This is the place to be to view or download guides and apps for your Fetch TV service and the hardware that's commonly used with it.
How to scan for all available Free To Air (FTA) channels on your Fetch TV set top box.
Here's a list of the Universal Remote codes for DVD players that may be programmed in to the remote for your Fetch TV set top box.
Here's a list of the Universal Remote codes for TVs that may be programmed in to the remote for your Fetch TV set top box.
How to use and program your Generation 2 Fetch TV remote using Universal Codes. The remote does not need any additional programming if you only want to use it for your Fetch TV service.
This article will show you how to set up your Gen 3 Mini or Mighty set top box for Fetch TV with iiNet.
Here's a step-by-step guide to set up a Gen 2 Fetch TV set top box using an Ethernet cable to connect it to your modem.
Here's how to set up a Gen 2 Fetch TV set top box using a Power Line Adapter.
How to connect your iiNet TV set top box with a Wireless Bridge.
If your Fetch TV is stuttering or freezing when you watch it, here's the troubleshooting to try.
This is the troubleshooting to do if you cannot view the Free to Air channels (i.e channels 0 to 99) through your Fetch TV set top box.
This is the troubleshooting to do if you cannot view subscription channels (i.e channels numbered 100 or higher) on your Fetch TV service.
If you're having any trouble using your Gen 2 Fetch TV remote, here's what to do.
If your Wireless Bridge units just don't seem to be connected to each other, here's what you should try.
Want to keep track of your movie purchases for Fetch TV with iiNet? Toolbox is the place to go.
How to set up your Wireless Bridge kit. Wireless Bridges are commonly used for iiNet TV with Fetch or gaming consoles.