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New S3 software 11.0m

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by cassiusdrow, Jul 4, 2013.

  1. cassiusdrow

    cassiusdrow Member

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  2. wood252ota

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    To anyone with a Tivo HD, are you still running the 11.0k build or have you been upgraded to 11.0m. Thanks
     
  3. wtkflhn

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    Yes. I have 2 TIVO HD's and they were upgraded months ago. If your's haven't been, I would call TIVO service reps to find out why. Maybe they can push it to you some way.

    Don H.
     
  4. wood252ota

    wood252ota Member

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    Thanks for the response. The only other person I know with a HD was also at 11.0m. I was curious if there were others who were upgraded. Guess they forgot about me :-(
     
  5. wtkflhn

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    So did you get the upgrade?
     
  6. steve614

    steve614 what ru lookin at?

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    This really isn't something to fret over. The only thing 11.0m did was correct the Tivo Desktop expired certificate error.
    If you don't use MRV or TiVoToGo, this won't even affect you.

    Having said that, I am curious how someone can go this long without getting updated when the updates are supposed to be automatic.
     
  7. spocko

    spocko TiVo HD

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    That is true, however some services like Tivo Search and the Video on Demand menu may also stop working if you aren't on the current firmware.
     
  8. scoopj

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    Apparently I'm running a later version than 11.0m, which is supposed to be the latest? My version is 11.3b7, which I (think) was just upgraded this week. And now my VOD isn't working...just goes back to the TiVo Central menu. :confused:
     
  9. dianebrat

    dianebrat I refuse to accept your reality TCF Club

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    You're not a US-based user are you? this discussion is centered around the US released software, 11.3 is NZ isn't it?
     
  10. scoopj

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    Yes, I'm in the US, just south of Boston.
     
  11. dianebrat

    dianebrat I refuse to accept your reality TCF Club

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    You're only one of 2 posts we've ever seen on 11.3 in the US, everyone else is on 11.0 except NZ which is on 11.3, I wonder if that's the issue at hand?
     
  12. scoopj

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    I just spoke with TiVo support and apparently an update was sent to <several> HD boxes and should not have. They indicated the update needs to be rescinded and should be resolved by Friday. Keeping my fingers crossed.
     
  13. unitron

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  14. tatergator1

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    Well, if it's truly the New Zealand software version that was sent out by mistake, it would support h.264 channels, right? Anyone who got the update in a market with h.264 channels to test?
     
  15. dlfl

    dlfl Cranky old novice

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  16. L David Matheny

    L David Matheny Active Member

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    If I were you, I would clone the drive before it is updated again, as a service to humanity (or to this community anyway).
     
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    wtkflhn

    wtkflhn Member

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    Scoopj ,

    There is another thread about this issue. You may be able to get TIVO to pony up a new unit for you. That software release was sent out in error. And the engineers have not been able to figure how to fix it except to change out the hardware. You should contact TIVO to see where they stand on this,
    See the thread that says "free upgrade email for TIVO" , or words to that effect.

    Good Luck.

    Don H.
     
  18. Mar 3, 2014 #158 of 158
    Phantom Gremlin

    Phantom Gremlin New Member

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    How is this possible?

    What kind of a change could they have done? Could some sort of change in the tuner setup actually damage hardware?

    Maybe it's some sort of authorization issue. Maybe the updated software somehow won't allow itself to be updated again?

    Maybe it's easier to replace the affected boxes than to push out another update?
     

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