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None of the above is dependent on the custom firmware. The only things you might have an issue with are:Thread update:
I bought a buffalo HD-PCU2 1.0 TB ministation [usb external hard drive] as my drive was getting full and the kids didn't want to delete their favourite shows.
-Humax HDR Fox T2 -reads and writes without reformatting from it's shipped FAT32 format.
-It doesn't have or need external power supply.
-Humax plays my apple mp4 videos that I have transferred from PC. [made using freemake]
-PC plays humax files with VLC media player
It is really small and neat and the blue LED is the same shade as the Humax blue light for those that care.
It was much easier than I thought.
(I did update the Humax firmware last year which may have enabled some features.)
- Fat32 has a 4GB limit on file size. Trying to copy a recording that is greater than 4GB will cause the copy to be truncated with no warning.
- HiDef recordings must be Foxy'd or auto-unprotected before the copy will be usable on PC or wherever.