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TiVo Reps, Xfinity on demand rollout timetable?

Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by rick123, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. ajwees41

    ajwees41 Active Member

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    not necessarily Cox is using Cisco hardware in all systems even those with Motorola boxes. They are for the whole home dvr.
     
  2. Tico

    Tico Bear Down Cats!!!!!

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    Doesn't apply in this situation. The Whole Home boxes use IP for everything (except video Qam's) and don't actually connect to anything at the HeadEnd like a traditional box does.
     
  3. JWhites

    JWhites New Member

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    Comcast has been doing a lot of enabling the Xfinity app to work with more of their markets lately, including Scientific Atlanta and Cisco areas. I'd highly recommend contacting ComcastTeds on the Comcast forums to find out more info and have a better chance at getting a time table. I'm using the app right now and I have a Cisco cablecard and haven't had any problems.
     
  4. slowbiscuit

    slowbiscuit FUBAR

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    LOL, they've been rolling this out for what, 2 years now? Pretty much as I predicted way back when it was said that Comcast was managing the rollout.

    Still no VOD love in the ATL on Tivo.
     
  5. clydesam

    clydesam New Member

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    Woke up this morning and found after waiting for several years TiVo on demand is available. I live in Doraville Ga .15 miles north of Atlanta.Finally
     
  6. buscuitboy

    buscuitboy New Member

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    Yea, I got this last week too and it works GREAT. No problems at all on all 3 of my Premieres. I didn't have to call Comcast to get this working or activated in any way. It just showed up and started working right away. A pleasant surprise (considering how Comcast operates at times). Will make me keep Comcast a bit longer here.

    My ONLY complaint is I just wish they would allow you to resume an OnDemand selection more than 24hrs. Fortunately, its fairly easy to navigate and fast forward again within a selection (15 mins at a time if needed). I'm not gonna complain too much though as it took several years to get this so will take what I can get. :D
     
  7. morac

    morac Cat God

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    A number of channels, like Fox and NBC won't let you fast forward.
     

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