22 Mar 2017

How to Use Simple IPTV Multi for kodi

Hi guys, today we will show you How to use Simple IPTV Multi client for you’re kodi device…

A neat little add-on that will enable you not only to play you’re sasiptv streams but also you’re back up channels…through the same epg.

Now this is a little experimental & has been tested on a Windows Pc so far…FireStick Users, some Phone user’s will have issues here.

Within the sasrepo there are now files for all Operating systems, but as of yet we have not tested them all, so be aware this may not be a solution for all, device dependant.

There are Android & iOS files within the sasrepo now under the heading ‘Binary-Repo-Master’, which contains all the necessary files…. It actually does, but on testing so far….windows is the only os I have got to, that is working. The versions within the file are for ALL operating systems…we just havnt tested them all………..yet.

 

Ok, lets crack on & get this one in & up & running.


1/ In this tutorial, i am starting at the beginning, as in adding the sasrepo by source/ If you already have sasiptv add-on installed & configured.

Firstly just head into system/add-ons/my add-ons/pvr clients/Disable PVR Simple Client…

This will just disable the sasiptv playlist, temporarily, while we go ahead & get Simple IPTV Multi Installed.

 

sasiptv

 

2/ Ok now want to head to the kodi home screen & head for file manager

 

sasiptv

 

3/ Ok now we want to head for add source

 

sasiptv

 

4/ Now lets hit the top box where it says None

 

sasiptv

 

5/ Now lets enter the sasrepo source & hit Done

 

sasiptv

 

6/ Ok Now we hit the lower box & give our source a name, here ive used .sasrepo, which will pop it to the top of any lists, then hit Ok

 

sasiptv

 

7/ Ok, now lets head back to the home screen once again

 

sasrepo

 

8/ Ok now we want to head for Add-Ons

 

sasiptv

 

9/ Now we want to head for Install from zip file

 

sasiptv

 

10/ Now lets navigate to where the source file you just added is, & open it.

 

sasiptv

 

11/ Ok now we want to hit Binary-Repo-Master to open it up

 

sasiptv

 

12/ Now…I am on a windows Pc, so I will hit WIN_32/ (For other Operating Systems please test yourselves)

 

sasiptv

 

13/ Now we want to hit pvr.iptvsimple.multi

 

sasiptv

 

14/ Ok now lets head for pvr.iptvsimple.multi-3.0.2.zip & hit it

 

sasiptv

 

15/ Now if you head back one step to Add-Ons…head into My Add-Ons/PVR Clients, you will see pvr simple client multi right there, installed & ready to input you’re settings.

 

sasiptv

 

16/ So, lets now right click on the pvr IPTV simple client multi  & open up the context menu…

Now hit settings, this is where we are going to enter both our urls. One for sasiptv+epg…1 for sasiptv back up streams+epg

 

sasiptv

 

20/ Ok so now lets head straight for the SOURCE side & set the number of Urls we want to use.

Here we will put 2 sources as we will be using both the sasiptv main url & the back up. First we will add the main sasiptv Url.

  • Set the location at Remote Path
  • Enter the sasiptv url sent to you in you’re New A/C Information
  • remember to tick the cache m3u at local storage option

 

sasiptv

 

 

21/ Ok, now scroll down to the next section, where we will enter the Epg Url sent to you in you’re New A/C Information

  • Location needs to be at Remote Path, again
  • Enter you’re sasiptv Epg Url, (again sent to you in you’re New A/C Information)
  • Tick the cache XMLTV at local storage & Tick the Apply Time Shift to all Channels option also

 

sasiptv

 

22/ Ok guys now we want to scroll down a little further. This is where we are going to enter our sasiptv back up Url

  • Location should be set at Remote Path(once again)
  • Enter you’re sasiptv back up url
  • Tick the cache at local storage option
  • Leave the rest as is

 

sasiptv

 

23/ Ok, now we want to scroll down a little further to enter our back up epg

  • Set Location to Remote Path(once again)
  • Enter the sasiptv back up epg Url shown below
  • Tick the cache at local storage & Tick Apply Time Shift To All Channels
  • Leave the rest as is guys(channel logos etc)

 

sasiptv

 

24/ Skip across to the General side of the settings

Numbering channels starts at 1

Tick cache xmltv at local storage

Leave the rest as is guys

 

sasiptv

 

25/ Now hit Ok & you should see the PVR needs to restart pop up notification

 

sasiptv

 

25/ Next you should see all the sasiptv main channels+the back up channels loading up. All 393 of them.

 

sasiptv

 

26/ Ok, lets head back to the Home screen & see whats there under ‘TV’

 

sasiptvr

 

27/ Hit the Guide Or Tv section & Scroll ALL the way down to the bottom…..

How many channels….. Yup, 393

 

sasiptv

 

28/ IF for any reason you don’t seem to be getting the channels loading up…DOUBLE CHECK you have entered the Urls EXACTLY.

IF you have entered the correct details the channels WILL load.

To be sure you can head back to System/PVR Clients/

 

sasiptv

 

29/ Now under the general tab in the PVR section…scroll down & hit Clear Data

 

sasiptv

 

This will clear all current epg data & begin immediately to pull in both Playlists that we entered earlier. 

That’s pretty much it guys. Remember the back ups are exactly that & provided at no extra cost to sasiptv clients. It is part of sasiptv’s ongoing developement & as such will change from time to time. This will at least give you the option to load both lists…into one guide.

If you decide you would prefer to JUST have the sasiptv Playlist up & running, head back to System/Add-Ons/my Add-Ons/PVR Clients & disable the Multi IPTV simple client & Re Enable the PVR simple Client 1 & hit ok. you should again see the PVR needs to restart notification. 

A big shout must go out to the developement team on this one, great stuff enchamweni…as always 😉

Great work also by the kodinerds team, from where the multi IPTV simple client is sourced, thx guys.

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20 Mar 2017

sasiptv WiFi TipsNTricks

sasiptv WiFi TipsNTricks

 

What is WIFi?

The term Wi-Fi refers specifically to the IEEE 802.11 set of standards for wireless networks. Several different standards are designated by a letter suffix on the 802.11, such as in 802.11g or 802.11n. In general all of the 802.11 standards operate on either a 2.4GHz or 5GHz radio frequency. 5GHz has much greater speed capability but a reduced range; generally speaking the lower a frequency the further it will travel, so don’t expect miracles if you switch to 5GHz.
A key thing to note here is that if ANY device uses the older “b” standard then ALL devices *could* have their speed reduced to 11mbps on “g” networks, depending on your router. This really applies to older equipment or cheap equipment with old parts used in it….. think cheap chinese droid boxes.  I haven’t seen any myself for a while, but just keep it in mind.

WiFi Killers

Wireless transmissions are all covered by some basic rules and generally speaking obstacles reduce the signal strength, therefore the more walls a signal has to pass through the weaker it gets. Metal obstructions such as boilers, radiators and pipework will act as blocks, possibly creating “blackspots” in their “shadow”, so router placement is important.
My own house is quite a modern one, built in the last 20 years and some of the construction materials are recycled metal “noggins” and “studding” (internal wall construction) which caused a lot of head scratching with WIFi problems, as well as my boiler sitting centrally in the house creating a big blackspot for my WiFi signal in 2 bedrooms.

Microwaves are big killers of wifi, not true? Fire up your mobile, play a youtube video, stand by microwave and nuke a glass of water or something – watch your wifi signal just vanish!

Improving Your WiFi Speeds

Ok, lets be clear before we start here, there are no magical cures, no apps or bits of software that can alter the either the IEEE standards that govern the wireless protocols and therefore speeds, nor magically boost your line speed by altering a buffer setting – thats just hogwash (and I’m being polite here!). We are therefore left with optimising the layout and position of the router (if you can) and ensuring that you have the best channel settings in relation to neighbouring wifi transmissions. I will demonstrate how this can make a BIG difference.

Positioning Your Router

Often you will be limited on placement, as it needs to go close to the telephone socket, probably the master socket but I have tried my own in different ones with no measurable effects on speed, so don’t be afraid to try.
If you can, position it centrally in your household ideally, easier said than done as this will give a better overall coverage.
If however you are like me, mines stuck at one end of the house. That’s just life i’m afraid.
If its upstairs, place it on the floor if you can, try to think about line of site to where things like your TV etc that will be linking to it are not obscured by radiators or equally effective signal blockers. Don’t be fixated on this, there are ways to work around wifi limitations using powerline adapters which I will cover in another article.

Choosing Your WiFi Channel

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Choosing your channel is important, actually, its VERY important, most routers in use will be supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) usually provided free and thus they are cheap, nasty and very poor from a performance perspective. I have a basic ISP provided tplink one – its truly AWFUL, and I have had to piggyback a better one – again, I’ll cover this in another article. As you can see from the above image channels 1, 6 and 11 are not overlapped by any other channels and are therefore your best choice. This is why every ISP ships their router on one of these channels.
Thinking ahead? If a bunch of neighbours are all with Sly, for instance, then their routers are all set the same and you will have reduced performance due to channel clashes.You will need to use an app like WiFi Analyzer– one of my fav little tools I recommended this as a must have Android tool available from the play store, use this to look at whats around you. If you are clear, then no need to mess around.

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Now initially this looks to have slightly less power than in first image, but I think this is down to natural fluctuations of the app I used to test, however, you can clearly see, that channel 1 is much less congested….and so to the speed test as proof.

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What a result – almost 3mbps more bandwidth! No twonky apps or gimmicks – just some basic science and a little knowledge. Yes, I do accept not everyone will get these types of gains, the point is to highlight that doing the basic checks can yield some pretty big gains – 3mbps is the difference between having to watch 576 rather than 1080, you decide if its worth an hour of your time.

We hope this helps make things a little clearer guys, Enjoy

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18 Mar 2017

KODI audio Settings – simplified

Hi guys, here we will show you how to set up the audio for your kodi device, so that it’s performing to it’s  maximum capabilities

Ensuring your tunes pump out nicely & your movies have nice clear audio… at low levels, as well as at max volume.

Firstly there are two audio settings menus within kodi, where you can adjust the audio, which can make things a little confusing, but that’s what we aim to explain here.

The main Audio Settings can be found via SETTINGS/SYSTEM/AUDIO OUTPUT, like this

Screenshot (1049)

1>main audio settings

Audio output device>

This is where we can select which one of the audio outputs from your computer you will be using. Depending on what you select here, some settings further down might be enabled or not.

Number of channels>

If you’re using a digital audio connection, this represents the channels supported by the audio connection; if you’re using  analog, it will represent the number of speakers your system is using.

Output configuration>

This can be set to  to Fixed, Optimized or Best Match. 

Optimized will be set at the start of playback and not change.

Fixed  will be set by the value indicated in settings at all times

Best Match will let you know if properties like sampling rate and speaker configuration will change during playback to match the source

Limit sampling rate If you set fixed output, this indicates the sampling rate. If you are using SPDIF, this is the maximum sampling rate.

Stereo Upmix When enabled, it lets 2-channel audio be up mixed to the number of channels set in Kodi audio settings.

Normalize levels on downmix sometimes called Maintain original volume on downmix This keeps the volume of the stream, at the cost of compressing dynamic range when enabled. When disabled, volume will be lower but the dynamic range will be maintained. 

Bare in mind  the dynamic range is defined as the difference between the quietest and the loudest sounds in an audio source, so if the dialogue in movies is barely audible, enable this one.

Resample quality If you need to have audio sampled at a different rate than the source, this is the option you need to tweak. You can set it on Low, Medium and High.

Keep audio devices alive this one set out the time audio devices will wait before entering a suspended state. It has  has Always (audio devices never suspended) and Off (audio devices always suspended) settings.

Play GUI sounds this one set wether you hear the GUI sounds or not when browsing through the menus. Personally I click this one off.

Enable passthrough Here you can enable passthrough Kodi audio output for encoded audio formats.

Passthrough output device Here you will need to have enabled ‘pass through audio’ & this allows you  this lets you select the device you will use for audio playback of encoded formats.

The formats you could use are selected via this very same menu, and depending on your device. Make sure you select a format compatible with your device to avoid slowness or freezes on your media. You could select> 

Dolby Digital (AC3) capable receiver.
Enable Dolby Digital Transcoding: (To be selected in case the audio output device only supports multichannel audio.)

Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC3) capable receiver.
DTS capable receiver.
TrueHD capable receiver.
DTS-HD capable receiver

2>Audio playback settings

You can access the Audio Playback Settings by hitting the speaker icon in the bottom right corner of the screen during playback, like this>

Screenshot (1052)

Now you will see the Audio Playback Settings menu pop up, like this>

Screenshot (1051)

Audio Playback Settings

Volume sets the volume

Volume amplification  Use the amplification in audio settings to adjust the volume of sources that are very quiet, even if you turn up the volume full blast.

Audio offset This one is for when your video source & audio source seem to be out of sync. with this you can re sync them up easily.

Audio stream Handy for media sources with multiple audio streams, you can choose from here which one you prefer to use.

Stereo upmix, Enable passthrough These are the same as the ones you can set on the main Kodi audio settings.

Enable subtitles, Subtitle offset, Subtitle and Browse for subtitle Are all for subtitle control. To Enable subtitles, sync subtitles, add subtitles or select from a selection of subtitles, depending on what subtitles Add-Ons you may have installed.

Set as default for all videos Like it says…make these settings apply to all videos.

That’s it…We hope this helps explain the Audio Settings setting for kodi a little more, they can be a touch confusing at times.

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18 Mar 2017

KODI – How to Fix Broken-Missing Or Corrupt Dependencies

How to Fix Broken-Missing Or Corrupt Dependencies

 

This Great little YouTube Tutorial comes from our main man, from across the pond newtechevolution.

You can subscribe to his channel here & it’s well worth it, the guy’s very knowledgable on Kodi & all Android issues & well worth subscribing to.

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18 Mar 2017

How to uninstall a Kodi Add-On, the easy way…

Hi guys, a simple one here but useful none the less & handy for beginners. 

As the title says, we will show you how to easily remove an Add-On from you’re kodi device.


1/ Head for System
sasiptv/kodi
2/ Now we want to hit Add-Ons
sasiptv/kodi
3/ Next we want to hit my Add-Ons
sasiptv/kodi
4/ Now select which type of Add-On you wish to remove(program or video)
5/ Ok, now hover over the Add-On you want to remove, here I’ve selected CherryPie…
right click Or long press(Android) to bring up the context menu
sasiptv/kodi
6/ ok now we want to hit Add-On information…Next hit ‘Uninstall’
sasiptv/kodi
7/ Next you will get a confirmation notification…hit ‘yes’
sasiptv/kodi
8/ And that’s it guys, no more CherryPie…Add-On removed.
sasiptv/kodi
We would always advise you now run a maintenance program to clear packages & the cache to keep you’re system snappy & functioning as it should.
Enjoy guys 🙂
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17 Feb 2017

How to Install Kodi – iPad – New Method – 17/02/2017

 

Hi guys, today we are going to take a quick look at a new developement we have come across on How to Install Kodi on you’re iPad Or iPhone.

This New Method will enable you to run you’re sasiptv Live Streams on you’re Apple device, with a simple download, no Cydia Impactor or Jailbreak.

You can download Kodi 16 Jarvis / Kodi 17 Krypton Or the brand new Kodi 18 Leia(Beta) here.

To Install follow the 4 simple steps below…

1/ Click download on the version you want.
2/ Click the home button to return back to your home screen. You should see a new app icon installing.
3/ Once done, you will have an icon for Kodi. When you click on it, you may get the message “Untrusted Enterprise Developer – iPhone Distribution: CVT MEDIA COMPANY LIMITED has not been trusted on this iPhone. Until this developer has been trusted, their enterprise apps will not be available for use.”
4/ On your iPhone, navigate to Settings > General > Device Management > CVT MEDIA COMPANY LIMITED > Trust “CVT MEDIA COMPANY LIMITED” > Trust

How long this will last is uncertain, but seems tested & working so far so lets have a look…

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08 Feb 2017

New GSE Apk For you’re Android device

Hi guys, Today we are going to show you a fairly new Apk from the PlayStore called GSE IPTV Pro.

Yes, this one was originally one the AppStore for iOS devices, but has appeared on the playstore, & as such we highly recommend it for it’s high funcionality,

yet still nice & simple to use & has a nice user interface, that is customizable.

Enjoy  the tutorial & don’t forget to subscribe guys 🙂

 


So without further ado, lets get this Installed & running our sasiptv HDStreams….

1/ Ok, firstly lets head over to the Playstore & download the GSE IPTV Pro Apk & Install it >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

2/ Ok now open up the Apk >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

 

4 / Ok, you may see a few warnings/notifications…Just hit Ok on all three >

 

 

sasiptv/GSEsasiptv/GSE

 

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

 

 

5 / Ok now we will see the home screen of GSE IPTV >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

6 / Now we want to hit the three lines in the top left to bring up the menu, then hit ‘Remote Playlists’ >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

7 / Now we will see the Add m3u Url or Add JSON Url pop up appear >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

8 / Now we want to copy & paste in the sasiptv url sent to you in you’re ‘new account information’ email, It will look like this >

http://********:8000/get.php?username=********&password=**********&type=m3u_plus&output=m3u8

Then give our new sasiptv playlist a name & hit Add >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

9 / Ok, you will now see the Xtream codes notification, just hit Ok.

This is letting you know that GSE IPTV has added you’re m3u playlist to the Xtream option within the Apk, for you to use at you’re discretion later…very handy >

 

10 / Now we want add our ‘Electronic Program Guide’ by hitting the EPG program guide >

 

sasiptv

 

11 /  You will now see the ‘Add Remote EPG Source’….hit it >

 

sasiptv

 

 

12 / Now we want, again, copy & paste the Epg Url sent to you in you’re ‘new account info’ email from sasiptv,

It will look like this >http://****************.co.uk/EPG/tvguide2.xml 

Then give you’re new Epg a name & hit ADD >

 

 

13 / Ok now the Epg guide will be added.

The First time you hit the new Epg Guide, it will offer to Update the guide…hit it >

 

sasiptv

 

14 / Ok now you will see the Program Information being pulled in & populating you’re new guide >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

15 / Ok now we are going to download the new sasiptv playlist to the local playlists to save it,

Just hit the three lines next to the sasiptv – LiveStream playlist you just created…then hit ‘Download to local Playlist’ >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

16 / Ok now you will see the download successful notifiation >

 

sasiptv/GSE

 

17 / Now we want to head back to the home screen & open up youre new sasiptv playlist.

You will now see all you’re Channels, categorised off nicely for you to delve into & explore >

sasiptv/GSEsasiptv

 

 

 

 

 

18 / Now just hit on any particular channel you would like to see  – here i chose SlySportsHD,

You’re selected Stream will begin to play >

 

 


Now to look at the Xtream Codes Section + the Epg

1 / Firstly head to the home page & hit the Xtream-Codes API Section >

 

sasiptv

 

2 / Here you will see GSE IPTV has added the m3u playlist automatically to the Xtreams-Codes format ready for you to enjoy.

You can select either of the sections, ‘Live’ for all the channels Or as i’m going to do, hit the ‘Electronic Program Guide’ >

 

 

sasiptv-Xtream

 

3 / Now pick a channel, here im going for B*Sport 1 >

 

sasiptv-Xtream

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 / Now hold on the channel you wish to see the guide for & the program guide will pop up not only todays schedule…but the schedule for the next 5 days >

 

sasiptv-Xtream

 

And that’s pretty much it guys. Enjoy the sasiptv Streams & get in touch if you have any Q & A’s.

Gse IPTV is a great Apk, Feature rich, adaptable & has a nice, customizable user interface that we really like here at sasiptv.

Don’t forget you can follow us on Twitter here, Or on Facebook here.


 

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30 Jan 2017

How to install kodi krypton 17 and pvr iptv simple client on windows for use with sasiptv iptv

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How to configure LiveTv + EPG for SASIPTV-1 Click Auto-Install for kodi/Xbmc
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How to Install sasiptv + LazyIPTV on Any Android device
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How to Install SASIPTV +The IPTV Apk(Alexander Sofronov)
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How to Setup sasiptv IPTV on your SmartTV
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How to uninstall a Kodi Add-On, the easy way...
How to Use Simple IPTV Multi for kodi
How to watch sasiptv IPTV using your Web Browser
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Install Kodi on you're iPad Or iPhone - No Jailbreak - xcode - Mac Required
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KODI - How to Fix Broken-Missing Or Corrupt Dependencies
KODI audio Settings - simplified
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sasiptv WiFi TipsNTricks

In the enclosed video we show you how to install Kodi 17 krypton from scratch and how to configure PVR iptv simple client so that it may be used with sasiptv IPTV.

Note: This is still a Beta Release.



 

Alternatively, follow this Set up guide for Build user’s>

1. Go to Settings, add ons, My Add ons, PVR clients
2. Go to PVR IPTV Simple Client
3. Make sure the enable/disbale tab shows DISABLE
4. Go to Settings
5. Click where it says M3U Play list URL
6.The box will be empty, just enter the Url you received in you’re emal> http://*********/get.php?username=USERNAME&password=PASSWORD&type=m3u&output=ts
6. Replace the “xxxx” next to username and password with your details and click ok
7. Click the EPG settings Tab on the right
8. The URL will be blank so enter if you have used the main links the URL will already be there>https://deref-gmx.co.uk/mail/client/8PflJbfkLtA/dereferrer/?redirectUrl=http%3A%2F%2F************.co.uk%2FEPG%2Ftvguide2.xml
9. Again replace the “xxxx” next to username and password with your login details
10. Click ok
11. Return to main settings menu and go to *LiveTV
12. In the General tabs, *Enable Live TV
13. TV guide will now appear on main menu, let the EPG load before entering the guide, give this a few minutes…there are a lot of channels.
***Note: if the epg doesn’t populate, go to settings/live tv/general and click clear data

Don’t forget to check out our Kodi Repository, with a fully automated EPG Guide & super easy set up. You can read more about that here.

Links:

https://kodi.tv/download/

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10 Jan 2017

How to Install SASIPTV +The IPTV Apk(Alexander Sofronov)

Install IPTV (Alexander Sofronov) to run SASIPTV Streams with ease


 

1.Head over to the play store here & download IPTV(Alexander Sofronov)

 

 

2.Now go ahead & Install the IPTV Apk

 

 

3. Once Installed onto youre device, go ahead & open it up.

This is what you will see>

 

IPTV/sasiptv

 

4. Now we want to hit ADD PLAYLIST or hit the + icon in the top right corner(as shown below/pic4)….a pop up will appear.

Here is where we want to enter our unique sasiptv Username & Passwordsent to us in our New Account Information email

(It will look like this>http://*******:8000/get.php?username=********&password=**********&type=m3u_plus&output=m3u8)

By far the easiest way to do this is to copy the sasiptv Url sent to you, EDIT IN you’re unique Username & Password, then COPY & PASTE that directly

Here we can also give the playlist a name, i’m using sasiptv in this case.(Handy if using multiple playlists)

Please remember to replace the ******* with you’re unique sasiptv Username & Password in the url BEFORE you paste it into IPTV 

Finally…Hit OK >

 

 

IPTV/sasiptv

 

5. Now the IPTV Apk will populate & you can will see all you’re channels there, we now need to add our Epg Live Tv Guide.

simply hit the three horizontal lines in the top left of you’re screen to bring up the settings menu

 

 

http://51.255.88.38:8000/get.php?username=ehnalzxv&password=d6N532Hhav&type=m3u_plus&output=m3u8

 

6. Hit Settings >

 

 

7. Then hit EPG Sources >

 

 

8. Now we want to enter the  sasiptv EPG url sent to us in the New Account Information email

It will look like this>http://*******************.co.uk/EPG/tvguide2.xml 

Again, copy & pasting the epg url avoids typo errors…..save yourself a headache & use it.

Finally hit OK

 

 

 

9. Now head back to the sasiptv Play list, with all you’re channels displayed >

 

http://51.255.88.38:8000/get.php?username=ehnalzxv&password=d6N532Hhav&type=m3u_plus&output=m3u8

 

10. Here I’ve selected SkySports HD >

 

 

 

Long Press on any channel you want & IPTV will pop up a context menu, with the EPG option there >

 

 

9. Hit the TV Guide

You will see you’re selected channels upcoming programming & other programme details >

 

 

10. If you would like adjust the display, Audio,Subtitle or use the tools during playback, just hit the three little dots in the top right corner tro bring up the menu below

 

 

And that’s pretty much it guys, IPTV by Alexander Safronov is a really straight forward Android IPTV application, that does exactly what it says on the tin…Plays IPTV Streams.

Enjoy the application guys & may the streams be with you.

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04 Jan 2017

How to Install sasiptv + LazyIPTV on Any Android device

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Any Android Device – AnyTime – Anywhere

Hi guys, Today we are going to show you How to Install LazyIPTV + sasiptv HDStreams up & running nice & quickly.

This one I really like because it is…so simple. It’s feature full, yet still very straightforward to use. I would recomend this Application over many others out there at the moment for it’s simplicity.

Ok, let’s get on & get this set up, so we can pull in the Great Streams provided by sasiptv.


1 > Ok, Firstly we will need to head over to the playstore here & download the LazyIPTV apk>

 

2>Ok, now you’ve downloaded the application, open it up, this is what you will see >

 

sasiptv-LazyIPTV

 

  • 3>Ok, now we want to hit the ‘New PlayList’ tab in the top right corner, or hit the + icon – It performs the same function.
  • Now we can either enter the Url sent to us by sasiptv in the new account information, ‘From Internet”
  • Or you can download that same Url. it will be saved as an m3u8 playlist, which can be entered here also under ‘From File’
  • The simplest way is just to copy you’re details DIRECTLY from you’re sasiptv new a/c information, then hit… ‘From ClipBoard’ – Eliminating typo’s

 

sasiptv

 

  • 4>In this case, i’m going to use the URL, sasiptv kindly sent to me to test… then hit the ‘From Internet’ part.
  • Copy the Url sent to you in you’re new account information, with the correct username & password inserted, it should look like this(***** Replaced with you’re username & Password details)
  • http://*********:8000/get.php?username=*******&password=*********&type=m3u_plus&output=m3u8
  • Now hit  ‘Save’ >

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5>LazyIPTV will pick up the url, Insert it & will load up all the channels on the playlist, ready for you to enjoy,

(There are many more there, these are just sample screen shots)

 

sasiptv

 

  • 5>Now we need to load the Electronic Program Guide – This is simple on LazyIPTV especially if you utilize the copy & paste function on you’re device.
  • Copy the ‘EPG’ Url sent to you in you’re new account information.
  • This again, will eliminate any typos on entering the url into LazyIPTV
  • Ok, In the top left corner,(as in pic No2) you will see the three horizontal lines for the options, hit that & you will see the options drop down appear.
  • From here we are going to hit EPG >

 

 

  • 6>Now we are going to give our playlist a name, sasiptv, paste in the Epg Url that we copied from the sasiptv email & hit ‘Save’
  • Add comments if you wish, sometimes handy if you use many playlists.

 

sasiptv

 

7>This is where you will end up after hitting ‘Save’>

 

 

8>This is the Epg that you have just saved, we now simply need to hit the three little dots in the top right hand corner, to bring up the epg options

Here we want to hit Update EPG>

 

 

9>Ok now you will see LazyIPTV Updating the Epg to the current version with the latest information >

 

 

10>When it’s completed, just hit the epg at the top of the page once again(pic 8)

& you will see the sasiptv channels displaying, showing you whats currently on that channel>

 

 

11>Now hit the Specific channel you wish to see the programming for, (here we’ve picked 4Sev*n)

& LazyIPTV will bring up whats on & when >

 

Thats about it guys. LazyIPTV simple as Pie.

To customize or Adjust any setting to you’re own preference, just hit the three horizontal lines in the top left corner to bring up the option menu.

 

sasiptv

 

Here you can add, edit or delete lists, as well as set you’re layouts, colour schemes, edit epgs & whole lot besides.

Over all a really simple piece of kit, that does what it says on the tin….Plays IPTV 🙂

 

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