I just donated you a 10.
Even though I can't test as I don't have SDE installed yet, I wanted to say thanks for all your efforts for this! It is always ppl like you who make our devices worth a lot more for us with functions I didn't even think of when I bought it.
THANK YOU! Keep up the amazing pace!
another little step for mankind but a big step for this project
after writing several bash scripts, I got an easy cross build environment for maybe any kind of source code.. so I managed to cross compile tzap (and szap / czap) for tuning and guess what...... IT'S WORKING!
Amazing work man! Looking forward to this, do you think it might work on my Archos 70 Internet Tablet ? or does it need more power than the 70 can give out? (might be able to do it anyway with a powered hub)
setup: setup dvb_usb core driver and install dvb utils
+ loadmod: shell script for easy firmware and kernel module load (only insmod -> no modprobe on this system)
+ rmmods: shell script for unloading kernel modules
+ ..zap: zapping utility
w_scan: scanning utility
install sde and permroot by dogmaphobia (read this)
boot rooted android
copy content of zip file to internal storage ( e.g. /mnt/storage/dvb )
# cd /mnt/storage/dvb
# sh setup
# sh loadmod mod/<KERNEL_MODULE>.ko
plug in dvb-t usb stick
# w_scan -ft -c<COUNTRY_CODE> -X > channels.conf
# tzap -c channels.conf -rSp "<CHANNEL_NAME>" &
# cat /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0 > test.ts
cancel with ctrl+c after some seconds or minutes
# killall tzap
[# sh rmmods] (optional)
now you should have some recording of your selected channel under /mnt/storage/dvb
copy it to your computer and watch it with VLC or some other video player
Don't forget to report your issues or success here! Thanks in advance!
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