I've recently bought an Usb Dvb-t/t2/c analog/fm stick. I knew there was no support in linux/libreelec but in windows works very well.
The stick is better described here: tv tuner-lte,wifi router,mifi,mobile signal booster,tv tuner,Shenzhen NewSky Co., Ltd.. It has R828D+MN88473+CX23102.
Recently saw this: [media] cx231xx: Initial support Astrometa T2hybrid - Patchwork, and so had little hope in linux support.
Googling i've found this: howto: ubuntu 16.04 Tvheadend DVB-C/S(2)/T & non-DVB (ipcam/DV) rotate recording, and noticed that it could be more than a hope.
In LibreElec 8.2.3 and latest milhouse builds, both dvb-t and dvb-c are recognized, but the stick can't tune or scan any services (in tvheadend).
DMesg reveals a tuner frequency out of range error.
Saw in howto: ubuntu 16.04 Tvheadend DVB-C/S(2)/T & non-DVB (ipcam/DV) rotate recording that "Still compared to the Microsoft Windows driver of the Astometa DVB T2, one issue remains with the current linux tuner driver which is an issue with tuning/scanning high frequencies/muxes leading to no channels or high error rates. This is however fixable by building you're own linux kernel module from the V4L2 media_build on linux kernel version 4.10.x and applying the r820t tuner patch suggested by Эдуард Мяги."
Tried to build in Ubuntu media_build drivers and applied the patch suggested in howto: ubuntu 16.04 Tvheadend DVB-C/S(2)/T & non-DVB (ipcam/DV) rotate recording, that is
This way my Astrometa T2Hybrid can tune some channels, scanning still doesn't work, but better than nothing.
Can anyone help me to make it work in Libreelec? It's a very good usb stick and costs only 22 Euro.