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    Can someone please post a step by step on setting up an XRS 4000?

  • #2
    Don't think you need a step by step to set up the XRS 4000. Really easy to set up, like most stb's are.

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    • #3
      Sorry - but if I didn't think I needed one, I wouldn't have asked for one. I know my limits. ;-)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ryan Coke View Post
        Can someone please post a step by step on setting up an XRS 4000?
        Connect to internet (either wifi or ethernet) and connect your hdmi to your tv. Power up the XRS4000. Wait for it to load to the main screen. Select Settings and then Servers. Pick the 1st Server box and enter your assigned server. Check User Credentials box and enter the donation number and password (both are the donation number). Your MAC address can't be changed. It's listed in the top right of the page but it's called Server ID# and starts with 00:1A:79: You will have to go to the Donation Checker on the IPTV website and enter the MAC. Do a IPTV reset after you've entered the info.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kerruptor View Post

          Connect to internet (either wifi or ethernet) and connect your hdmi to your tv. Power up the XRS4000. Wait for it to load to the main screen. Select Settings and then Servers. Pick the 1st Server box and enter your assigned server. Check User Credentials box and enter the donation number and password (both are the donation number). Your MAC address can't be changed. It's listed in the top right of the page but it's called Server ID# and starts with 00:1A:79: You will have to go to the Donation Checker on the IPTV website and enter the MAC. Do a IPTV reset after you've entered the info.
          Thanks i was just trying to post a link for a video.But this will do fine.

          https://papiao.is/main/search_nfps

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Kerruptor View Post

            Connect to internet (either wifi or ethernet) and connect your hdmi to your tv. Power up the XRS4000. Wait for it to load to the main screen. Select Settings and then Servers. Pick the 1st Server box and enter your assigned server. Check User Credentials box and enter the donation number and password (both are the donation number). Your MAC address can't be changed. It's listed in the top right of the page but it's called Server ID# and starts with 00:1A:79: You will have to go to the Donation Checker on the IPTV website and enter the MAC. Do a IPTV reset after you've entered the info.
            Thanks a lot. I'm not sure if I can find my donation number. I will have to do some digging.

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            • Dodgeit
              Dodgeit commented
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              That part you don't have to put in the box.But you do need it to log into your account to change the mac.So don't check use credentials because you don't need them.

          • #7
            I'm a bit unsure about the mac address. When I change from my old box, what address do i use for the new box?

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            • #8
              Many say THANK YOU. Quick setup and GREAT FEATURES for XR4000. Instructions given work good and work quick.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by Ryan Coke View Post
                I'm a bit unsure about the mac address. When I change from my old box, what address do i use for the new box?
                Use the Mac from the new box. Delete the old one first on the Donation check site.

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                • #10
                  Mac should look like 00:79:1A........
                  All information provided is for informational purposes only. Use at your own risk.

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                  • #11
                    Thanks guys, for all the help.

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