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There are two versions of the app: a [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vasilchmax free] one and a [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mvas.stbemu.pro paid] one ([[App versions|see the difference]]). Even though they a distributed from different accounts on Google Play they both were created by the same developer, so don't worry :)
 
There are two versions of the app: a [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vasilchmax free] one and a [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mvas.stbemu.pro paid] one ([[App versions|see the difference]]). Even though they a distributed from different accounts on Google Play they both were created by the same developer, so don't worry :)
  
To work with this application you have to create at least one [[Settings:STB profile|STB profile]] - a set of options required for emulation. In most cases you need to have a real STB to get some data from it and write into profile. But anyways, a lot of web portals are free and open for everyone, so you only need to know an URL of a portal you want to use. More information you can read on page [[Settings:STB profile|STB profile]].
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To work with this application you have to create at least one [[STB profile|STB profile]] - a set of options required for emulation. In most cases you need to have a real STB to get some data from it and write into profile. But anyways, a lot of web portals are free and open for everyone, so you only need to know an URL of a portal you want to use. More information you can read on page [[Settings:STB profile|STB profile]].
  
 
You also may configure some of [[Common settings|common application settings]], like UI language, video settings and others.
 
You also may configure some of [[Common settings|common application settings]], like UI language, video settings and others.
  
Configuration options for some IPTV portals are listed on [[Settings:IPTV Providers|IPTV Providers]] page.
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Configuration options for some IPTV portals are listed on [[IPTV Providers|IPTV Providers]] page.
  
 
There is also a version for desktop platforms (tested on Windows and Linux), which name is YASEM (Yet Another Stb EMulator). It's opensource and is under development now. You may get sources from [https://github.com/mvasilchuk/yasem GitHub]. Keep in mind that this application may not work as it should, because it's on a very early stage and is full of bugs.
 
There is also a version for desktop platforms (tested on Windows and Linux), which name is YASEM (Yet Another Stb EMulator). It's opensource and is under development now. You may get sources from [https://github.com/mvasilchuk/yasem GitHub]. Keep in mind that this application may not work as it should, because it's on a very early stage and is full of bugs.

Revision as of 13:58, 11 May 2016


This Wiki is for IPTV STB Emulator v0.8+. If you want to read wiki for previous versions, go to http://wiki-old.stbemu.com

Description

IPTV STB Emulator is an application for Android 4.0+, which allows users to open web portals, designed to run on IPTV STBs to watch internet TV. At this moment STBs MAG100/200/245/250 and AuraHD from Ukrainian company Infomir are supported.

There are two versions of the app: a free one and a paid one (see the difference). Even though they a distributed from different accounts on Google Play they both were created by the same developer, so don't worry :)

To work with this application you have to create at least one STB profile - a set of options required for emulation. In most cases you need to have a real STB to get some data from it and write into profile. But anyways, a lot of web portals are free and open for everyone, so you only need to know an URL of a portal you want to use. More information you can read on page STB profile.

You also may configure some of common application settings, like UI language, video settings and others.

Configuration options for some IPTV portals are listed on IPTV Providers page.

There is also a version for desktop platforms (tested on Windows and Linux), which name is YASEM (Yet Another Stb EMulator). It's opensource and is under development now. You may get sources from GitHub. Keep in mind that this application may not work as it should, because it's on a very early stage and is full of bugs.

Settings

See Settings page.

Download

See Download page.

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