This post was most recently updated on August 27th, 2016
Often at times, I do ask myself, if every information is worth sharing. However, am certain that as simple as the info am about to share is, there are some people who don’t know how to address this issue.
If you are a die in the wool dongle adherent like me, then you should have notice how qsat some times goes off prior to the commencement of a star football match. Initially, when qsat goes off before a match, azsky will follow suit. However of recent, azsky refused to go off same time qsat goes off.
WHY SHOULD I AZSKY DONGLE AND NOT A+?
It is a known fact that, after dst* did a soft upgrade some weeks back, A+ dongle and Eclink X5 dongle has been performing extremely poorly. In the case of A+, it was blocked by qsat because qsat suspected that A+ was tapping into its server. As speak, hardly will you be able to watch #10 stations on A+. As for Eclink, it has been near death since the upgrade of ds*v. In view of this, we are now left with only one reliable dongle and this is azsky G1+ or G1 Super dongle. The dongles are sold very cheap.
HOW TO ENABLE DONGLE OPTION / PROTOCOL ON QSAT:
To do this, simply remove your sim card/ modem from the qsat, then connect your dongle to qsat via the rs232 cable that came with the dongle. after this connect, reboot your decoder and you are done.
SIDE ATTRACTION HOW TO ENABLE CCCAM ON QSAT:
The following picture tells it all:
Now on your remote press Menu>>Setting>>XCAM Setup>>AvatarCamHD>> Then set Active ONOff to off.
Go back one step and press sharing; set Active to On and change from the default NewCamd/MgCam to CCCAM.
Feel other necessary details and press the blue button on your remote to manually connect the CCCAM account.
In conclusion, a smart user will not just stick to only one device