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    Blindscan works correctly with your modified plugin. I verified your changes were in it.

    THANKS!

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    Great work everyone.
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    where can i find the new file ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lme View Post
    where can i find the new file ?
    Never mind. i got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lme View Post
    Never mind. i got it.
    So now you can test in 6.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huevos View Post
    So now you can test in 6.0
    yes. i did it & it's ok for c-band. ku-band was from the beginnig & it's still broken.
    thx.

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    is it going to be in the next version ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lme View Post
    is it going to be in the next version ?
    I thought you said "it's still broken".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huevos View Post
    I thought you said "it's still broken".
    for ku band it's broken.

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    Please provide a debug log.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huevos View Post
    Please provide a debug log.
    It's working. i had the wrong lnb setting. my fault.
    sorry.

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    The universal blindscan problem has been fixed??? I don't think so.
    The broken ku blindscan in the Vu+ Zero 4K is the dumbest thing I have seen in a fta receiver. This problem has been reported several times to Vu+ and nothing has been done to fix it. Simply put, 22KHz tone is set to OFF in the Zero4K binary.

    C band blindscan works in the Zero4K because the low band is scanned which means no 22 KHz tone is needed.

    Circular lnb type (10750 l.o.) works because only low band is scanned which means no 22 KHz tone is needed.

    Universal lnb type will not work because 22KHz tone is set to OFF in the vuzero4k blindscan binary. The blindscan binary takes precedent over any other 22 KHz tone setting, which means you cannot set the 22 KHz tone to ON using the blindscan plugin or in the antenna settings.

    A 22KHz tone generator that is inserted into the cable between the receiver and lnb will allow the high side (10600 l.o.) of the universal lnb to be scanned by manually activating the 22 KHz tone generator. This is the only way I could find to make the Zero4K blindscan the high side of the universal lnb.

    It would be nice to see this problem solved, but this problem has been reported more than once to Vu+ years ago and nothing has been done to fix it.

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    Well, if lnb is set to Universal, blindscan works.
    but when set to user with high of 10750 (as for north america), it doesn't work.

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