I have same problem. My N96 is vodafone-customized. Other models of n96 switch on easily for the dstv premium service, while my own sends the message 'Retrieving of right failed-try again later-error 30345'. What is the problem?
Where did your Vodafone N96 come from? In some countries, Vodafone and its partners have their own streaming-TV services, and so it wouldn't surprise me if the group was having its customized firmware set to exclude othjer TV providers.
I'm guessing you're somewhere in Africa as DSTV is a South African company broadcasting in a number of African countries. I'll be honest and say that I'm not too knowledgeable about DVB-H because it isn't available in my country, but the error your are getting looks like an authentication failure - if your phone was originally sold in a market outside Africa, it is also possible that it lacks a necessary certificate needed to access some services in your area.
I am in IRAN/Tehran and live t v on my N96 work perfectly. Near one weeks ago , one of channels found problem . No pictures but cutting voices. I can't solve the problems by changing any items in program so I try " restore original TV setting " in "setting " menu.
The program restarted and after that I can't see any channels .
Live TV find "IRIB" but can't show any channel
hi i am in kosovo a new country and it says that my nokia is not available in your country and i cant watch live tv and i cant connect to internet i have a nokia n96 what could i do to make my nokia available in kosovo if someone can help me plzzzzzzzz
If there's no DVB-h carrier in your country then there's nothing you can do to enable Live TV.
There's probably no compatible DVB-H technology based TV broadcasting service operational in any country these days.
That technology never took off in any country. Even in Nokia's home country, the service has been shut down by the single provider that offered it, and Nokia has stopped making phones with DVB-H support a couple of years ago (the N96 is probably the last such model, and it is from 2008).