700 FTA………….: 2606, 3141
Megastar 800 CI…………, : 2606
Megastar 800 CIM………….: 2606
Megastar 700 FTA………….: 3141
Natvision………………, : 1668, 1010
Neosat…………………, : 1631, 6805
Neosat Old SX 9600………, : 3472, 3478
Neosat SX-9800CI………….: 2580, 3842
Neosat New 9600…………, : 8510
Neosat 9800I……………, : 2142
Neosat 9800CI (old)……….: 8510
Neosat…………………, : 1631, 6805
Next Wawe………………, : 8503
Next 8000xcam…………….: 4132
Next gri seri…………….: 0000
Next plus serisi………….: 8503
Next 5000 serisi………….: 1234, 1004
Next siyah seri…………, : 0000
Next 3000A……………….: 0000
Next 3000AP………………: 0000
Next 1000 (STAR1 )………, : 5183
Next 10001 PLUS:………….: 3453
New QMA X………………, : 0325, 0867, 0876
Nokia 9800-9860…………, : 1234
Nokia 9200……………….: 147258
Nokia 9600……………….: 1234
Oliverstar……………….: Press The Menu Key And ENTER 9999, Press OK.
Onwa X2 FTA………………: 3141
Onwa X3 FTA………………: 2606
Onwa X4………………….: 3141
Onwa X5 CI……………….: 2606
Onwa X7 CIM………………: 2606
Onwa X9 PVR………………: 2606
Onwa X2 FTA………………: 3141
Onwa X6 CI……………….: 3141
Onwa X13 CIM……………, : 3141
Onwa X23 CIM……………, : 3141
Opensky………………….: 0786
Opentel………………….: 0937, 3472
Pace…………………….: 9949
Pansat…………………, : 1668, 1010
Pengamin…………………: 1250
Radix……………………: 9815
Redliner 9500 CI………….: 1001
Roadmaster……………….: 7787
Samsat…………………, : 0937
Samsung…. ……………, : 0235, 7777
Samsung 702………………: 9911
Samsung 202 SVACI…………: 1631
Samsung Model DSR 2000…….: Press Menu Key, Go To System Setup And Go To System Information, Enter 0000.
SanyoSat 5400-5700-7000……: 3472, 2374, 3724, 1250, 6893
SanyoSat Viaccess…………: 7176, 2606, 1470, 2441
SanyoSat (Plus) 5000-9000….: 2606
Satcruiser……………….: 3742
Skyview………………….: 9876
Sky X……………………: 0103, 1004
Smart……………………: 3472, 6934
SonicView SV-1000……: 2242
Spark 1100……………….: 1004
Spark 3000 Magic………….: 2441
StarPro………………….: 5889
Starsat………………….: 1234, 1361, 1999, 9876
Startrack………………, : 0786
Strong…………………, : 0235, 0325, 1361, 0735
Strong FreeCam……………: 0235, 0735
Sunny……………………: 2580, 7777
Sunsui…………………, : 0937
Super Lazer 20000/1000…….: 2142
SuperMax…………………: 8503
Superstar………………, : 2142
Taplin…………………, : 3453
TechnoSat………………, : 3724, 2374, 7176, 2606, 1470, 2441, 3724, 1250, 6893
Teleman………………….: 7176, 1973
Tokyo……………………: 3472
Topfield…………………: 2999, 2606
Topfield 3100 FEI…………: 2606
Topfield 3000 CIPRO……….: 2606
Topfield 3000 CIPPRO………: 2606
Topfield 3100 CIPPRO………: 2606
Topfield 3100 FI………….: 2606
Topfield 3100 FE………….: 2606
Topfield 3300 F…………, : 2606
Topfield 3030 F…………, : 2606
Topfield 4000 PVR…………: 2606
Topfield 5000 PVR…………: 2606
Topfield 5300 CI………….: 2606
Toshiba………………….: 1048
Urobox…………………, : 9999
Vestel…………………, : 8277, 929526
Viewsat………………….: 0937, 3570
Viva…………………….: 0786
Vortec…………………, : 2002, 7777
Wisplus………………….: 5030
Xrica X5………………….:2613
YuMaTu x-200……………, : 8888
YuMaTu 9500………………: 8503
YuMaTu 5500-8000………….: 2441
Zinwell………………….: 8888
if you cannot find yours contact me on +2348035385753 +2348078120085 +23427511545
Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 2:55pm On Feb 21, 2008
you can change MYTV or any other Screen logo from your strong decoder. by folowing this simple step
Please download the two following files in a new directory of your hard disk drive:
all you need is just download
strong loader
at http://www.strong-technologies.com
Uploaders
SRTLOADER_Software_Uploaders_Middle East & Africa.exe and save it as SRT4651X.exe

Softwares
SRT4651X.stb

Prepare the RS232 Cable (9 pin DIN Crossed Way) and connect it between PC and the receiver

Open the SRT4651X.exe file and choose the Firmware option to download the main software

Browse the file SRT4651X.stb and click Connect


Switch On the receiver. Download will start showing on the display =001, =002 ---- = 100

When it is finished, the decoder with display shows 0000
Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 3:17pm On Feb 21, 2008
Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 4:00pm On Feb 21, 2008
SCHOOL OF FREE TO AIR

BASIC THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW FOR BEGINERS
BEC, Coship, Vistar, Zinwell, Pansat, DMT, SA, ProSat, and the list goes on and on!
Where did all of these receivers come from? While the U.S. and Canadian Cable industry distributes their programming largely via products sold by Motorola and a few others, the rest of the world chose the MPEG-2 format. Granted, even though, the Motorola Digicipher II has some MPEG-2 attributes, it nevertheless remains a totally proprietary platform. Who has chosen MPEG-2 as a platform? Dish Network, Scientific Atlanta, and the rest of the world. Even DirecTV is a early version of MPEG-2. MPEG-2 is a digital platform that allows several digital broadcasts to be compressed onto one frequency or channel. Without MPEG-2, Digicipher, or other compression platform, it would not be possible to have direct broadcast television services like DirecTV or Dish Network. Equally important is the way the programmers get the their product to their retail outlets such as DBS and cable. They too have chosen compressed digital transmissions largely due to cost. PAX on GE-1 is an example of this.

What does MPEG2-FTA mean? MPEG stands for Moving Picture Experts Group. It is a method for compressing data. FTA stands for "Free to Air"- meaning that the signal is not encrypted with conditional access. . Smart Cards or Conditional Access Modules, are generally used to decode scrambled signals.

MPEG-2 is not an encryption method although encryption can be added. Dish Network uses the Nagra system of encryption, DirecTV uses a News Data system, and full view big dish primarily uses the Digicipher system. Transponder time has become so expensive that with the exception of the preachers, the Indecency channels, and the home shopping networks, it doesn't make sense to place only one channel on one frequency. With HBO, and Discovery Networks planning 25 channels each, it would take over two C-Band birds to air their material the old fashioned analog way.


WHAT CAN BE SEEN ON MPEG2-FTA?

FTA or "Free To Air" simply means that the signal is not encrypted. Most cable type programming is encrypted. Occasionally programmers may turn the scrambler machine off and you can see a channel or two with an MPEG-2fta receiver. You will never see Time Warner cable programming, i.e. CNN, HBO in fta mode in the U.S, CNN, and other international news channels, are available to viewers around the world in free to air mode, but not to the U.S,

In the U.S. there are a number of channels that are available via MPEG-2 FTA receivers that have indicated that they plan to remain in the clear or are believed to intending to stay clear. These include Saudi TV, Abu Dhabi, Thai TV, Kuwait TV, Syria TV, Taiwan, Iran, and as we go to press, Bloomberg TV all on Telstar 5, ku, which can be received on a .7 meter dish. The list changes now and then but these and more can be seen today.

GE-1 is the home of a bouquet of channels from Paxton Communication's PAX TV. PanAmSat 9 at 58 degrees west is home to the RTP, EWTN, CCTV China, NHK, Deutche Wella, an Arab bouquet in PAL, and a channel from Colombia. Some of the channels from the middle east have scrambled but their feeds to Australia remain in the clear. These feeds use the PAL format but a receiver like the BEC will convert the picture to NTSC, the North American format. MPEG2 FTA feeds are numerous and more and more are being added every day. The economics of compression, allowing more than one service on each frequency dictate that we will see more. Every time another satellite fails, and they are failing, we see the prices of transponder time go up. A couple of thousand dollars an hour for a better bird are not unusual for part time use.

WHERE DO YOU FIND LISTINGS OF WHAT IS AVAILABLE

The answer is simple, you find it on the Internet. There are two sites that are very good. Every day Christian Lyngemark spends a few hours updating information from every broadcast satellite in the world from his office in Sweden. His site is supported by advertisers. He relies on information from the programmers and satellite owners plus an army of volunteer spotters located around the world. His lists aren't always up to date or totally accurate, especially since many of the services go to great lengths to hide their feeds, but he is a very good detective. Christian's site is <http://www.lyngsat.com> lists everything from HBO to Solo Tango. A competing site is <http://www.satcodx.com> with similar lists.

WHAT IF YOU ARE NOT ON THE INTERNET?

Today, unless you live in an area with no phone access, there is no excuse for not being on the Internet. Even the DirecPC is available through DirecTV. Starband is available from Dish Network, and Pegasus Express is available from Pegasus that use satellite rather then phone or cable lines. Most people still use the slower dialup services because of their lower cost.

THE SECRETS OF PROGRAMMING AN MPEG-2 FTA RECEIVER

Most receivers come programmed with just a few channels or a couple of satellites. Since most receivers are made for the Asian markets it is not unusual to see satellites such as AsiaSat programmed into memory. Fortunately, all receivers come with the ability to delete programming. Taylor Enterprises is now able to program their receivers with most of the stations viewable in North America making them "plug and play". This is a special service they offer for their customers only. With most MPEG2-FTA receivers, programming is done via the remote control. Fortunately, once the information is entered, the information is stored into the receivers memory.

Originally the receivers required users to calculate L-band frequency, PID, FEC and to manually enter this information into the receiver. Today much of this is automatically calculated by most receivers. Most receivers require only two items be entered, the frequency, and the symbol rate.

For an example I am going to program a bouquet on T5-ku to illustrate how most MPEG-2 FTA receivers work. I have gone to <http://www.lyngsat.com> on the Internet. There I selected Telstar 5. I have scrolled to a group, we call them a bouquet, of SaudiTV, Palestinian, Dubai, Jordan, and other channels plus some radio stations. All of these channels are compressed onto one transponder. I know that I can receive this bouquet because column five indicates that the signal is MPEG-2 and no scrambling system is noted. No mention is made if Digicipher, Viaccess or IRDETO or other scrambling methods. PowerVu is a Scientific Atlanta system and can sometimes be received with MPEG-2 FTA receivers. At the bottom of the page I see that all MPEG-2 non scrambled listings are highlighted in a light yellow color. The last column tells the direction that the satellite sends the signal, i.e. Conus is Continental U.S., West is Western Hemisphere, East is Europe and so on. You usually wont see a "East" beam in the USA, although I have had some soccer fans claim they have seen some East beam transmissions with the right combination of antenna and beverage.

Typically most receivers program starting with the downlink frequency. Looking at the Lyngsat chart we see that is 11898 Mhz and this frequency is programmed into the first line in our example. This is simply the downlink frequency of the transponder . A few receivers like the Vistar require that the frequency be entered as 11898000. The next item that is typically required to be entered is the LNB L.O. freq. This is the local oscillator frequency of the LNB, which is located out at the antenna, that allows the received signal to be converted into a usable signal within the receiver. Domestic U.S. C-Band L.O. frequency is 5150 and Ku band is 10750. In our case T5 is ku so 10750 is entered. The latest receiver enter L.O. freq under a satellite setup and may note it elsewhere on the setup page. The receiver uses these two frequencies to calculate the L-band frequency that all receivers use to tune the channel. The next figure entered is the Symbol Rate. This is the rate the size of the digital package transmission, akin to a modem bit rate. This figure can be anywhere from less than 5000 to over 40,000. This figure is entered but be sure that you get the numbers in the right place. You may have to begin the entry with a 0 to make it work right, i.e. 6000 may have to be entered as 06000. In the case of our T5 example we can see from the forth column that the SR is 20000. The 3/4 is the FEC and is automatically calculated by most receivers. To see how a specific receiver is programmed, such as the BEC, take a look at my web page at <http://www.mpeg2fta.com>.

The PID rate, package identifier, and the FEC, Forward Error Correction, which corrects bit errors, are automatically calculated by most receivers. Some receivers also allow for manual PID entry allowing some signals with incomplete data stream information to be watched.



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Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 4:12pm On Feb 21, 2008
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i got all this solution just read the forum you will find the solution have already posted it at free to air satalite in this forum,for more question call me at +2348035385753 +2348078120085 +23427511545
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Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 4:15pm On Feb 21, 2008
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Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 8:18pm On Feb 21, 2008
guruofsat:

you can change MYTV or any other Screen logo from your strong decoder. by folowing this simple step
Please download the two following files in a new directory of your hard disk drive:
all you need is just download
strong loader
at http://www.strong-technologies.com
Uploaders
SRTLOADER_Software_Uploaders_Middle East & Africa.exe and save it as SRT4651X.exe

Softwares
SRT4651X.stb

Prepare the RS232 Cable (9 pin DIN Crossed Way) and connect it between PC and the receiver

Open the SRT4651X.exe file and choose the Firmware option to download the main software

Browse the file SRT4651X.stb and click Connect


Switch On the receiver. Download will start showing on the display =001, =002 ---- = 100

When it is finished, the decoder with display shows 0000




Those whose receivers have already been patched (as many are in Nigeria) are NOT advised to download official Strong software into their receivers. In that respect only the 'Software Uploader' may be useful to upload keys or later patches/software.
Re: Free to Air codes by FMarshal2(m): 8:27pm On Feb 21, 2008
@Guruofsat, There is no info on free Internet via Satellite on that site. I just spoke to a representative from the Galaxy website. shocked
Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 4:11pm On Feb 22, 2008
hello Enigma
for me i reprogramme the strong decoder,iam just telling you if you wish to.thatis the

solution for those who didnt know on how to do it.like mind if i put on the decoder it

appear my customize logo my company LOGO.you can also do it very simple just felow the

step.thanks
Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 5:24pm On Feb 22, 2008
hello F_Marshal

sorry the solution is not out yet.i will give you the details,is hard little.but when i get

the full detail i will post it here step by step to find it easy for those who did not know

much about programming .because its include programming

you can also watch dstv mytv hitv free,depending on the programme you know,have not be

sucessfully know the programme code very well,if iam ok with the research i will surely send

the solution maybe this end of this month but you must have smartcard dongle to enable you

to programme for free later i will hit you all.great nigeria call me if you like for more

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Re: Free to Air codes by guruofsat(m): 5:28pm On Feb 22, 2008
there is FTA on dstv position now,you can call it trendtv,6 free station,just insert FQ 11747 h 27500.
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 7:18pm On Feb 22, 2008
Hi Guruofsat
you do seem to know much about this fta mpeg2 stuff. but i don't understand your first post. i have a strong decoder. so what do i do with those keys u posted for strong? do i just enter 6969 and then try any one of those keys to see if it opens a scrambled channel? that would be the bomb though.
got another question for you, i posted it on the original FTA thread on this site, but got no response. everytime i check on the net, i see keys for unlocking certain satellite tv systems e.g. art, showtime, e.t.c. but how in God's name are they inputted into the decoder to get them to work. yes i know u type in t8282 0r 8280 to bring out the different menus but how does one progress from there? cos there are several vertical columns numbered 1 to 200 and then the horizontal columns for you to put in the codes. i guess what i'm asking for is a detailed step by step guide on how to input keys into a strong decoder. your help will be most appreciated.
Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 8:48pm On Feb 22, 2008
Those keys do not open any channel. You will rarely need a master code for a receiver; indeed you will only need a master code if you do not know the regular code or if something has gone wrong with your receiver. Most people never have or need to use their receiver's master code.
Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 9:02pm On Feb 22, 2008
everytime i check on the net, i see keys for unlocking certain satellite tv systems e.g. art, showtime, e.t.c. but how in God's name are they inputted into the decoder to get them to work. yes i know u type in t8282 0r 8280 to bring out the different menus but how does one progress from there? because there are several vertical columns numbered 1 to 200 and then the horizontal columns for you to put in the codes. i guess what i'm asking for is a detailed step by step guide on how to input keys into a strong decoder. your help will be most appreciated.

1. For a start, I don't think you can get Nilesat which is the satellite on which you find Showtime and ART (or otherwise Badr 26e or even Hotbird); so keys for the Showtime or ART packages are of no use to you.

2. The one station in Naija for which most people can use a key is eTV on 68e (same satellite as MyTV)

3. How to insert keys will depend on your particular receiver; but you need to know some basics as explained below.

(a) TV providers who encrypt use different encryption systems e.g. Nagravision, Conax, Viacess etc
(b) Some of these encryptions get compromised and 'keys' become available for some providers
(c) For a particular provider that is compromised you need to know the encryption system e.g. eTV uses Nagravision; you then need to know the Provider's ID (a kind of identifying code) e.g. 2011 or 2111 for eTV; you then have to know the particular 'active' key.
(d) You then enter the keys into your receiver; however, first of all your receiver must be 'patched', which means it must have the right kind of software; (official software is normally useless for this purpose).
(e) You enter the key into the correct space for the particular provider (using its correct ID), in the right encryption section (e.g. Nagravision), and in the right format i.e. 'hex' or 'dec' (in rows of 2 characters or rows of 3 characters).

From here, to be able to help you further, you need to state what satellite(s) you can currently receive and what provider/channels you want to watch.
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 2:18pm On Feb 25, 2008
hi Enigma,
I did post a similar question on the FTA thread and u gave me some answers so I do know something about FTA now, but I sorta need to fine tune this knowledge.
let me give u some background:
I have a strong srt4651 with which I receive nilesat and nss7. l beliee the stations on nss7 are not available. but nilesat does include art and showtime the keys for which as I said earlier are occasionally available online (irdeto keys).
now let's say I get these keys as a string of alphanumerics, I know I hae to press 8282 to bring up the menu for entering keys. but this menus are arrange in ertical columns numbered one to 200. with different proiders listed on the horizontal rows, and sometimes (actually most times) some providers have more than one vertical row. now what is confusing me is does each vertical column correspond to a channel number or if I enter irdeto keys once I don't have to repeat it again and all the channels it can unlock just comes alive? also is the procedure the same for hex keys.
Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 6:11pm On Feb 25, 2008
OK Gangsta

Cool that you get Nilesat.

First, I don't think there are any currently working keys for Art/Showtime. For when keys become available and how to enter them into your receiver, I will like you to do something: please take a picture (maybe with your mobile phone) of the display on your TV screen of the Keys menu page (after pressing 8282) of your receiver. The reason is that I do not remember the menu system of the Strong receiver offhead and I do not have one at present.

On the other hand some general info:

1.The columns usually relate to a Provider (e.g. DSTV, MyTV, HiTV, Showtime, ART)
2. As you know, each provider has several channels
3. The Key for a Provider goes on one or two lines (most of the time and rarely more than that)
4. That means your receiver probably allows for keys of up to 200 Providers
5. Keys can be entered in two formats: Dec format will be something like this - Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep Bleep; the same key may be in Hex format e.g. xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx; Mathematicians will tell you that those two keys are identical apart from the format i.e. dec or hex (Edited and modified)
6. You then have to work out which format your receiver allows, hex or dec; which determines the format in which you must obtain the keys.
7. For the particular provider, you must know the Provider's ID which you enter in the same slot as the keys to let your receiver associate the keys with the provider; e.g. Showtime's ID in many receivers is 0604.

Have a look at the keys menu again in light of this info and see if it makes better sense.
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 8:44pm On Feb 25, 2008
Thanks for the info enigma. i'll get back to you as soon as i can. still at work so i can't check up on all you wrote untill tomorrow.
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 7:24pm On Feb 26, 2008
these are the pics as promised. had to zip them cos I am posting this from my pda. sorry about the picture quality, taking a picture of a TV screen is no easy.

Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 8:52pm On Feb 26, 2008
Gangsta

Ok and very good; the Strong receiver is laid out similar to the Technomate that I'm using so it should be easy to walk you through it.

The first thing you should do is use the cursor to keep moving right from No 1 (where it starts) through the numbers until you get to a slot that says 'CAS - Irdeto'. In fact, I see from one of your pictures that slot no 2 says Irdeto/Betacrypt, that also can be used for Showtime (if it becomes necessary); but the first thing is to see whether any of the Irdeto slots already has ident 0604 --- if you find one like that, that is the one to use for Showtime.

If you don't find any Showtime specific slot, you can (a) use any existing free/unused slot for Showtime by selecting CAS Irdeto and entering 0604 for Ident and when keys become available you enter the keys; or (b) convert any of the other Irdeto slots to Showtime by entering 0604 for Ident; or (c) convert any other slot e.g. by using cursor to change CAS from say Seca to Irdeto, enter Showtime's ident and keys when those become available.

PS Note that by moving the cursor around on any of the slot you can change or tailor the information on that slot: e.g. slot 1 that has 'CAS - Seca' can be changed to 'CAS - Irdeto' etc by using the cursor (i.e. up/down/left/right keys).

In the meantime are you using keys for any channels at all at present, e.g. eTV?
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 10:01pm On Feb 27, 2008
Enigma
actually i'm not using keys for anything right now. i wanted to get a smaller dish to face east so i could start getting etv since i am not able to get my current dish mototrized, but my installer can't be bordered to come around to get it done, and i am also busy as hell at the moment.
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 9:17am On Mar 02, 2008
Guruofsat

Those codes u posted haven't been able to unlock anything for me yet. what are they supposed to be used for?
Re: Free to Air codes by guente(m): 12:20am On Mar 07, 2008
Please can someone tell me how to construct RS232 Cable (9 pin DIN Crossed Way) cable i want to uise it to download Strong SRT4651X firmware into it. Please also tell me the sourrce of the cable. ineed to use it now Urgently.
Re: Free to Air codes by guente(m): 3:06am On Mar 08, 2008
Hi Gangstar

please can you teach me how to construct the rs 232 cable i want to download The Firmware into my SRT4651X reciever. and tell me the setting of my com port 1 or 2 setting for this to work
Re: Free to Air codes by Teejay07(m): 12:17pm On Mar 08, 2008
Hi Everyone,

I just hope I could get someone in here who could assist me.

I have a Strong Decoder on which I subscribe to My Tv. The guy that did the installation convinced me to buy a smaller dish (than the one that came with MyTv) and install along with the original one such that I can enjoy Nollywood. This I did. Recently, Nollywood repositioned their servces, and I called my guy in to sort out the issue. He repositioned the dish and scanned the stations again.

Now, I have a total of 132 Channels on the decoder. However, I can only view 46 channels.

Now, the issue is that some of the channels on the decoder show a dollar sign ($) in front of them and indicate that they have been scrambled. IS THERE ANYONE IN THE HOUSE HERE THAT CAN HELP WITH A CODE OR SOLUTION ON HOW TO UNLOCK THESE CHANNELS. These channles have very strong reception - 86%, whereas some of those that I catch on MyTv are just like 18%.

Infact, the channels I would like to watch out of the said channels are as follows:


MM2; Ch O, SS Max; BBC F; SS3; SS1; MM 1; MNet W; CRIME; SSsel; Dsny; SABCA; Actio; MTV B; BBC W; SS2; SS10; Mstar; BBC P; MNet E; HallM; EuroN; ESPN; CNN; MTV; B4U; Boom; SS6; SkyN; SS7; SS5; SSuspen; Metro and EuroS,

Please is there anyone able to help.

Thank you.
Re: Free to Air codes by Enigma(m): 2:14pm On Mar 08, 2008
MM2; Ch O, SS Max; BBC F; SS3; SS1; MM 1; MNet W; CRIME; SSsel; Dsny; SABCA; Actio; MTV B; BBC W; SS2; SS10; Mstar; BBC P; MNet E; HallM; EuroN; ESPN; CNN; MTV; B4U; Boom; SS6; SkyN; SS7; SS5; SSuspen; Metro and EuroS,

That looks like the DSTV package which you can only get for now by subscribing.
Re: Free to Air codes by Teejay07(m): 7:05pm On Mar 08, 2008
@Enigma,

then that mean I have to get a DSTV Smartcard. And, anytime I want to watch those channels I would have to remove the MyTv smartcard I believe.

Thanks for ur reply.
Re: Free to Air codes by obedz(m): 8:05pm On Apr 07, 2008
does anyone have cheats for dstv ?, like maybe watch free channel or sumtin?, u know nw, na Nigeria we dey  grin grin
Re: Free to Air codes by Gangsta101(m): 2:17pm On Apr 08, 2008
Hi guente,
sorry it took me a while to get back to you, i haven't checked up on this thread for a while now.
i personally don't know how to create an rs232 cable but u can always find such info on the net. i once saw a tutorial on an FTA site with a detailed description for creating one, but i caan't find the site anymore. what i do know is that the rs232 cable required for the strong decoder is a 15 - 9 pin setup. u can check out the connection listed on this site http://www.hardwarebook.info/Modem_(9-15) i hope it can be of help to u, that is if you can somehow lay your hand on the necessary components. all the best.
Re: Free to Air codes by onnet: 8:12am On Apr 10, 2008
tel me more pls,
Re: Free to Air codes by fasone(m): 12:52pm On May 07, 2008
go to people selling computer/electronics parts, ask them for 9 pin female ( with holes) serial/com plugs, not molded ones. the 9 pin at the back of PCs are male because they have pins. remember pins (male) must go into holes ( female). you need to do some soldering or ask that electronics man near your house to do it for you. get some flexible but insulated wires, connect pin 2 of the first female plug to pin 3 of the second, the pin 3 of the first plug to pin 2 of the second, then pin 5 to pin 5 of the second. you have crossed rs232 cable.remember connect the ground(metallic parts) of the two plugs together.
for you to test, connect it btween your receiver and your pc, use hyperterminal service in your windows xp, vista.switch off and then on your receiver, the software version of your receiver will be displayed in the hyperterminal window.if u run into problem ,let me know.

i have a cable that i built myself and i downloaded the software but haven't use them because i don't really know what the software upgrade will do to my strong
4651x receiver, any one to help?
Re: Free to Air codes by lysaa(f): 12:56pm On May 07, 2008
some pervs! err!
Re: Free to Air codes by azeezbaba(m): 4:39pm On May 13, 2008
@ Guruofsat

Pls, wat are the codes for and how are they used?

I got the one for strong but i dont know wat to do wit them. I have a STRONG SRT 4653x receiver, how can i use this codes 0235, 0325, 1361, 0735

Hope to hear from u.

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