Help with iFollow

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Amberexile

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Re: Help with iFollow

Postby Amberexile » September 14th, 2020, 6:07 pm

Firefox for iOS is also worth a try on iPad.
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Re: Help with iFollow

Postby JonD » September 15th, 2020, 5:01 am

Amberarmy wrote:As long as your iPad's software is up to date or as up to date as it could possibly be, it should work. Do you use the EFL iFollow app from the App Store, or safari/Chrome?


I used safari, logging onto http://www.newport-county.co.uk then accessing ifollow via the menu.

I confess I'd not realised Firefox was an option on iPad. Thanks for the tip.
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Re: Help with iFollow

Postby Justanordinaryfan » September 15th, 2020, 5:41 am

I haven’t a clue what we are doing right ..... I’ve used I follow since we’ve been attached to it, firstly to listen to radio commentary and the odd nominated televised away game whilst in work and now all three televised games this season.

The Mrs (house technician) launches in on Laptop and then a few twiddles with a few cables later and hey presto it’s on our tv ..... perfect picture ...:: never had an issue ever ? ..... I must be one of the few that thinks it’s a fantastic service ? (Apart from the infuriating replay issue but that’s another gripe).

I don’t think for one minute she’s doing anything mind blowing, like finding life on Venus, but I will ask her to see if we are re inventing the wheel ?
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Re: Help with iFollow

Postby wattsville_boy » September 15th, 2020, 3:15 pm

Risca_Exile wrote:
Amberexile wrote:
Risca_Exile wrote:
Amberexile wrote:Have you tried using Silk in desktop mode?


If this is with regard to watching om Firestick, I don't think so (it was set up by my son a few years ago).


It is, there is an internet browser App called Silk that has a desktop mode option. This may allow you to logo on and watch via the club website rather than using the ifollow App. It is not something I have tried myself but may be worth asking your son to give it a try for you.


Thanks Amberexile I'll try to download or ask my son to have a look.


I'm trying it on my firestick tonight for the first time. Had a provisional view and the silk browser on my firestick goes to another page hosted by feralhost. That seems dodgy. I do however have firefox on my firestick and can access the club site via that.

It doesn't appear that you can download the EFL ifollow app directly onto the firestick but it may be possible by a more indirect route. I'll investigate that after tonight (depending on how successful things go)...
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Re: Help with iFollow

Postby Risca_Exile » September 16th, 2020, 11:33 pm

wattsville_boy wrote:
Risca_Exile wrote:
Amberexile wrote:
Risca_Exile wrote:
Amberexile wrote:Have you tried using Silk in desktop mode?


If this is with regard to watching om Firestick, I don't think so (it was set up by my son a few years ago).


It is, there is an internet browser App called Silk that has a desktop mode option. This may allow you to logo on and watch via the club website rather than using the ifollow App. It is not something I have tried myself but may be worth asking your son to give it a try for you.


Thanks Amberexile I'll try to download or ask my son to have a look.


I'm trying it on my firestick tonight for the first time. Had a provisional view and the silk browser on my firestick goes to another page hosted by feralhost. That seems dodgy. I do however have firefox on my firestick and can access the club site via that.

It doesn't appear that you can download the EFL ifollow app directly onto the firestick but it may be possible by a more indirect route. I'll investigate that after tonight (depending on how successful things go)...


Just watched Cambridge highlights on Firestick using Silk. All worked well. Thanks again Amberexile.
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