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Thread: 25.8E Eshail2 10492H 1500 with osmio

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    25.8E Eshail2 10492H 1500 with osmio

    Just for fun modified OpenVix Enigma2 to accept frequency 10492. frontend.cpp and sec.cpp

    That was not enough as the driver didn't accept it.

    Luckily AVL6261 tuner driver source is found in github. I then modified driver also..

    -> And it does work! LNB is just normal Inverto Black Ultra.

    10493H.jpg 10493H2.jpg
    Last edited by ocean; 12-12-23 at 22:20.

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    Looks like I was wrong to assume enigma2 has some internal limits for frequency. Changes to enigma2 may not be required after all.

    Assumed that partly because in blindscan it says "Frequency values must be between 10700 and 12749" and you can't input anything outside this range.

    In driver I only changed frequency range, diff is attached. Also includes change for upper band. Maybe hoping Nilesat301 extended ku would work, I doubt it will, but you never know.
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