Get all paid channels on the free to air box Free of charge (Unscrambler software)

Get all paid channels on the free to air box Free of charge

When you do a scan of the existing channels on StarTimes/GoTV/Freeview dvb-t or dvb-t2 and any other decoder, you will realize that many channels are pay TV channels. Pay TV channels are encrypted and require a smart card to decode. They are labeled with  $ or € or £ sign and whenever you try to watch them they say scrambled channel. This means that you have to subscribe before you can view them. These channels are called subscription-only channels and are only accessible to customers of pay TV, companies that offer extra content over the Freeview or free to air systems.

But how can these scrambled channels be viewed on a Free to air box or freeview TV set?

To unscramble scrambled channels, you needed to have box known as “digital TV unscrambler box” which is illegal or not allowed to use in some countries. Thanks to advancement in technology, now you don’t need to have it. If your decoder has a Usb or memory card slot, you can upgrade its software to Unscramble all available Digital TV channels.  This way you will be able to view over 100 TV & radio channels, all subscription free.

How to upgrade free to air box with this digitalTV unscrambler firmware

Download the Unscrambler Software here. DOWNLOAD LINKS

Direct download 1.

  1. After downloading this firmware, save the files to a usb flash disk or memory card.
    Turn on the tv box and insert your usb disc.
  2. Using your tv box remote control, press menu and select software upgrade >via usb
    A dialog will pop requiring you to confirm.
  3. Press ok to confirm upgrade and wait for it to upgrade. (This process takes about two minutes to complete.) NB. You can also return your decoder to its factory or original settings any time if you wish.
  4. When upgrade completes, switch the box off and on again and perform an automatic scan and you will be amazed to see that all the channels that were previously marked with $, € or £ are now unbscrambled and accessible free of charge.

 

NOTE: If anything goes wrong you can factory reset your decoder.
"My Decoder Doesn't have a USB bot"
If your decoder doesn't have a USB port, you will need to open it. 
If you are a computer hardware geek, go ahead - using the SATA USB slave the 
motherboard of the Decoder and install the software from your laptop. The motherboard
has a port for SATA USB.

If you don’t have a TV, download the smartphone app which can enable you watch Tv shows, series, movies, News etc. Install the telegram app and join this telegram channel to download: THE LINKS @thethelinks or click here 

 

  • Helpful

  • Note: Some users have reported ‘no match file’ error on some decoders. Here is how to fix it. Make sure that you unzip the downloaded DTB firmware ZIP folder and only copy the .bin file in the folder into the flash drive you want to use. Another fix is too, and this was given by one of the users,

  • Reuben Dsouza

    it is saying file to large to update

  • T Kais

    Download DTB FirmWare to Unscramble Decoders for free

    http://patch-recepteur.blogspot.com/2017/08/download-dtb-firmware-to-unscramble.html
    Get all paid channels on the free to air box Free of charge

    When you do a scan of the existing channels on StarTimes/GoTV/Freeview dvb-t or dvb-t2 and any other decoder, you will realize that many channels are pay TV channels. Pay TV channels are encrypted and require a smart card to decode. They are labeled with $ or € or £ sign and whenever you try to watch them they say scrambled channel. This means that you have to subscribe before you can view them. These channels are called subscription-only channels and are only accessible to customers of pay TV, companies that offer extra content over the Freeview or free to air systems.

  • T Kais

    Download the DTB FirmWare to Unscramble Decoders for free

    http://patch-recepteur.blogspot.com/2017/08/download-dtb-firmware-to-unscramble.html
    Get all paid channels on the free to air box Free of charge

    When you do a scan of the existing channels on StarTimes/GoTV/Freeview dvb-t or dvb-t2 and any other decoder, you will realize that many channels are pay TV channels. Pay TV channels are encrypted and require a smart card to decode. They are labeled with $ or € or £ sign and whenever you try to watch them they say scrambled channel. This means that you have to subscribe before you can view them. These channels are called subscription-only channels and are only accessible to customers of pay TV, companies that offer extra content over the Freeview or free to air systems.

  • Kanval

    Hi, what box does this software can be installed on?

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