So you’re looking to setup the STB Emulator app?
We’ve got some good news, you’ve come to the right place. In this short article we’ll show you the easiest and fastest way to configure the STB emulator app and how you can set it up with any IPTV service. This will work on any android box, phone, tablet, or TV. In short, if you have the Google Playstore then you can download this app relatively easily. To begin, you’ll need to download the app. there is a pro version which costs $7.49 CAD from the Google Playstore and does not have any ads. You can get the lite version which is free but has ads.
- Go into settings > profile > select new profile > STB configuration > Here you’ll find MAC address beginning with 00:1A:79. Give this to your provider. If you don’t have one click here.
- Go back one page > portal settings > portal URL > here you want to type in URL for the server you subscribed to. This is something your IPTV provider should’ve given you.
- Lastly, exit back to main page > get the drop down menu > select profile twice and service should load up. It’s really that easy!
Step by Step instructions with photos to setup STB emulator:
Open the STB emulator app and get the drop down menu. To do this press menu/guide button on your remote or using the mouse cursor and select upper right hand side of the screen. Go into the settings.
Inside the settings select profiles options.
Select an existing profile or create a new one if you want to add a second server.
Select STB Configuration
Next, locate your MAC address and write it down. This is what you’ll need to give your IPTV provider to activate a subscription. You can purchase one here if you don’t already have one.
Afterwards, exit back one page and you’ll find portal settings. Go ahead and select it.
Your provider should send you a URL and this would be the place to enter it. Make sure you type in the first field titled “Portal URL” and NOT the internal portal.
Exit back to the main page and get the drop down menu. From here, select the profile as show in the picture below.
Finally, you’ll see the profile where we entered the URL and activated the MAC. Select it and it should load up. If you’re seeing a login-authetication screen this means the MAC address entered has not yet been activated. If a purchase was recently made please wait for it to be activated. If issue persists please your provider to resolve the issue, if you have a subscription with Cable Streams contact us.
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