Hi Chaps, I have an issue with my newly fixed (8 weeks to replace the hard drive ) Humax HDR Fox T2. Before it left my care, my hummy was working perfectly with the custom firmware. I had content sharing on 24/7 plus unencrypt, rsync etc. When my Hummy was finally delivered last week, loaded with 1.02.27, I promptly upgrade it to .28 and wacked on the 28_mod. All seemed fine at first, however once I enabled Content Sharing the trouble began.Whenever I start the device from a complete standby state, the box boots up with picture and sound and within the space of 1-5 minutes, promptly freezes (audio still playing) and restarts. Once the restart is completed, it works perfectly. Through my own testing I have found the follow: The problem only occurs when the network connection is active Switching the Content Sharing option to ON when it is off also causes the device to crash instantly The issue does not effect the device when it is in standby or recording in semi-active mode I have removed other DLNA devices from the network There is obviously something broken with the Content Sharing system, that occurs when it first makes connection within my home network. There are at max, 4 files on the box, and I have reset the DLNA database several times but the problem persists. The thing is, I don't even want to use Content Sharing! I only ever use the network connection to enable unencrypt, stream videos from my NAS or file share with my pc (via samba.) Note that the latter two items work without Content Sharing. What exactly does unencrypt use from the Conent Sharing function? I disconnected my Humax last night from the network but left Content Sharing on, and all files were decrypted today. So obviously unencrypt (and possible other functions) do not require Content Sharing with an active network connection. Is there a way that I could modify the Content Sharing setting via telnet so that it would operate as if no network connection existed? Thus running but not actively attempting to share videos, operating in a crippled state!