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Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by crxssi, Dec 15, 2011.
This behavior was the same in 14.8c, and has been since I set-up my first Premiere in Aug, 2011
Guide data is lost when I set the filter to HD channels I receive. Every channel states To Be Announced I have force connect to tivo server 3 or 4 times a day and still get the same thing. have restarted it a couple times a day and still no guide info. Is there a way to revert back to the old software as this didn't start happening until wed
I do not lose data, But there does appear to be issues with using the Guide Filter, as I mentioned on the first page "All" has been removed from the Categories.
When I turn on the Filter for HD everything turns gray whether HD or not. I have never used the Filter before, but this does not seem correct. Also with the Filter On the Guide goes blank and then takes several seconds to load.
Wow... tried turning on the filters. It appears that the filter is not picking up HD programs as indicated. Turning filtering on also slows down both the Live Guide and TiVo Guide by a lot. I'm guessing its 3-4 times slower making it unusable. I'm using the HDUI not that I think it matters.
The temp change happened with 14.9.2
I first noticed it on my Elite and then my Premieres when they got 14.9.2.
The Grid Guide works much better with Filtering On than the TiVo Live Guide. It looks like they are pre-caching in the Grid Guide and not on the TiVo Live Guide. It does appear that the Filtering is picking up some HD programs but not all.
Now I understand, I will test that tonight.
Found a new one. Normally when I go to bed at night, I'm watching my TV shows outside of KidZone. By the morning, KidZone has turned itself on, and it's all good. However, this afternoon, the auto timer hadn't kicked in, and I had to manually put the TiVo into KidZone, as I was about to have my 6 year old watch something.
Well, when I did that, I discovered the big blue "Please Wait.." box was SERIOUSLY off spot. There's normally a delay of about 3-4 seconds or so from the moment you tell it to go into KidZone and the time it's actually displayed. Hence the "Please Wait.." box. Normally, it's in the center of the screen. Not this time. It was mostly off the screen in the upper left hand corner. See the attached image.
I wonder if this happens to everyone. Even if you don't use KidZone, go set it up once, then escape KidZone back to normal "Now Showing", then use the option that's now at the top of Now Showing to go into KidZone. Selecting that brought up the seriously off kilter display of "Please Wait.." It's not a showstopper, but it does make me wonder where the frig QC was on this stuff. The 30 second skip forward thing also has a really messed up display (although not as bad as this). Surely SOMEONE saw these? Bueller? Bueller?
With regard to the changed guide - for those of us using a TiVo premiere with an SD tv - the grid guide now takes up the whole screen and is actually cut off on the left and right sides - just BARELY but enough to be annoying.
I noticed the same thing on my Premiere this morning.
Another thing I did noticed that I did not read posted here, when you go into the guide and check a certain channel and click on a show to see if you remembered to record that show, when viewing it, use to show a green check mark, it does not have that anymore, it simple says this show is schedule to record now.
On my Premier XL units, both now updated to 18.104.22.168, pressing 'Info' does not bring up the Channel banner. It only brings up the Info information during the playing of a previously recorded show, which won't allow the SPSPauseS sequence to enable the superfast clearing of the green Playbar.
Am I missing something, or are you not on 22.214.171.124 to be able to test it yet?
My method works under 126.96.36.199 if you can get an ad to display during pause, on any previously recorded show, recorded when banner ads were recorded with every show.
It also works on my HD-XL unit, which now also has no banner ads, except on old programming kept as SAVE UNTIL I DELETE, recorded when there were still banner ads, as all banner ads got recorded with the program back then.
Otherwise, I believe we are out of luck, until the programmers fix the unintentional removal of this SPS code. The other two main ones that have been around for over a decade still work under 188.8.131.52. The 30 second commercial skip still works (use 3-0 instead of SPACE). The digital timeline and time still work (use 9 instead of SPACE).
As reported here, the SDUI reports program size incorrectly.
SDUI reports 0.11 GB
HDUI reports 11.69 GB
I have three tivo's networked and now I can delete content while browsing the recorded shows on the remote Tivo's.
Used to be only able to delete content on the tivo you were directly controlling, like the feature, especially since I use one the most
and want to purge shows on all at the same time.
Having this issue myself. Very displeased.
Not sure if it is part of #14 or if it deserves its own line but the Grid Guide now fills more of the screen. I happen to be a user who prefers the Grid Guide over the TiVo Live Guide but I don't use the guide very often.
Yep- that is 14
Just FYI but if your feeling very ambitious you could sort your change log in this sort of format --> http://www.cableforum.co.uk/board/11/33682980-what-expect-your-virgin-media-tivo.html
Was just waiting to see how long this sucker was going to get. Then probably by SDUI, HDUI, and non-UI, then positive and negative under each.
Not sure if these items are new to this release or if I just never noticed them before:
1) When you press the Info button, there is an icon on the right hand side that shows info about current and alternate audio - this appears in both live and recorded shows
2) When you press the Info button, there is an icon on the right hand side that shows info about the other tuner - this appears in live shows only
3) When you press the Up arrow, the current Video Format is displayed in the lower right portion of the screen for a few seconds - this works for both live and recorded shows