How do I set up my Interactive TV?

You can set up your Interactive TV by following the below steps:

Kamai 510 STB & Aria 610 STB

  1. Use one end of a CAT 5 cable (provided with the self-installation kit) and connect it to port 4 of the Internet modem
  2. Connect the other end of the CAT 5 cable to the GO Interactive set-top box
  3. Connect the HDMI cable, provided with the set-top box, to the set-top box itself and the HDMI port on your TV set
  4. Connect the AC adapter with the set-top box and the electricity socket
  5. Switch on your set-top box and your TV set, and make sure that the TV is connected to the correct input source (the Interactive box would need to load and sometimes also have a software update, so this might take some time)

For further information, we suggest you have a look at the User Guide.

 

Amigo 7X V2 Android TV STB

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Wired connection:

  1. Use one end of a CAT 5 cable (provided with the self-installation kit) and connect it to any port of the Internet modem, except for port4
  2. Connect the other end of the CAT 5 cable to the GO Interactive set-top box
  3. Connect the HDMI, provided with the set-top box, to the set-top box itself and the HDMI on your TV set
  4. Connect the AC adapter with the set-top box and the electricity socket
  5. Switch on your set-top box and your TV set, and make sure that the TV is connected to the correct input source
  6. Follow the on-screen instruction to set up your Android TV STB
  7. Pair the remote control with your Android TV STB by pressing the “OK” and the “Apps” button on the remote control simultaneously
  8. The STB would need to load and sometimes also have a software update, so this might take some time.
  9. The GO TV app will become available in the Android Home Screen

Wireless connection – Alternatively, one can use a Wi-Fi Connection:

  1. Connect the HDMI cable, provided with the set-top box, to the set-top box itself and the HDMI port on your TV set
  2. Connect the AC adapter with the set-top box and the electricity socket
  3. Switch on your set-top box and your TV set, and make sure that the TV is connected to the correct input source
  4. Follow the on-screen instruction to set up your Android TV STB
  5. Pair the remote control with your Android TV STB by pressing the “OK” and the “Apps” button on the remote control simultaneously
  6. Select your Wi-Fi network and enter the Wi-Fi password
  7. The STB would need to load and sometimes also have a software update, so this might take some time.
  8. The GO TV app will become available in the Android Home Screen

For further information, we suggest you have a look at the User Guide.