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Community Alumni (Retired)

Here's something for those of us who still have the T-Hub1 equipment.  Don't dispose of it!   You can use your old T-Hub 1 handsets, AND  NOW THE TABLET in the T-Hub environment AS A PHONE!.    It’s not officially supported, and there are limitations ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

Some videos filesrequire the Adobe Flash program, which is basically an application used to run the videos, and currrently like most smartphones the T-Hub does not support these file types. Most companies have ceased support Flash as it can be an uns ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

  Managing your T-Hub 2 memory If you're ever presented with an  error message suggesting that there is insufficient memory on the T-Hub 2 Tablet, you will no longer be able to download updates for existing applications and new apps, music or games f ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

How do I transfer phone calls from the Tablet to a Handset? During a call, tap Transfer Call on the tablet to transfer the call to a handset. Select from the list of registered phones that you would like to transfer the call to. Whilst the call is be ...

Telstra (Retired) Kenobi
Telstra (Retired)

The T-Hub 2 handset is not optimised to work directly with the T-Gateway (797) or Telstra Gateway Max (799) for ADSL/NBN on the latest gateway software. It is best to setup the T-Hub 2 handset with the T-Hub 2 base station that came with the T-Hub 2 ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

1. Wall plate phone line into adsl filter/splitter. 2. ADSL Modem socket on the - ADSL filter - connect to DSL socket on the back of Network gateway. 3. Local Phone socket on ADSL filter - connect to line socket on bottom of Thub base station.   Th ...