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Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by Stormspace, Jun 25, 2010.
Anyone know if Farmers Telephone in SC is setting the CCI byte to 0x02?
Time Warner Cable Kansas City (MO and KS) -- Locked down tight. Only local stations are 0x00.
Time Warner Cable NYC Brooklyn/Queens 0x02, 0x00 local ota.
2x brand spankin new Series 4
No copy protection flags at all
Insight Cable - Lexington, KY
All except OTA/Locals are 0x02 CCI
That's great. Never heard of Wide Open West, is it a large provider or just a local one?
I'm in Northern Virginia with FiOS. I can transfer any recording from any channel on FiOS. There are no restrictions here.
On the first post you list the premium channels being restricted on FiOS. They are not restricted here.
Hmmm. Are you two on different systems?
I told you this 2 months ago. HBO in Fios NoVA is definitely 0x00.
The problem is that I had two conflicting reports. One from you and one from Revolutionary. Of course I now have a second that backs you up. I still suspect that you are on two different systems however.
For Redmond, WA Frontier FiOS I think you need to put in:
0x02 on with comment "Locals Clear, most/all (?) extended basic and Premiums protected"
I suspect the Oregon Frontier FiOS folks will need their entry changed to the above too due to the additional CP that got added in the past 1-2 months. Discovery at http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb/showthread.php?p=8228993#post8228993.
I believe Kirkland, WA should have the same restrictions as Redmond, WA.
(I'm unclear what cities FiOS in WA covers and but I did find http://www.consumerfiber.com/fios-availability and http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r19...e-is-Fios-in-the-SeattleRedmondEdmondsetc-Are. I know cities like Bellevue and Redmond had landline telco service from GTE, then Verizon and then Frontier (?). Seattle had telco service from US West then Qwest.)
I'm in Amarillo, Texas and the cable company is Suddenlink Communications. All premium channels can't be transfered but all the other channels can be transfered.
TWC Raleigh (TWC Carolinas - North and South) - All but locals's are locked.
The Tivos have to be registered to the same account and on the same network subnet to enable MRV. It would seem that the restrictions TIVO places on MRV would be enough that they wouldn't need to honor the CCI byte for MRV. I think the only restriction should be that a copy protected file can't be accessed by a device other than a Tivo.
Many would love it if that were the case. However cable labs certification requires a different level of protection. Frankly I think the cable companies were more forward looking than TiVo and headed them off at the pass.
Fixed that for ya.