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    Question Biss key format help!

    CAN YOU HELP ME ?ON MY ODS3000C BISS KEY FOR IDMAN AZERBAIJAN APPEARS LIKE THIS14082011.jpg BUT DOESNT OPEN.I DISCOVERED THAT 448460 STANDS for:
    448 hex->dec1096 (10968) FREQUENCY AND 460 hex-> dec 1120(11200)SYMBOL RATE;what about 8F? ANY SUGGESTION? THANK YOU!

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    Hi from what i can see it appears you may have entered the BISS keys for the wrong channel. You say the keys are for IDMAN channel but the name shows as AZ TV ??. Are IDMAN and AZ TV the same?? To enter BISS keys usually you do the following: a) Make sure you have correct channel. Wait for SCRAMBLED MESSAGE to appear. b) Go into your BISS menu. Some receiver this is done via CAS menu or enter 8280 via remote. c) Enter the keys for the channel. For example 12 34 56 78 AA BB CC DD. If you have BISS line with 32 characters make sure you enter zeros from 17 to 32. Then exit and save and channel should open. If channel does not open double check the keys entered are correct. Regards.

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    thanky you Zanny24 ! idman and az tv have same keys;frequency;symbol rate, that is the reason that they are in the same place,as i explained above.i want to know what is the correct format key for this type of reciver (picture above) for biss keys.ods 3000c has some clones as sansui and samsat but no info how the biss key should be entered so i can compare with ods3000c.

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    Hi albjon sorry but i am not familiar with your type of receiver. I know that AZ TV is available on HOTBIRD at 13 EAST and is not scrambled. Have you tried to change the 8F to 1F.? Does it allow you to change the 8F?. Also have you ever entered BISS keys for other channels and do they work or not.? Also do you have the correct satellite for these channels.? I think that IDMAN channel is only scrambled during football matches. Are you able to watch this channel during normal programmes?. Remember also to allow time whenever you enter BISS keys for any channels. Let us know how you get on and if i come across any more info i will let you know in the next few days. Good luck.

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    hello zanny24 ! let me inform you that i am not a newbie for this kind of things .i have tried before all the tricks you mentioned above but without solution;the only channel that i have opened till now is Odie(39E).idman (turksat 42E) opens normally when is free ;thank you !

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    Re: Biss key format help!

    Quote Originally Posted by albjon View Post
    hello zanny24 ! let me inform you that i am not a newbie for this kind of things .i have tried before all the tricks you mentioned above but without solution;the only channel that i have opened till now is Odie(39E).idman (turksat 42E) opens normally when is free ;thank you !

    Hello,
    May not be applicable to your particular channel/s in question and does not apply to all receivers etc but with Dreambox and others using EMU's/softcam.key/constant CCW files, channels that carry the same SID can create a problem in that the EMU and file will read always the first of these SID syntax. ie:-

    2600:000000:0001:0021:1FFF::A3 31 30 04 61 67 82 4A A3 31 30 04 61 67 82 4A -This line will be read first
    2600:000000:0001:0030:1FFF::12 34 56 9C 78 91 23 2C 12 34 56 9C 78 91 23 2C

    The above shows the syntax for two different channels on two different satellites but using the same SID ie: '0001'

    The way we get round this is by altering one of the SIDs to say '0008' and leaving the syntax that applies to the channel you want to watch ie: '0001'
    as it is, remember that it is always the first line with '0001' that is read and decrypted.

    Example:
    2600:000000:0001:0021:1FFF::A3 31 30 04 61 67 82 4A A3 31 30 04 61 67 82 4A -This line will be read first
    2600:000000:0008:0030:1FFF::12 34 56 9C 78 91 23 2C 12 34 56 9C 78 91 23 2C


    The above obviously is not applicable to all receivers and the syntax compilation varies with the type of receiver/EMU/file used.

    Good luck with this.

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    Re: Biss key format help!

    thank you datapri,i will try this .

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    Re: Biss key format help!

    Quote Originally Posted by albjon View Post
    thank you datapri,i will try this .
    Ok....you can also try deleting the 'AZ TV' from your receiver channel list so that the the BISS syntax sees only the 'Idman' channel.

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