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To install TV Addons for Live TV channels, we recommend installing the Config Wizard in Kodi. Attached is our video tutorial on how to do this on Kodi that's running on Amazon Fire Stick, although you can use this same process for any device that's running Kodi.
I have century links so called high speed and sometimes they slow even that down and I could not even sign intonetflix even when I hardwired it. I got it to work smoothly by running Netflix thru my computer, I'm using my TV as my monitor and now Netflix works great and then I got a roku and I no longer need satellite TV.
Sorry but I've never heard of a DIGITAL ANTENNA, ALL antennas are ANALOG NOT DIGITAL, and yes you will be able to tune in some TV stations if you live close enough of TV stations that still transmit ANALOG signals, with a GOOD VHF/UHF antenna you can have good reception and viable TV time... (best of all it's FREE)
There are differences in the frequencies used in NZ and Australia and this is why you cannot pick up ALL digital stations in Australia.
Example: NZ uses PAL B @ VHF and PAL G @ UHF AUSTRALIA uses PAL B @ UHF and this is why the channels differ.
I would think the only way to get round this problem is to buy yourself a terrestrial set-top box or satellite box and then you will get all digital stations.
I have a motto: Always buy your TV in the country you live in. It would be like me taking a UK TV to France - the systems are different including the digital channels. Put this down to experience - you've learned the hard way!
Silly me! I needed to hold down the mode button on one of the gazillion remotes you get and magic happened! I could see the GUI. As for the Internet Radio, now I can see where to enter in the IP address and proxy so I will give that a try and get back to you all.
This is going to be a setting in your scanner program. The scanner does not have to load in your systray when your computer starts to work. This just makes it respond a couple of seconds quicker, but slows your computer down every time it starts. Never put things in your systray unless you use them constantly. Things by your clock are things that are always running. This slows your computer down.
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