This article should be able to answer your questions
on how to use cccam on strong decoders and qsat.
Many have been doubting if truly cccam works on
qsat, but the truth is, the best decoder to use cccam
is qsat. The reason is, it connects much faster and
very stable and you can as well use gprs, unlike
strong that you would have to search for compatible
modem or LAN to use it. Most times, the freezing and
skipping comes from the decoder itself and not from
the server. If you had used TV1 cccam then, you
should clearly understand what i mean.
NB; Spycam or no spycam, your cccam will connect
and work perfectly.
You may wonder what is cccam?
CCcam server is a kind of cardsharing protocol, where
“sharing” simply means the right to access digital
packages by connecting to a CCcamcardsharing
server via the Internet. The main function of such
server is to transfer the encrypted channel codes over
a network to computers connected to that server.
Example is on Eutelsat 9east that is the latest in town
now. After you track it, cccam would enable you to
watch all the encrypted channels on the satellite.
Now to use cccam on strong decoders, follow this
1. Turn on your decoder and look for any huawei
modem, subscribe like 10MB , insert the sim to
the modem and plug into the decoder through the
2. Go to settings>>>
3. Click on ipsettings as sub menu on settings>>>
4. You should DACP,ETHERNET AND 3G. Now select
5. Select 3G, then press the exit button on your
remote, it will ask you to save. save and wait for
some seconds, it should connect. If it doesn’t
connect, go back to ipsetings, press the yellow button
on your remote, then manually add the APN for the
network. Eg, MTN (web.gprs.mtnnigeria.net), GLO
(gloflat), ETISALAT( etisalat) ,AIRTEL,
(internet.ng.airtel.com). On the Phone number, type
(*99#). save and exit, it should be able to connect.
6. Now Press 8281 on your remote, you should see
these on your screen;
Click on anything there, scroll down and select
cccam, ID,password and server address as well as
port would be provided to you after you pay for cccam
account. Enter it below, and press the red button on
your remote to connect. If you enter everything
correctly, you should see this;
And the channel should start displaying underground;
So simple right?
Now let’s move on to Qsat users;
1. Get a compatible sim and buy data bundle as least
10mb. Now select gprs and it should connect.
2. Now go to setting;
3. Scroll down and select XCAM setup> and then
Now enter your cccam details>>>
Now press the blue button on your Qsat remote, it will
connect within three seconds. Then you shouls be
able to watch all the encrypted channels on the
satellite the uses the cccam.
The only disadvantages here is the language;
Analysis on Hungarian language and german.
With this, you should be able to easily use cccam on
your qsat and strong decoder.
Just a quick recap on the latest on qsat and 9east;
Like i said earlier when i posted the latest software
release from qsat that, Qsat hasn’t done anything
100% before, we find out that the software was full of
many bugs. And i haven’t heard from a single user
that load the software that spycam is opening dstv or
canal. I have Qsat 28q and my neighbor has Q11g
and 13g respectively. Whatever information i give you
here concerning qsat, if you don’t take it, you fall into
You don’t have to be told how qsat behaves, buying 6
months account and only use it for 2 days without
The only reason you should buy qsat account is for
those that installed powervu in their home and wants
to enjoy auto roll majic on qsat decoders. Apart from
that, i shouldn’t see any reason for you to purchase
and qsat account in respect to watching dstV
channels. If you’re being told elsewhere or read on
anywhere to purchase spycam account, if you don’t
have powervu installed, don’t buy it.
Eutelsat 9east is still the hottest bird n town, though
their have been some challenges nailing the satellite.
If you in anyway need help, contact me through
whatsapp or call, i will avail you professional
installers across Nigeria and Africa. If you’re closer to
me, I will come do it for you myself, but you will have
to pay. Mind you, the broadcast are not in English. If
you can’t cope with it and cccam issues, get an
HD 24 is still working very fine from 135cm dish
above. But if you can get 120cm offset dish, it will
work fine with scalar ring and a good lnb.
Sony is still doing it thing. Still tagged the best and
king of FTA, but you need a bigger dish.
Andriod box is still the hottest selling box out there.
You can confirm on konga and jumia yourself. But the
advantage pakogist have over them is, we program
the box for you before sending, while the one from
elsewhere comes blank. you would have to burn lots
of gigs to install the applications before you will even
begin watching live TV on it. But if you get it from us,
you are 100% guaranteed free streaming on all the 4G
networks and cheaper tweaks on all the GSM
networks. I still recommend andriod box to any
cccam or FTA out there because FTA is a “use while
it last thing”
I hope this should answer questions to those
doubters out there and advise for those that have