I’m testing CoreELEC on a KIII Pro as a replacement for the Android supplied software. It works really well, except for some missing channels with the internal DBV-T tuner (Availink avl6862 #0 : DVB-T #0). The missing channels are some of the main channels here in Italy, the signal is strong and of good quality, and they work both with the internal KIII software and on other TVs I have at home, so I think it isn’s a signal or cabling issue.
Tvheadhend seems to find them, it counts some services on the related muxes, but the scan is marked as “FAIL” anyway, so none of those services is actually available. I already checked the failed muxes parameters, both by searching for the details on the Internet, comparing them with other similar muxes and even by fiddling with the parameters by trial and error, with no result.
I’m not sure, but considering the behaviour it looks like a problem of the Availink driver. Quite a number of times, after a some fiddling and repeated rescans trying to find a solution, I had to restart the Tvheadhend service, which stopped to perform scanning at all or became unable to find TV services even on previously working muxes.
Of course I’m ready to provide any information which might be of help. I know Linux quite well, even though I have limited previous experience with this specific tailored distribution.
Thanks in advance for any help, and thanks to the CoreELEC Team for this promising software.