It says "You may need to retune on the 19th July".
As 5 out of the 6 multiplexes are changing frequencies, that should read "You will need to retune".
Hmm, I rather think you might be disappointed.I'm planning to let the Tunefix Fairy deal with all this.
Have you? (Need an emoticon for 'mystified', but there isn't one.)And to that end, I have sprinkled some fairy dust his way.
As it happens, that'll do nicely for me. Tunbridge Wells is only where Facebook _thinks_ I live.1.0.51:
Remove BT Showcase HD and BBC RB 2-6Mux. moves for 700 MHz clearance at:Heathfield (PSB1, PSB2, COM4, COM5, COM6)Tunbridge Wells (PSB1, PSB2)Bluebell Hill (Everything)
Tunbridge Wells COM4, COM5, COM6 and Local require a Manual retune.
No. They go into af123's fighting fund. The hosting for the forum, wiki, and RS, domain fees, and Xenforo fees, are at his expense (although the forum itself was originally set up and paid for by Michael, he wanted out).Do donations via this forum not reach the Tunefix Fairy?
No????? This is disappointing indeed.The Tunefix fairy ain't psychic
Ah. How do we thank the Tunefix Fairy, then? I presume clapping one's hands doesn't do the job?No. They reach the Custom Firmware fairy.
Point me at that thread. I may have a friend in the Bluebell Hill area...Did it work completely then? Nobody from Bluebell Hill/Heathfield responded to the request for tuning info. either, so I wondered if we had any users in those TX areas.
I know. It's a bit like how time travel doesn't work either.No????? This is disappointing indeed.
Send some bitcoins by carrier pigeon, then I can melt them down and sell the metal.How do we thank the Tunefix Fairy, then?
I think that just moves air molecules about and makes them and your hands a bit warmer.I presume clapping one's hands doesn't do the job?
Too late now, but https://hummy.tv/forum/threads/request-for-your-transmitter-tuning-info.8468/Point me at that thread. I may have a friend in the Bluebell Hill area...
Very funny - but you can't fool me. I've seen Doctor Who, so I even know HOW it works.I know. It's a bit like how time travel doesn't work either.
I'll answer that last week.
Courtesy tunefix and auto-schedule-restore, not tunefix-update (which would not have required the auto-retune).I did an auto retune, a couple of reboots, and I had everything back - all the channels back in the right places, idiotic channels gone, recording schedule back in place. Bliss.
do you still need that info? my t2 aided by your tunefix never skipped a beat during this traumatic retune on bluebell hill. even more helpful since i was recovering from bennevisitis in scotland when it happened.