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Hi all,

So I have just noticed on the NeTV there are four pinouts by the SD card, +3, GND, RX and TX. Does this happen to be a potential USB port by any chance?

I have a USB device I am looking to connect to my system and I was hoping the NeTV would happen to have something I could utilise... Failing that I would have to use a Raspberry Pi and then send the data across wirelessly (utilising the WiFi).

Has anyone come across using USB with NeTV before? If so I am very interested in your findings.

Cheers,

Alex

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So the firmware works like a charm and it did automatically recognise all 8gb and 16gb (I borrowed a 16gb from a colleague to check) smile

Cheers for the help!

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Hi guys,

Thanks for the support!

taa - I have downloaded the image smile

xobs - Thanks for putting it online smile

Hi all,

So I have been looking at how "bridge" is being created (for example http://<IP>/bridge?cmd=tickerevent&message=Hello).

From what I understand it is a RESTful service, is that correct?

In addition, where is bridge actually being created? I can't actually find the place at all.

Cheers,

Alex

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Hi taa & xobs,

I really appreciate that! I guess it would be easier if xobs puts the file on bunniefoo.com and then shares the link?

Thanks for the help,

Alex

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Hi All,

I have been playing around with my NeTV and it seems I have run out of space. I have ordered a new 8gb SD card, however I was wondering if there is a place where I can download an image of what is on the freshly shipped NeTV's?

Many thanks,

Alex