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How do I keep the recording features of the sky+ box after I get a new card?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
As per title really :)
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
All your recordings will still be on there.
#2
abacus
All your recordings will still be on there.


I want to still be able to record though
#3
Have you taken a new subscription out?
#4
no, its for a new card - I will have the old card still
#5
Whats the reason you have got a new card for?

Is it the renewal card from Sky?

If its a new card for the same account, its will work.

If the new card is for a different account and your putting it into your exisitng box, (after its been coded to the box) you will only be able to watch any recordings which are "freeview" - any recordings which are part of a sky package wll not work..

This happend with me.. I was using my old sky box and card when i moved it into my house from my old property.. (I only told sky to cancel the contract 5 days before moving home) and then when i moved I just used my existing card in the new property with my exisiting box.

I then took out a new contract, card only, and lost all recordings of things which were in the planner which was part of the sky package.

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