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Community Alumni (Retired)

Just wanted to give a tip to those who have found that their local time, specifically Central Standard (Adelaide), is not automatically selected when you enter in your postcode on initial setup.

The way to get around this is by going to you Time and D ...

Community Alumni (Retired)

I have  3 handsets (2 from T-Hub1), and rather than having them named "handset 1" etc, and to use as an intercom system, I thought it might be best to name them after their locations.   The way to do this doesn't seem all that difficult, although I c ...

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) 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 ...

Community Alumni (Retired)

There is no need to de-register the handset as you can register up to 5 handsets and old T-Hub handsets are compatible with T-Hub 2.    But just in case you wanted to, Here are the instructions on how to unregister a handset on the T- Hub.
Select “Se ...

Community Manager DanK Community Manager
Community Manager

These instructions will take you through the steps to completely wipe all data from your device and return it to factory default settings, which is a last resort if all other troubleshooting fails.   Note that in addition to all of your data you will ...