zgemma setup guide

November 17, 2018 | Author: api-351201307 | Category: Computer File, Iptv, Usb, Booting, Hard Disk Drive
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Quick Start and Full User Guide 30th November  November 2016 - Onwards Onwards ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table of Contents 1. Installation of Box 

How to Setup from out the box

Quick Start Guide

Setup Local TV Region

Change Position of screen

2. Install a HDD/USB for storage 

Format a HDD/USB

Initialize your drive

Setup a Swap File

Check location for recording/timeshift/EPG



3. Add IPTV Subscription


4. Record and Series Link


5. Your New Remote


Key to your new remote control

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How to Setup from out the box 

Remove from your box; mains adapter and cable, remot e control (2xAAA batteries required), HDMI cable and ZGemma.

TIP Make sure to remove all plastic shrink-wrap from ZGemma before powering on! Leaving on the shrink-wrap may cause the box to overheat due to air vents being covered.

First connect your two existing satellite coax cables into the back of the box (like below). Ensure there tightly connected. Note: If your only using one satellite co ax cable it must go into 'TUNER A IN' (bottom right port) If your using a second then it must go into LNB IN (top port)

Connect your internet cable (not included) either directly from your router or via home plugs into the back of the box

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THIS CONNECTION IS IMPORTANT - YOU MUST HAVE YOUR BOX CONNECTED TO YOUR ROUTER FOR THE BOX TO WORK Connect the HDMI cable from TV to box Plug in the power lead to 'DC IN' Press in the white 'ON/OFF' power button to boot up box. Front LED screen should say boot then load up to 1 00

Quick Start Guide IF YOUR USING ONLY ONE SATELLITE CABLE: Navigate to Menu > Setup > Service Searching Searc hing > Tuner configuration > Tuner A must be set to single & Tuner B must be set to t o 'not configured' > press back then NO on the next pop up. IF YOUR USING TWO SATELLITE CABLES: Navigate to Menu > Setup > Service Searching > Tuner configuration > Tuner A must be set to single & Tuner B must be set to t o 'SINGLE' to match Tuner A > press back then NO on the next pop up. Menu - Setup - Service Service Searching > Sky Bouquets Maker > Menu > BBC/ITV Region: Change Region to your local TV Region > Choose whether you want ' Child Safe' Channel lists > Green Button to save > Green Button to Scan If you have a USB/HDD pre installed in the box, please proceed. If you do not have any USB/HDD installed then please follow the guide. This is highly reccommended. Once completed the scan, go to: Menu > Setup > CrossEPG > Download Now Complete.

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If you need to change the screen positioning due to some of the screen missing please follow: Red Button > 7 (Quick Start Setup) > 1 (OSD Position) • Highlight the Move Left/Right line and press the LEFT or RIGHT buttons until the left side of the RED box is visible, then press the LEFT button until the left side of the RED box is NOT visible • Highlight the Width line and press the LEFT or R IGHT buttons buttons until the right side of the RED box is visible, then press the RIGHT button until the right side of the RED box is NOT visible • Highlight the Move Up/Down line and press the LEFT or RIGHT buttons until the top side of the RED box is visible, then press the LEFT button until the left side of the RED box is NOT visible • Highlight the Height line and press the LEFT or RIG HT buttons until the right side of the RED box is visible, then press the RIGHT button until the right side of the RED box is NOT visible

Install a HDD/USB for storage >>>>> If you have a USB/HDD Pre installed in the back of your box you do NOT need to follow these instructions Select the IPTV channel you wish to watch.

NOTE  If  If no IPTV Bouquet is created, this is due to the M3U file provided being invalid – invalid – Check  Check with your IPTV provider.

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Record and Series Link  Use the EPG to find the show you want to add to series link. Highlight the show and press the record button on your r emote (The Red DOT near the other p layback keys) Select 'Record Once' - Will record the program the once or Select ‘Series Link’ The next screen will show you the parameters that will match a show and generate a timer in order for the show to record. For shows that are on roughly the same time on the same day each week, these default settings sett ings are probably going to be OK for you For daily soaps you will need to change some options: o Deselect the option option that says ‘Only on Weekday’ as leaving this selecting will only record a show on t hat particular day of the week o If the soap or show you want to record sometimes comes on at odd times of the day, deselect the ‘Match Timespan’ option 

As an example, for Coronation Street, which is on regularly during weekdays once or twice a day, deselecting ‘Only on Weekday’ will generally be sufficient as the time span usually covers and hour before the start and an hour after t he end of the show you selected which usually covers days when the show is on twice such as at 7:30 and 8:30 – 8:30 – But  But if in doubt, deselect the ‘Match Timespan’ option.

Press Green to confirm these parameter The next page will confirm the ext ended settings and parameters – parameters – It’s important to know that know that at this point, the series link is not set. You shouldn’t need to change any setting here, so press Green to confirm the Series Link Press Exit to return to the TV After a brief pause you may see a mes sage box confirming timers have been added Wait 30 seconds and then press Timer on your remote. You should see your Series Link in the list. Fo r shows on once a week, you’ll usually just see one show. For soaps etc, you should expect to see a few entries. 7 of 11

How to delete a Series Link You can’t just delete a timer from the timers list when you have a Se ries Link setup as within a few minutes, the Series Link has done its job and added the timer back in. In order to delete a Series Link you must follow these steps: Press Menu Button > Select Timers > Auto Timers Find the Series Link you wish to remove and press Yellow Button to delete When prompted, select ‘Yes, and delete all timers generated by this autotimer’ Press Exit > Select Timers > Check your Series Link has been removed


Troubleshooting Remove Audio Description If you experience channels with undesired audio commentary (descriptions of what is happening) follow these steps: Red Button > 2 (Fixes Menu) > 5 (Fix Audio Commentary) You will see a confirmation that the Audio Commentary Set tings have been fixed > Exit Button > Exit Button

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Error - Creating Hardlink to Timeshift File Failed! If you experience this error it is usually due to your drive not being initialised. Follow these steps: Red Button > 7 (Quick Start Menu) > 2 (Hard Disk Initalisation) Select your USB Drive to initialise and press OK Red Button to Initialise > Confirm you wish to initialise the device Note – Note – As  As the waning message says – says – Any data on the drive will be lost during initialisation You will see the progress of t he disk initialising. Once complete this will exit back t o the iPab Quick Start Menu. Press 3 (Swap File Manager) > Green Button (Create) > OK Button > Select the size of swap disk – disk – 256mb  256mb had proven best Press OK Button – Button – You will see a message being displayed to "Wait please while creating swapfile...”swapfile...”This should take no more than a few minutes. Once the text at the t he top of the screen has changed c hanged to ‘Enable Swap at startup’ you should then press Red Button (Activate) > Yellow Button (Autostart) Exit Button > Exit Button – Button – This  This will return you to TV Note – Note  – If  If you wish to enable Timeshift Autostart follow the steps shown in the Enable/Disable Timeshift section.

EPG (Program Guide) Problems On occasions you may find that the EPG shows the same programme info for some or all channels. This is usually a result of a corrupt epg.dat file that may have been c aused by power outage or general issue writing to your USB drive. The fix described here should result in the epg.dat being delete d (which will initially leave you with a blank EPG) and fresh EPG data being downloaded. If you find this keeps happening, it’s most likely a problem with your USB d rive and I’d recommend replacing that Red Button > 2 (Fixes Menu) > 4 (Remove all EPG Data) > After a brief wait, your box will appear to restart NOTE – NOTE – At  At this point your EPG will be empty – empty  – The  The next steps depend on whether you are running Sky or Virgin – Virgin – If  If you run both, run both steps Sky Green Button > CrossEPG Downloader > When CrossEPG has finished downloading a reboot is advised

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Remote Control 

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