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How to Use Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 to Sort and Rename Channels on Your Philips TV




If you have a Philips TV that supports exporting and importing channels from a USB drive, you might want to use a software tool called Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 to customize your channel list. This tool allows you to sort channels, change channel numbers or names, and delete unwanted channels easily on your computer.


In this article, we will show you how to use Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 to sort and rename channels on your Philips TV in a few simple steps.


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Step 1: Export Channels from Your TV to a USB Drive




The first step is to export the channels from your TV to a USB drive. To do this, follow these steps:



  • Plug a USB drive into your TV's USB port.



  • Press the Home button on your remote control and select Settings.



  • Select Channel settings and then Channel installation.



  • Select Export channel list and then Start.



  • Wait for the process to complete and then remove the USB drive from your TV.




You should now have a folder named Philips_TV on your USB drive that contains several files, such as:



  • ChannelMap_100: This is the main file that contains the channel information for all sources (antenna, cable, satellite).



  • DVBS.xml: This is the file that contains the channel information for satellite sources only.



  • DVBSall.xml: This is the file that contains the channel information for all sources, including satellite.



  • s2channellib: This is the file that contains the channel logos for satellite sources only.



  • syslogo.tar: This is the file that contains the channel logos for all sources.




Step 2: Open DVBSall.xml File with Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34




The next step is to open the DVBSall.xml file with Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 on your computer. To do this, follow these steps:



  • Download Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 from [this link] and unzip it to a folder on your computer.



  • Run the program and click on File and then Open.



  • Browse to your USB drive and select the DVBSall.xml file inside the Philips_TV folder.



  • Click on Open and wait for the program to load the channel list.




You should now see a list of channels on the left side of the program window, with columns such as Name, Number, Source, Frequency, etc.


Step 3: Sort and Rename Channels as You Wish




The final step is to sort and rename channels as you wish using Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34. To do this, follow these steps:



  • To sort channels by number, name, source, or any other column, click on the column header and choose either ascending or descending order.



  • To change the channel number of a channel, select the channel from the list and enter a new number in the box below the list. Then click on the green check mark button to apply the change.



  • To change the channel name of a channel, select the channel from the list and enter a new name in the box below the list. Then click on the green check mark button to apply the change.



  • To delete a channel from the list, select the channel from the list and click on the red cross button below the list.




You can also use the arrow buttons below the list to move a channel up or down in the list.


Step 4: Save and Import the Modified Channel List to Your TV




After you have sorted and renamed channels as you wish, you need to save and import the modified channel list to your TV. To do this, follow these steps:



  • Click on File and then Save to save the changes to the DVBSall.xml file on your USB drive.



  • Plug the USB drive into your TV's USB port.



  • Press the Home button on your remote control and select Settings.



  • Select Channel settings and then Channel installation.



  • Select Import channel list and then Start.



  • Wait for the process to complete and then remove the USB drive from your TV.




You should now see the modified channel list on your TV.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 to sort and rename channels on your Philips TV. This tool can help you customize your channel list according to your preferences and make it easier to find and watch your favorite channels.


We hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below.


Sources:



  • [Onka-Philips-Channel-Editor - GitHub]



  • [Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 by 7traner0flucgo BandLab]



  • [How to Use Philips Channel Editor 2.0.5.9.34 to Sort and Rename Channels on Your Philips TV]




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