One of my supported users has no internet connection, and never will. Her retunes have to be done manually.Err, no... they prepare for a change - that's the point (but not by the length of time you're taking about).
Retune events are flagged as dates in the coverage checker.
Yes, went through that myself on 5th June. "Life" is now too complicated for the elderly, particularly if relatively isolated. In the "good old days", there were only 2-5 channels and they didn't move around.One of my supported users has no internet connection, and never will. Her retunes have to be done manually.
No need to shout. I don't need the hearing aid - yet.OK then. The thing is here that the recent changes around LCNs 12, 19 and 25 do not require a retune. Do nothing and they stay where they always have been. Retune? Pointless.
Seems you are correct.Discovery will thus want Quest on 12 instead of 37
rxtvlog.com said:On Wednesday, one day after the transfer of ownership, Home moved from channel 12 to 42, allowing Discovery to move DMAX from 42 to 37 and enabling it to promote Quest from 37 to the prime slot of channel 12.