How to use SKY+ App on your Android Mobile or Tablet Device?

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Sky+ app enables its users to use their Android tablet or mobile to set their Sky+ box to record a particular show or series that would be telecast over the next seven days, browse through their favorite channels, shows and seek out recommendations. You can also use your android device as a remote control and browse your Planner for your Sky+ HD box.

How to use SKY+ App on your Android Mobile or Tablet Device?

Your android device should have OS 2.2 or higher version and if you’re in the UK or Republic of Ireland, you can download the app through Google Play. After downloading it, the app is ready to be used to access the TV Guide and make Remote Record requests if you can avail a 3G or 4G or wireless connection.

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icon_thread_new_smAccessing the Planner

If your setup meets the above mentioned requirements and it detects Sky+ HD box, now you are ready to access the Planner:

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Go to the Sky menu.
  • Touch Planner.

The Sky+ app will automatically seek for your Sky+ HD box. After locating it, the contents of the planner would be displayed. But the Sky+ app will readily access the Planner only if your Android device is connected with the same Wi-Fi network as the Sky+ HD box.

How to use SKY+ App on your Android Mobile or Tablet Device?

icon_thread_new_smThe Remote Control Feature

After signing in to your Sky+ app, you’ll view a remote control icon at the right top of your navigation bar. You can either touch this icon or you can tap a channel icon in the TV Guide and use your Android device as a remote control. Select Show Gesture Guide for more instructions.

icon_thread_new_smSetting up or changing your recording settings

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Tap on the Sky logo.
  • Select Settings.
  • Touch Remote Record.
  • Just enter your Sky ID as well as password.

icon_thread_new_smSetting up your favorite channels

To add, re-order or remove your favorite channels in the Sky+ app for your Android device:

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Select the Sky menu.
  • Touch Settings.
  • Touch Edit favorite channels.
  • Touch Add/Remove favorites.
  • Touch and select a genre.
  • Touch to add a channel to your favorites. Touch it again to remove the channel.
  • Touch Edit favorite channels to view a list of all the chosen favorites. Just drag the channels up and down to re-order all your favorites.

To view your favorite channels in the TV Guide:

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Select the Sky menu.
  • Touch TV Guide.
  • Touch Favorites.

icon_thread_new_smTo Cancel Remote Record requests

To cancel a Remote Record or Series Link request can be done, when your Android device is connected to your Sky+ HD box, either through Sky+ HD box or through your Sky+ app. Now if your Android device is not connected to your Sky+ HD box you can’t do this without your Sky remote control.

icon_thread_new_smSwitch between multiple Sky+ HD boxes

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Select the Sky menu.
  • Touch Settings.
  • Touch Sky+ HD boxes.
  • Tap the desired Sky+ HD box from the listed boxes.

icon_thread_new_smHow to prevent Sky+ app from accessing your Sky+ HD box?

Now if you don’t wish your Android device to access your Planner or perform a remote control work, you can even turn off these features by these easy to follow steps:

  • Just open the Sky+ app.
  • Select the Sky menu.
  • Touch Settings.
  • Touch Sky+ HD boxes.
  • Deselect Connect to Sky+ HD boxes.

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