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Hi all I think I am the only that expected plug and play with my Roamio on FIOS via MoCA and didn't get it. I am getting the C33 error when I try to connect via MoCA.
Fiber->ONT->(via coax) Actiontec MI424-WR (ver D) router
ONT->coax splitter->(via coax) Roamio Pro
Spoke to a tech at Tivo. They have no idea why my Roamio cannot connect to MoCA. To check if the problem was a bad MoCA device in the Roamio we tried to connect a Mini on the same coax line and unfortunately I got the same connection error (C33).
What is strange is that the same coax that I was using to test the Roamio's MoCA and mini's MoCA works fine in a Motorola Cable modem that I am using to go from coax to ethernet for my Tivo S3. Never a connection issue and the Motorola set-up was plug and play.
I did connect my Roamio Pro via ethernet and downloaded all the updates and completed the initial set-up. I disconnected the ethernet and tried MoCA again but still the same C33 connection error persists.
The TIVO tech recommends disabling MoCA on my Actiontec router and allowing Roamio to create a MoCA network from the ethernet connection.
1) any further ideas on troubleshooting the reason my Roamio can't connect via MoCA on a standard Verizon FIOS install?
2) If I do disable the MoCA on the Actiontec can you explain how to do it? I am not sure how to do it.
I want to have the MoCA network, because I want to connect a mini and do not have an ethernet available in that location.
Attached is a screen shots from my Actiontec in case you see anything glaringly incorrect or odd. Happy to send more if you are looking for something specific.
Thanks in advance for you help and Happy Thanksgiving!
So at least for about the last month+ I've noticed on my Roamio+ that if I go to Find TV, Movies, & Videos > Search and type in NHL and select NHL Hockey the entry has Description not available and Not currently available to record and so there is no upcoming game options. But if I then go back to the search screen and select Create a WishList Search for "NHL", making no changes/additions (just keyword NHL) and clicking down and then selecting Go to upcoming matches the Tivo will show all of the upcoming games on different channels. They all begin with "NHL Hockey".
I have used the Clear Program Information and To Do List but that didn't fix it.
Seriously, any ideas?
I have a Tivo Roamio through my local cable company (RCN). My setup is that I connect the Tivo Roamio to my receiver (Pioneer VSX 1018) and then run one cable from the receiver to the tv. I have set it up this way for years. Recently, I purchased a new TV and the Tivo Roamio will not longer work through my receiver (this happened with two new tivos so its not specific to the model i kept). Specifically, the picture will initially appear distorted, then the tivo reboots and never boots up. I get the welcome screen and it goes black. If I connect the Tivo directly to the tv it works. I've tried different ports on the receiver, different cables, etc. Again, it works fine in this configuration with my old tv, but refuses to work with two newer tvs i tried. I also tried turning off HDMI CEC.
Any suggestions short of buying a new receiver? Thanks.
Well, that didnt disappoint.
It looks like our crew has is in it even deeper now. Theyre agreed that dealing with Elias is better than Dominic, hence the episode title.
But first Shaw has to escape from Martine, which she did in typical Shaw fashion and a little help from Root on her motorcycle.
Meanwhile goes to protect Elias and realizes that Dominic is still doing his research.
This helps show that Dominic is a thinker and just doesnt rush into things but prefers to plan ahead.
And by planning ahead, we mean that hes turning Elias people against him.
Forcing Reese to go on an action packed run with Elias and Scarface, whos name we find out is Anthony.
Another thing that Person of Interest does well is build up the secondary characters. Weve seen Elias over the years and hes become an interesting character.
Sure, hes a mob boss but weve also hes a thinker and planner with his own code of honor.
He respects Reese and Finch and on some level, likes them, as he did with Detective Carter.
Hes also very aware of who Dominic is.
But we really didnt know much about his relationship with Anthony other than that of boss/flunky until now and we see that not only is Anthony capable of loyalty and is extremely loyal to Elias, Elias is loyal to him.
(Contrast that with Dominic and Link and Im not sure the same loyalty is there between those two. In fact, Links conversation with Anthony may hint that he may try to take down Dominic in the future.)
So theres another war coming and Elias is out for blood. Which brings us to the Shaw problem.
With Martine and her hit squad now after Shaw, her effectiveness is limited during a time that Team Machine needs her the most.
Good for Lionel recognizing that Martine wasnt a DEA agent and nice callback to Fuscos desk camera.
(I hope that Harold got a photo of Martine from that.)
And yes, the throw down at the cosmetics counter was all that I hoped for.
I got my Tivo box all set up and its great. There is 1 channel that is not coming in real good. Its a channel that have 80 percent of what I watch on it. I can get it just fine if I hook the antenna up to the TV.
Am I screwed? how do I get that channel?
Poor Wes, sort of caught in the middle. 2 out of 3 idols played.
Speaking which, did it seem like Natalie's clue and idol sort of came out of nowhere?
I like where this season is going. :)
I just installed a TiVo Mini in the bedroom to replace our one cable co. box. I returned it to Bright House today. I get home and realize they changed my cable package to $150 instead of $100. I called to ask why and they said you must have a cable box to receive Premier channels (not premium, random channels like BBC America/Cooking Channel/etc.). I told them that's incorrect since my Roamio has been receiving the exact same channels as my cable box, but now I'm not receiving them.
I asked if they could just apply the Premier + Lightning 30 package to my account, but they seemed dead set that I must have a cable box from them to have it.
My logic was: my cable is $100 + $8 for a cable box therefore return the box, pay $100/month. According to Bright House this is impossible...
No one at Bright House knows what to do. Now I'm missing half my cable channels until Saturday when they're scheduled to bring me another cable box that I'm not even going to plug in. I'm upset because I got the Mini to save the $8/month cable box charge.
Anyone have any advice?
Does Weaknees usually have a black friday/cyber monday sale?
We've already seen TiVo's big sale is to give the same prices they've had for months, or deals of refurb Roamios.
Ok is really just curiosity and maybe I missed some features of Tivo..
Why would someone with cable use Tivo?
Don't most cable set ups up and packages come with a DVR box? I know with Uverse, all but the basic comes with a DVR...
Just curious why someone with cable runs Tivo..
Well I got my new box, working on setting it up...
Noone told me I needed internet connection...boo! I have internet connection though Uverse
Which is better ethernet or the wireless adapter?
So...Fios talked me into their new Quad whatever, best thing since sliced bread. We had been using Tivo exclusively since 2001. I figured the cable companies MUST have caught up by now with their DVR functionality. Boy was I wrong. We all hate it. We end up not recording or watching much(not that is necessarily a bad thing!). We want our Tivo back!
So, I am ready to get back in the game and would like some advice on Roamio. Currently have two lifetime services. One is being used by my Mom, and one is gathering dust. Does this qualify me for multi room discounts on the annual or lifetime service if I buy a Roamio? I am assuming I should buy either the Plus or the Pro. The only difference I see is more recording time on the Pro, which for almost $200, I don't think I need 3,000 hrs.
Now, about the MoCA Network Adapter. This part is Greek to me, not sure what I need. I am connecting directly to the cable for the TV input, and have a network extender that I can get a wired connection from (since the network extender itself is wireless, will this be an issue?).
Lastly, do I buy the Mini? And if it's worth it, how portable is it to swap from room to room if I want to watch in another room?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
I just purchased a TiVo mini yesterday and it's still being shipped to me. I had to call customer support and tech-support because I had a question regarding the lifetime service eligibility, so while I have them on the phone I asked about its compatibility with the two tuner Premiere. I currently have two two tuner Premieres and one four tuner Premiere and the stand alone Stream. I understand that if I want to watch live television I would have to connect to the four tuner Premiere but my question is can I watch recorded programming located on the two tuner Premiere on the mini via Multi-Room streaming. I figure it's best to ask you guys. I get the feeling this questions or has already been answered somewhere but maybe not?
I have a Moca setup for my Roamio Pro and existing Mini. The router is not near the Pro so I have set up an external Moca with adapters at the the Mini and Pro using switches (other devices are attached to the switches like DVD and game consoles.
I want to get another Mini for another TV. Can it be connected via ethernet, or do I have to get another Moca adpater to run to the new Mini?
Is my Moca system efficient? I had Moca before I got the Pro and Mini (previously running S3 and TivoHD at those locations)
Season 3 was released on Netflix a few days but I missed seeing anything about it until yesterday. Needless to say, blew through all 8 episodes in quick fashion.
I thought it was a great season. I can't really tell, but it sure felt like there won't be a 4th season. It just seemed kind of final. Still sorry to see my favorite character, Jan, get whacked. But at least he made it to the last episode.
And wow, Springsteen can't act worth a lick. It was cool to see him make an appearance, but the dude can't act.
Is there any way to have a Humax Series 2 play nice with a Tivo Roamio? I have a MOCA network established but was wondering if anyone has found a way for the Series 2 to work over MOCA. The fees I owe Verizon for a separate SD box to keep the series 2 running are absurd.
I'm thinking of adding a Roamio for OTA recording to supplement my DIRECTV system DVRs. One of the things that DIRECTV got right is that its DVR will only take up one tuner to record two padded shows back-to-back on the same channel.
Does the Roamio use one tuner or two to do this? My Tivo HD uses two. Since the base Roamio only has four OTA, this is probably a dealbreaker for what I want to do (which is basically move my OTA recording off the DIRECTV box and perhaps eventually cut the cable).
Tivo's program guide data is often out of date. I know it comes from Tribune Media but the on-screen program guide is often a day or two behind changes and updates on Tribune's Zap2It site.
Beyond that, networks frequently - regularly - deviate from their published schedules. Some cable networks are almost constantly off schedule with the endings of recorded programs cut off (unless you make manual adjustments). On regular networks, ballgames keep running over (they don't allow enough time in the published schedule) and later shows get pushed back. Monday night, CBS hit the pause button a show to do a news bulletin and then everything later got pushed back.
I have read that in Europe, DVRs use encoded program information to know what shows actually start and end, and they record based on the encoding - not the published schedule. WHY THE BLEEP DOESN'T TIVO DO THIS???
We pay a premium for the box and for the program guide subscription over the cost of a cable/satellite company DVR. Tivo adds some bells and whistles for time to time but they have not added something necessary to the essential function.
Further, I can go to a network website and find a copy of last night's shows (and earlier) to stream on-demand and watch on a desktop or mobile device. Tivo should provide an easy way to find and download shows I missed recording all or part of for any reason - just as Tivo recorded a way to record off-the-air broadcasts a lot easier than programming a VCR. Let's face it, off the air (or cable) recording is going to go away; on-demand is the future. If Tivo doesn't embrace it and incorporate it, Tivo and all DVRs will be as obsolete as tape and vinyl.
Does anyone know what charset/encoding the xml response for HMO requests need to be in? I'm running into a encoding display issue with my tivohmo ruby project ( https://github.com/wr0ngway/tivohmo
The problem I'm seeing is that metadata (specifically description) that I fetch from plex, has some unicode values (specifically U+2019 - which is a apostrophe), and these show up as empty boxes when browsing the item in the tivo HMO browse UI. However, once I transfer it to the tivo, it does show up correctly as an apostrophe in the details for the show in the "My Shows" UI.
I'm doing everything in utf-8, and both the QueryContainer and TVBusQuery responses are in utf-8. I've tried setting Content-Type response header to 'text/xml', 'application/xml', 'text/xml; charset=utf-8', 'application/xml; charset=utf-8', but makes no difference.
The only place I don't use utf-8 is when transferring the file to the tivo - I generate the TVBusQuery xml as utf-8, but dump the raw bytes into the header since it is a binary stream - which may be why it works in the tivo UI, but not the hmo ui ...? https://github.com/wr0ngway/tivohmo/...server.rb#L163
If I manually create a pyTivo metadata file containing that string, the same things happen.
I have a a Sony SVR2000 (first generation Tivo, that is) with lifetime service. It also has a cache card. I switched to a new router, and now my Tivo can't call in. Everything's plugged in properly, as far as I can tell, but the Tivo just can't find the "phone" connection.
Any ideas what I need to change to fix it?....
Played around with the Vudu app. Connected my Disney Anywhere account. Great HDX video and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 audio. Played back at 24fps. Wish the info button displayed information like the Netflix app.