This post was last updated on July 20th, 2019 at 10:17 am
I will like to familiarize us with the processes/steps involved in connecting your azsky dongle(or similar working dongles) to qsat q13g, q23g and speed hd s1. There is one unwanted feature on these sets of decoders, (I mean q23g , q13g and speed hd s1). The features is bout the rs232 cable port which is in form of an earpiece audio jack / socket or a microphone port I mean the rs232 cable that will work with them must have a pointed mouth instead of the 9 pin serial ports that is on strong decoders, azsky g6, qsat q11g, xman g8, tlink decoders and most other decoders. I think the intention of qsat team for doing this is because of the followings: i. they want their decoders to be as light as possible, ii. they want their decoders to be as small as possible, and maybe ii. they don’t want their users to be able to easily use any dongle on qsat.
This development, however, have two major adverse effects on qsat subscribers: 1. it makes it extremely difficult for an ordinary user of the affected qsat products to be able to use a dongle on qsat, 2. It also makes it difficult to perform any form of pc upgrade on qsat decoders.
HINTS ON BUILDING THE PIN-TO-PIN RS232 CABLE YOURSELF
This tweak is Cortes of my fans here by the name of st. Midas he said:
Easily connect azsky to qsat
I just converted my azsky cable (serial to ping) to pin-to-pin, and use on qsat, and it is working!
azsky serial cabling uses 3 wires(I open where the wires connect to a serial port); pin 1=red pin2 =white & pin3=yellow
Two earpieces (with only 3 segments) some have four or more segmented iron pin
Connect the wires; red to red, yellow to yellow and white to white. under ACAMHD/OFF
I hope this will help. Anybody can do this easily without resorting to a computer shop or radionic
WHAT CAN I DO TO BE ABLE TO USE AZSKY DONGLES ON QSAT DECODERS
First thing first, if you are using a qsat q11g or q16g, you can simply buy azsky g1 super dongel and connect it directly to your qsat by following my guide here: How To Connect An External Dongle To Qsat Receiver and you are good to go. However, if you own a qsat q23g, a qsat q13g a speed hd s1 or any qsat decoder that hack only earphone socket as its rs232 ort, then you need to improvise. If you are in Lagos, you can go to computer village or alaba international market and search for a rs232 cable that have pin-to-pin mouth. In other words, both ends of the rs232 cable looks like the pointed mouth that is plugged into an azsky g1 super or A+ dongle. If you can’t get this readily available in the market(which is likely to be the case) then you will need to buy two rs232 cable compatible with azsky g1 super or A+, cut it into two and join the cabes with the pointed mouth to each other. Please if you are not tech savy, simply take this to any organized technician to help you cut and join. Once you are done joining it together, it will look like the one i did in the picture below:
You can now follow my simply tutorial from the link above to easily connect your dongle to your qsat and use it to decrypt dst* channels on qsat while qsat preloaded account is off.
IMPORTANT NEWS: Am bring it to the notice of lemmymorgan fans that since azsky came back about a month ago, i have never experienced any abnormal freeing of channels when using my azsky dongle as a dongle on qsat decoder. In other words, azsky dongles now work perfectly with qsat decoders as it would with strong decoders