by tongu055 Contributor

Re: Using a BT Smart Hub when EE becomes your ISP

Sorry, I did not realise that  - thanks for putting me right.

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Using a BT Smart Hub when EE becomes your ISP

Thanks! You're welcome :)!


The only thing prevenring an EE SH being used on any ISP is the rule that the BB Username must end in '@fs'. The BT SH is similar except that the rule is more complex. Anyone with the skill to hack the firmware can w/out much difficulty elininate these rules.


So I'm quite willing to accept that @iOnicDev has cracked it. It can be done.

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by NilSatisOptimum

Re: Using a BT Smart Hub when EE becomes your ISP

Frankly its grotesquely absurd that EE (BT Group) and all the other ISP, are throwing lumps of plastic and metal components to customers, we are supposedly in the end days of self supporting environment and individuals being asked to change their ways,  yet here we are in 2019, companies still behaving beyond impunity...

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