So I’m adding a few playlists to Tivimate. All goes well and processes and installing fine on the Firestick. Now these same playlist return an error when trying to add them to Tivimate on the Nvidia TV Shield. Any thoughts?
Is your Tivimate the real deal, or one of those cloned ones? If, the real deal, then make sure of your typing of the code properly.
Premium account, so should be fine. Just wondering if I’ve hit device limit, if that would make it impossible to load a playlist? No device warning though
I was referring to the app itself. Some iptv services say their codes will not work on cloned Tivimate apps.
You can check in your Companion if you have reached your limit of 5 connections.
I will check, as I’m not sure, but I think I downloaded it via a Troypoint tutorial.
Also I don’t have companion so I’ll have to take a look at that. Tivimate has always worked fine on my Firestick and the playlist from my providers are running A-Okay on that.
Then it sounds like you may have reached your 5 connection limit.
See! This is what happens when the kids leave home and start logging in and using all yer Apps etc
Is companion a standalone App I should download? On the PC/Firestick or Nvidia?
Download the Tivimate Companion app from the Google Play Store and check to see what is activated on your account. First open up your Tivimate>Settings>About and login using the email you originally used. You will need to set up a PW, so if you did have one but can’t remember. Then use the “Forgot Password” option.
You can download the Companion on any android or use BlueStack for Apple r computers.
I have mine on my phone.
The Shield auto-corrects, or auto-screws you when typing these in. I would highly recommend copy and pasting, there are a couple threads here that have great options for this, but the Shield TV App lets you take full control of your Shield through your phone and easily copy and paste the playlist urls, etc.
Use this all the time. It is a fantastic app!
…or do a backup, copy that backup to your cloud drive, and then copy it to your local storage on you shild and just do a restore then. I do that all the time, I keep one copy of Tivimate as a master to use to restore to my Fire products and Shield.
…also different app versions can cause conflict
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