Wednesday, October 28, 2020

DStv not working on MXQ pro 4K Android TV box

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  • #37674
    androidtvbox
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    Please help me, I have a brand new MXQ Pro 4K TV Android box and DStv now is not working. I tried version 1.81. It says not compatible. Anyone can help me with this?

     

    #37675
    April Slaney Lawrence
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    If it’s the DSTV I’m looking at that app is 4 years old. It’s not meant for new devices although I’m guessing since it’s a MXQ Pro it’s just a new old device??
    And even then being that old it’s doubtful it would even work anyways

    #37676
    Jacques Symington
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    Install Aptoide en kry dstv app, gaan na older versions. Dino 2.17 behoort te werk. Indien nie trail en error maar tot jy by regte een kom

    #37677
    Frans Buitendach
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    #37678
    Frans Buitendach
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    Ockert.. Stuur my jou email adres.. Sal die regte link mail vir..

    #37679
    MoBuildz Code
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    Dstv now will not work on non certified android.but you can still install the old version 2.1.11 and register to certify your Android device from Playstore

    #37680
    MoBuildz Code
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    #37681
    MoBuildz Code
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    IF YOU GET THE NOT CERTIFIED ERROR….

    1. Open play store. search Device ID app. Install it.

    2.Once installed open the app and copy the code in the second line called “Google Service Framework (GSF).”

    3. In google chrome on you laptop or wherever go to this link https://www.google.com/android/uncertified/ (this is a link google created to allow people to certify their devices)

    4. Enter the GFS id and click register.

    5. All done now you just need to go a clear the cache and data for the Play Store App and the DSTV now app. This is usually under apps>manage apps>installed>google play store

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