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09-20-2012 10:46 AM #13
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Now to anyone who had their receivers in Chicago to have their receivers remapped there is a way to restore your receivers information but Glen can not do it with the old program he is using. Nor is that being given out to the public at this time for reasons most will understand. You will need to email the map restoration team (either the programmer or myself) to first check to see if he compromised your receiver then if so we can fix it and return your info back to you cleaned up and restored. This can be done without shipping your receiver as you only need to be able to pull out that nvram/bin file and send that file only.
If things were done properly and on the up and up then none of this conversation would be taking place right now.
If I did not care what happened to others I could have kept quiet.
Several people on this forum who restored their own maps contacted me and even spoke over the phone when they were not totally certain when doing their mappings. ALL of them would also say one thing, none were ever charged for this and all of them had their maps restored properly.
As to anyone who "donated" to the map master project through Glentech web site none of that ever went to the project and the web site he is running is not his own but run through the back door of one of his web clients and glen pays not one penny towards that web site service. Glen told me on the phone one time he used all those donations for himself as he had no money and needed food to eat. So even that was a scam to people who thought they were giving to a worthy cause.
Wonder what the owner of the music world would say if he knew of the shady practices glen does and how it make the music world look bad as well since it is on their web service that web site is run.
Maybe people should start emailing the owner of the Music World and start letting them know.Toys: 1- AZbox Ultra: and 3-AZbox Premium Plus HD's; AzBox ME; Alien 2; Micro HD; Amiko HD 8240; DSR-4200-V; DSR-315; 3-DSR-920, 1-DSR-921 & 3-DSR-922 receivers. Several BUD's & a few small dishes.
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09-20-2012 01:51 PM #14
I hate to say but it's factual.
I have been in the satellite TVRO hobby (off and on since 1989 and some of the biggest scammers I have delft with, know of or have been scammed by were in the TVRO community.
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09-22-2012 09:59 AM #15Tivo Series 3 HD DVR, AZBox Elite HD, Pansat 9200, Coolsat 8000, Neusat 9000, 4 Ku & 2 C-band dishes, and a Roku 2 XD
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09-27-2012 10:25 AM #16
Hey look another Happy GlenTech Customer.
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09-27-2012 12:03 PM #17
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09-27-2012 02:01 PM #18Pub Member / Supporter
Also, just want to confirm if his procedure actually changes the receiver's Unit ID shown in diagnostics or if it's just an internal log showing the firmware originally came from another receiver.
What purpose does the Unit ID number actually have as only the Receiver number is required to subscribe to HITS TV.