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rachelcasbon
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Device Managment

How do I access Device Managment?  When I press my blue BT button and go to settings, I only see device info, no device management!  Please help! Its driving me mad!!

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zulu17
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Re: Device Managment

Hi what are you trying to do ?
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rachelcasbon
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Re: Device Managment

ensure the RF output is on so I can mirror to a TV upstairs

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Andy005
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Re: Device Managment

It's under 'Picture and Sound', Antenna Out.

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rachelcasbon
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Re: Device Managment

Ahhhhhh thank you!!

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TimCurtis
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Re: Device Managment

The RF output is ONLY to pass the terrestrial aerial signal through to the attached TV, it doesn't mirror like Sky boxes do.

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rachelcasbon
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Re: Device Managment

So what do I need to do to mirror to a TV upstairs? I'm not worried about being able to chage chanels.  I have a aerial lead that goes upstairs.  I assume this need to go in RF out?  Do I need anyhting else??  Its currently not working so I assume I will need something else.

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Andy005
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Re: Device Managment

I use the BT TV app on a tablet, it's all a bit of a faff with BT but you get what you pay for I guess.

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Andy005
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Re: Device Managment

I think you need a second TV Box which would need to be connected via ethernet.

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TimCurtis
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Re: Device Managment

You might get away with a video sender that accepts HDMI input , outputs HDMI for your local TV & then wirelessly transmits the signal to a receiver upstairs, connecting by HDMI to the TV.

 

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