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Sun, Jun 14, 2015 4:19 PM

Uverse Online Error Code QP1507

Something changed about a week ago, and now my Android Uverse app won't streat live tv. It repeatedly gives me Error QP1507. What to do?

Contributor

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1 Message

7 years ago

What is this problem and how do I solve it!? How is it that I can view a channel on one device and then when I try to switch devices, all of a sudden the channel is unavailable??
aviewer

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7 years ago

@sxayavong09 - Magic eight ball says what channel what devices what do you subscribe to.

reholli

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20 Messages

7 years ago

It's pretty straightforward. Many U-verse channels are not viewable on rooted devices. The fix is not to root. I have no intention of removing root myself so for me the U-verse app is pretty much useless.
JefferMC

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7 years ago


@reholli wrote:
...Many U-verse channels are not viewable on rooted devices....

I do not know that this statement is true, though it would not surprise me.  There are other possible restrictions, such as screen size, whether you have the device connected to a TV via HDMI.

 

reholli

Teacher

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20 Messages

7 years ago

Believe me, the root restriction is true. I've tested this app on devices identical apart from the presence or absence of root, and that is the difference, the ONLY difference.

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1 Message

6 years ago

The only thing rooting does is unlock ur phone so you. An make changes to it and install custom roms. As lond as you have the stock rom and didnt delete any bloatware it should still work.....

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8 Messages

6 years ago

You might be onto something with the rooted devices. I do notice a difference between my rooted Samsung Galaxy S7 (SM-G930F) and my stock Samsung 10.1 2014 Edition Note Tablet. In summary the Note Tablet does not get the QP1507 errors. However, there are still some errors such as NL1007 (ch1004) and DI0005 (ch1007). I don't get these errors on Apple devices.

 

Also, I wonder why my rooted GS7 gets many QP1507 errors, but some channels work fine. For example, checking the 1200 channels the GS7 works on 1215 (msnbc), 1216 (cnbc), 1265 (NGC) and 1266 (NGW). It gets QP1507 errors on channels 1202, 1203, 1207, 1208, 1210, 1211, 1221, 1225 and 1255. If rooted device was the culprit for this error shouldn't it be expected to get errors on all channels??

reholli

Teacher

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20 Messages

6 years ago

I think that whether or not a particular channel returns a QP1507 error when using a rooted device depends on content broadcast restrictions imposed on AT&T by the source provider. My tests involved identical devices apart from root, so I.m pretty sure the presence of root (and misperceptions of that by many content providers) is behind this particular error. But as you pointed out, the Uverse app on Android is generally error-prone anyway.

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6 years ago

My tablet hasn't been rooted and I still get QP1507 on most channels I try to watch on my tablet.

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8 Messages

6 years ago

reholli, have you tested if RootCloak or Hide my Root solves this problem

 

KSchalk, just as I did provide a list of 1200 channels with the QP1507 error. These channels did not generate this error on my stock Samnsung Note tablet.

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