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    Is Openvix 5.2 the final release for the GB Quad?

    I can only find Openvix 5.2 available for download from the official site, no version 5.3.

    Is it planned to release a 5.3 build for the Quad, or are we stuck on 5.2?

    Thanks,

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveharman View Post
    I can only find Openvix 5.2 available for download from the official site, no version 5.3.

    Is it planned to release a 5.3 build for the Quad, or are we stuck on 5.2?

    Thanks,

    Steve
    I think you will find that reciever isnt supported in 5.3

    https://www.world-of-satellite.com/s...hlight=Release
    Last edited by kryton; 20-09-19 at 11:05.

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    A sad day indeed. ok thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveharman View Post
    A sad day indeed.
    Not really

    As with previous images, the main differences are core of the image or the OE (Open Embedded). This has undergone a lot of changes, updates and fixes.

    CrossEPG is no longer pre-installed in OpenViX 5.3. OpenTV EPG has now been embedded, EPG Refresh is now pre-installed to enabled re-freshing or EPG data for Sky UK Astra 28.2deg and Sky Italia Hotbird 13deg. See EPG Refresh setup guide HERE (thanks to Abu Baniaz for the guide). Thank you goes to LraiZer for the OpenTV code and thank you Huevos for merging the code into OpenViX.

    Apart from the above users should not notice many other differences between previous OpenViX 5.2 and OpenViX 5.3 (i.e. there are not many functional differences.).
    So unless any of the above effects you then 5.2 will serve you well for a while yet...if not years.

    Ive not updated yet.
    5.2 is working fine for me.

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    I have a GB Quad as well. It's ok to stay with 5.2 for the future if the current functions are working fine.
    Of course is a bit sad to see that it's not supported anymore. I understand due to unavailable developer who can keep alive and test etc.
    And there is no alternative image which still support it? Thanks

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    [QUOTE=MrKappa;491166]I have a GB Quad as well. It's ok to stay with 5.2 for the future if the current functions are working fine.
    Of course is a bit sad to see that it's not supported anymore. I understand due to unavailable developer who can keep alive and test etc.
    PS: some other images are keeping anyway alive Quad HD to whom it may be interested: https://www.gigablue-support.org/images/

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