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Watching ifollow on TV

Aug 4, 2010
With all this excitement about our hoped-for upsurge, I wonder if there are any techies out there who can spare the time to read this and help.

I bought one of those Apple Lightning AV adaptor things to ‘mirror’ my ipad to my Samsung Smart TV. I was able to watch the home matches on the TV via ifollow OK (with the season ticket code), but I couldn’t watch the away Crawley match on TV (for the tenner) in that way. I was able to get all the ifollow home page on the TV successfully, but when I clicked on the watch icon nothing happened.

As an experiment, I tried to do the same thing with SkyGo but, again, no luck. I since understand that the Sky app has a block on watching TV via an HDMI cable. Do you think that’s what prevented me from watching the Crawley game on TV because there’s a link between Sky and ifollow?

Oddly, I was able to watch the second half of the Carlisle game on the TV.

All comments/suggestions gratefully received. It will be interesting to see whether the upcoming home games are blocked.