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Discussion in 'TiVo Underground' started by Dan203, Jul 13, 2003.
does these code work on a DTV R10 with 6.1 os on it ?
I have a DirecTV R10. What mode do you have to be in to enter in the fast forward overshoot correction code?
Does the USB Ethernet dongle code work on the RCA DirecTV HDR80. I would love to switch over to ethernet vs dialup.
Thanks in advanced
I have no idea
Does backdoorpw still work on 7.x? Looking at the source code it does not appear to contain the SHA-1 for anything since 4.0, but I guess it's possible Tivo hasn't bothered to change it since.
The hash has definitely changed from 4.x to 7.x... To my knowledge, no one with bash access on a 7.x system has ever bothered to look up the hash and/or post it publicly.
I haven't seen anything about this here, but I was hoping there was some type of remote shortcut that allowed you to go directly to the most recent program you were watching that is recorded.
For example, say your watching the olympics live, but, during commercials and boring events, your watching a previously recorded program (world golf championships, if you must know) you can easily switch to live TV w/ the "Live TV" button"; however, to get back to the program that is already recorded, it takes about 6 remote hits. Is there a shortcut for this scenerio? Thanks.
Use Left arrow, 1st to clear the display, 2nd time will go back to the last item you were on.
Hey thanks, ThAbtO! Just what I was looking for.
I have an RCA DVR40 Software version says 6.2.01.2.321 I tried all of the codes listed here to see if my swap file is working properly but non of the codes work. I put them in with the spacing. Any ideas or is that for super old software versions?
Most of the codes listed in this thread require backdoors to be enabled. There's no simple way to enable backdoors on recent versions of the TiVo software.
For the quick return to playback after switching to Live TV, try:
Left Arrow, Right Arrow, Right Arrrow
Puts you right back playing at the exact spot you left. You can enter it in about 2 seconds.
Does anyone know if the 30 sec skip still works on the 3.0 software for Series 1?
I tired the s-p-s-30-s, but it didn't work. Can I program it somehow? I do have telnet access to the box.
Play a recorded show, and then enter code s-p-s-30-s, the key is to play a recorded show 1st.
Does the "rebuild suggestions" one mean that it will add suggestions to the To Do list ASAP?
As one of many people who use the To Do list as a poor man's free space indicator, when I am low on suggestions and have just watched/deleted a show, often I'll put it in Standby (esp before I go to work), so it'll "start recording suggestions sooner".. since when you're using your Tivo, if you've been in live tv within 30 mins, it won't record suggestions.. right?
So anyway, if I'm almost full. then delete a show.. if I then "rebuild suggestions" will it be more likely to add new suggestions SOON?
(I guess I'll also turn on the suggestions in to do list backdoor..)
These are old series 1s of course. Yes, I should/will just expand the drives.. but I'm curious anyway.
How much of this info is still valid/working today?
I was wondering that too. Because I tried to use one to view free space. I have only had my tivo for a couple days, but I still ame curious as to how much space my current programs are taking up. Also does is there any way to change the time it updates. I work third shift, so if I am home when it updates, I'm probably watching TV. It did that to me yesterday.
As stated, most of the codes (including the FSI) require backdoors to be enabled. This is not trivial to do on recent releases of the TiVo software, because the backdoor code is not known for these releases.
So on the version 7 software does it still work to use the hexedit method? I did this when I was running version 4 and it worked great, but before I pull out my harddrive, I'd like to see if anyone else has got it to work on a version 7.
I'd imagine it would still work, but the hash you need to replace is undoubtedly different, and I don't think anyone has ever bothered to look it up (or if they have, they haven't posted it here).