Have you purchased one of the following streaming devices & and have been extorted for an additional payment to keep your live TV service?
Here is a list of boxes that can be converted remotely to the same same firmware that powers the StreamPro V20 with access to all content available:
The following devices can be converted and will still work better than it ever has for you. However, due to the Android version being so old, 1 add-on will not work out of all that is available to use.
These devices are over 5 years old now and technology is beginning to surpass the device abilities. If you want access to everything that is offered, we recommend buying the StreamPro V20:
- We will reprogram your box remotely to use the same sate of the art content platform that the StreamPro V20 uses, and email DETAILED instructions to follow to initialize the upgrade to your box.
- Please allow up to 72 hours (not counting weekends or holidays) for this process to complete. Often the process completes much sooner depending on the upgrade backlog in our system.
- Please note that this conversion process is not reversible and no refunds are available once the upgrade is complete!
If your box is on this list, following is the information from your box we will need following checkout to begin the conversion process.
Beginning late summer of 2018, many StreamSmart box owners began seeing scrolling warnings across their TV screen that their box needed to be updated, and that this update would cost additional money.
The models affected included:
Streamsmart Pro Plus
So What Happened to Streamsmart?
Consumer forums such as this one detail the train-wreck that was once the top streaming TV box on the planet: Streamsmart Scams.
The reasons for the extraordinary decline in product performance & skyrocketing owner dissatisfaction are too numerous to list in detail here. But the common thread is MONEY.
By early 2018, new streaming devices like the StreamPro V18 were introduced to the marketplace. The user experience of the V18 box was so superior to the boxes listed above that the principals (all are owned/managed by the same people) of the Streamsmart/Streamstation/Infinitestream brands experienced a marked decline in box sales.
Rather than upgrade their hardware specifications to meet the competition, the decision was made to simply re-brand the Streamsmart Pro Plus & Prime boxes as a “new” model – the Streamstation ST1. This was immediately problematic as the term “Streamstation” is a registered trademark owned by another company. Left with a unsold, outdated hardware that infringed on an existing trademark, an even bigger problem emerged – loss of the primary content supplier for their boxes.
To offset the costs associated with securing another content source & a rapidly declining market share, the mandatory paid upgrade was rolled out to target the Pro version of the Streamsmart box, then the Pro Plus, and finally some models of the Streamstation ST1.