I will try to post a pic a little later, but yes the Zgemma H7S does a wicked fast Blind Scan and doesn't seem to miss any channels either. Because this is a Linux based box using OpenPLi it is going to be a bit more involved getting it set up for the first time. But once you get familiar with the oodles of menus and buttons on the remote, switching channels and satellites is a breeze! It took me a good 3.5 days non stop learning all about this new box. It can be overwhelming at first, like learning about a new Windows PC.oh sorry, i forgot to asks if you can show some screenshoots of the blindscan please.
Are you sure you got the Genuine Zgemma H7S STB receiver directly from Air Digital Limited factory and not a copied box from someone else?? If you had a H7S for the past couple of months, why not say anything about it back then?? Did your sample come with any kind of owners manual? Mine did, I made sure to read it thoroughly too.Received a H7S sample from the factory a few months ago. The factory firmware did not blindscan. I have upgraded to the latest OTV firmware and the option still is not available. What hardware & firmware version are you running? What menu screen?
Well, there was a good 2 or 3 month delay before the factory went into full production two weeks ago. The delay was caused by a significant change of the front panel design, otherwise everything remained the same. The circuit board in my H7S has a date of April 2017, all highend Boadcom parts inside, as well as Silicon Labs Satellite and Cable Tuners. OpenATV 6.0 is the same firmware that still includes the Service Searching options, I wouldn't know why your not finding that in the menu?I just tested the Network Scan function after deleting the transponders on 117w and it didn't log all of the transponders. I'll contact the factory rep to see if there are any hardware changes between the pre-production sample and your production unit. Sounds like a hardware change if your production run unit is performing a blind scan running the latest OATV firmware. This will certainly be good news as the unit is much better than the other E2 units that I have tested.
Ok, I may stand corrected a little bit. I tend to associate an Automatic Scan and Manual Scan as a Blind Scan, since everytime I've run one on this box, it refreshes the channel list. But within the Manual Scan, you can enter the specific TP info you know of and scan for that, perhaps updating the TP Table.Yes, used the Service Scan, Network Scan, deleting the pre-populated transponders. I'll have too look at the tables for the services found and missed to compare and see why not all were logged.
Didn't know about the ATSC model. Something to look forward to. Thanks for the info...