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How To Enable And Load Cccam On Your Qsat Decoder

Okay, so there’s been a lot of talk about Qsat challenges ranging from stability and reliability during live matches, to number of channels available for viewing. Sometimes, cheap things bring us more stress. However, since the options for access to good tv programming in Africa remain few, the chinese technology opportunists will keep serving what the majority can afford.

The fact is, eventhough many know the reliability issues Qsat is saddled with, they still ignore CCcam and Oscam servers for avatarcam codes. Maybe the world of satellite technology enthusiasts and tv viewers is gradually but steadily waking up to the present recognition of the fact that a blend of the two is perhaps the only way to sustain a beautiful viewing experience in this present times.

So to get the whole package : Reliability, Stability and Complete Channel List, you have decided to get a cccam account to use on your Qsat. The intention here then is to show you how to enable cccam capability on your Qsat decoder, to give you access to all the benefits cccam users enjoy watching tv via dreambox, strong and openbox decoders.

Here’s what to do to access CCcam protocol on your Qsat :》

1. Press MENU On Your Remote.

2. Select SETTING

3. Navigate to XCAM SETUP ( Last Item On That Page. Can Be Found Just After SYSTEM)( If you dont find Xcam setup on this page, dont fret. The service is simply not active, and that’s not a problem . You can activate xcam by simply pressing 1512 Whiles on the SETTING page. Xcam menu will pop up).

After selecting Xcam in the previous step, the next page should present you with four items PATCH, SHARING, AVATARCAMHD and DQCAM. Now let’s move to the next step.

4. Select SHARING This where you are going to input information from your purchased CCCam account. Take note of what I’m going to say next. When you navigate to SERVER, PORT, USER and PORT, you have to press the RIGHT NAVIGATION BUTTON to bring up the onscreen keyboard for you to type in values. Also, After typing the correct values in each of the following sections, You MUST PRESS THE BLUE BUTTON on your remote to save what you typed, else you lose everything. While the onscreen keyboard is on, you can type special characters by PRESSING THE RED BUTTON on your remote control.

5. First Item is the SERVER NUMBER. Since this is your first cccam account, leave this at 1.

6. Then you have ACTIVE. This should be turned to ON.

7. Next item is PROTOCOL. Select CCCAM for the protocol.

8. Next you have SERVER. Here, type in server address/IP/url provided in your purchased account. E.g (sky9.dyndns.cx / 201.135.222.222 / http:// **********

9. Now you have PORT. This is the relay network port of your server address. This should be a five digit number

10.Next Item is USER. Here input the username/UserID/LoginID provided In your account.

11.Now you have PASSWORD. Also provided by account supplier.

12. The last items include DESKEY and STATUS. Deskey is needful when protocol is MGcam or NewCam. Now You have entered all your values correctly. To connect the cccam, simply press the BLUE BUTTON on your remote control.

Before doing this however, you should have deactivated avatarcam, the inbuilt protocol Qsat uses to grant access to scrambled channels. To do this, simply move back one page from where you are, by pressing EXIT/BACK. Now select PATCH, and turn AVATARCAMHD from ON to OFF. When this is done, you can return to SHARING and connect your cccam.

Now, if your internet connection is ok, your purchased cccam is valid, and your input has been correctly done, the STATUS should indicate CONNECTED, which indicates you are good to go with viewing.

Using GPRS for CCCAM might not be the best, as you might not enjoy the kind of data packet flow that would keep your cccam working without breaks. I suggest you use a 3G/3.5G/3.75G/4G USB stick instead of a gprs direct simcard connection. Once slotted at the back or front of your box, Navigate to MENU>>> SETTING>>> ETHERNET CONFIG>>> 3G.
APN is usually Internet for most Service Providers, Dialcode is *99#. Save your settings and you would have an amazingly stable cccam viewing experience that you would relish. You can also use LAN CONNECTION if you have a wired fixed broadband internet. I Hope this article has provided you with enough information and you some help.

Should you need a stable, reliable and affordable CCcam Account as a reseller or End User, leave your comment here and I’ll contact you via your email so we can discuss. TV1 and Aone available.

Happy Christmas and a Fantastic New Year of New Technologies

CCcam is a a protocol that enables server/ client communications for the purpose of sharing digital electronic control strings that are used on some digital media platforms. It is a kind of cardsharing protocol, where “sharing” simply means the right to access digital packages by connecting to a CCcam cardsharing server via the Internet. The main function of such server is to transfer the encrypted channel codes over a network to computers(and other IP enabled devices) connected to that server. 

If you have at least a hundred channels, you might have realized not all are Free-To-Air. Some of them are obviously locked/scrambled/encrypted. And they are encrypted because you didn’t pay the satellite provider to make them available for your viewing pleasure. Now, your standard satellite receiver will show only those channels that you paid for, there’s no way it can decrypt (unlock) channels at no cost since it wasn’t designed to support cardsharing or run CCcam protocol software. But, there are other models of satellite receivers which are cardshare-capable and a lot of of them are available these days.

One of the most popular choices is the Linux-based satellite receiver called the Dreambox. Once you get yourself hands on one of those bad boys, hook it up to the PC, download and  install the CCcam computer software, configure it and run it. The most popular on the African continent however would be the Strong HD decoders, from Strong Techonologies Ltd. Qsat decoeers also support cccam. Whichever of these decoders you have, if you can correctly configure cccam on the decoder, you will be able to establish a connection with the CCcam cardsharing server of your choice.Your receiver will be communicating with the server which in turn will be sending you the decrypted channel codes and key strings, meaning that you will gain a full access to the satellite TV channels which were previously unavailable. The cardsharing server shares the decrypted information obtained through a valid satellite subscription card with other users who are connected to it. The amount of obtainable channels depends on the area you live in, the direction your satellite dish is pointing at and its size. 

Now, finding a CCcam Server is not difficult, there are several on the internet. But finding a reliable, stable, and cost effective cam service is not always easy. Finding a server that provides access to local channels on the African continent is what matters to most people. Perhaps, you have tried all kinds of servers, but remain eternally disappointed. Perhaps, you have heard of servers that don’t work like they are praised and advertised. Help has come to you.

The common thing in Africa is football. And every lover of football knows the networks that provide the best services. And you and I know the charges are sometimes crazy. If these networks were really thinking about the ordinary man and not the bourgeoisie in society, they would likely reduce the cost of watching tv and enjoying some little entertainment. It’s always a perfect thing to do, if you have the money and can subscribe to a satellite network monthly or yearly to enjoy all you favourite programs. That’s absolutely perfect.

If you however are not like the politicians, the businessmen and the highly placed executives in society, CCcam might just be the solution to all the difficulty in accessing good tv programming. The best server on the continent of Africa, TV1, is here to help you out. Maybe you have already heard about tv1, but are not sure it works. Well, I am telling you this day that, it is the most reliable, stable and maintained server you can find anywhere in Africa. Channel zapping is like never before. Are you ready for a new digital experience?

Send a message to the Kalunda team leaving a short comment expressing interest and let us sort you out if you are ready to enjoy some good tv this season.

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