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Tonight, "Inside the Actors Studio" will host the cast of Arrested Development. Read more about it here.
Tonight, 11/7/13 on BRAVO at 8 pm. Pretty sure it will be repeated.
Hi TiVo Stream owners!
We have begun releasing the out-of-home feature to TiVo Stream boxes. An initial group of boxes were authorized for the update today.
If you are anxious to see if your TiVo Stream was one of them, then WHILE CONNECTED TO YOUR HOME NETWORK you'll need to:
- start the TiVo iOS app on your iPhone or iPad
- go into Settings > Streaming System Information
- select "Make Service Call" (it will turn gray)
- wait until the "Make Service Call" is black again
- select "Restart streaming device" and wait awhile for the restart to complete
- go to Settings > Streaming Setup
*IF* your box was in the first group to be authorized for the update, then the "Set Up Streaming?" screen will have a checkbox for "Set up out-of-home streaming". Check that box, and complete setup.
NOTE: You will only be able to OOH stream from retail TiVo Premiere or Roamio DVRs running 126.96.36.199a software or later.
If your TiVo Stream was not in this first batch, it should be updated within a couple of weeks.
My HD Tivo recently stopped working with an SO3 error. I am not very handy and you can find more details about the problem in another post on this forum.
I believe it is fixable but I simply do not have the time. I bought a Roamio instead.
I will sell the Tivo HD with lifetime contract and 500GB expansion drive (95 hours HD total) to the best offer.
I am setting up my new Tivo Roamio and want to create a Season Pass for new episodes of Modern Family. The problem is that the network that shows the new episodes (ABC) is not releasing any in the next 2 weeks. So when I try to create a Season Pass it only offers me the options of the Networks which are showing repeats.
How do I handle this? If I create a season pass on one of these networks and select "new only", will it record a new episode on ABC when the new season begins?
Or, do I have to wait for the new season in order to create this season pass.?
I am confused.
My minis keep losing their connection. It seems like every day now two of the three don't have a connection when I go to watch TV, and I have to wait for them to reboot- then it's fine. Now my third one just lost it in the middle of watching a show.
I'm hoping that it's just that the mini's have new software and the XL4 doesn't yet (as of a day or two ago), but what else could be causing this? It wasn't happening up until recently...
Would adding MoCA filters help at all? I'm currently totally unfiltered.
i have a roamio (basic model) and a mini.im on time warner cable with an mcard and a cisco tuning adaptor.
the websight says the mini CAN: "Pause a show in one room and resume it in another" .
i cant get it to do that-it dosent work,i called tive 3 times and finally got an answer that this is a software issue and they will hopefully fix it in a later update.they claim that i was the 1st to ever mention this problem
im sure alot of you are having this same issue...
tivo.com should take the "Pause a show in one room and resume it in another"
sentence off of their websight since this is false advertising.
im so disappointed since this was one of the main reasons why i bought the mini.
Well, that was some classic Survivor. I had no clue who was going home until the votes were read and I like it that way. I think the new tribe did a very logical thing. The remaining 2 pairs need to be very worried.
Welcome to the second half of the season!
Also, Tyson seems to have learned well from past mistakes and finding the HII was big, real big considering no one else even has a clue. Nicely done by Tyson.
I will be upgrading to the Roamio Plus and am planning my network connections. Is it possible to connect the Roamio Plus and Mini over MoCA and to leverage the Plus' MoCA bridge to connect to the rest of the network/Internet via powerline or wireless bridge (bridge/powerline->Ethernet->Tivo)? My Tivo is not close to my router and I am hoping to alleviate the need to purchase a MoCA adapter to connect it to the router.
From my understanding, the stream between the Roamio Plus and Mini would pass over MoCA and would not touch the rest of the network. Is my understanding correct and will there be any negative effects?
I have the following Tivos:
- two S3 OLED Tivos
- a 2-tuner Premiere XL.
All three have lifetime. I have upgraded the hard drives on both the S3s to 2T, and also replaced the power supply (bulging caps) with Weaknees replacements. All three units are working perfectly.
I am wondering if it would be worth it to sell all three, and replace them with one Roamio (the base model, as I am OTA only) and also two mini's. What would be the pros and cons of such a move? Is it worth it to try to get something out of the aging equipment while I can, and upgrade? What say you all?
This evening, my Roamio Plus arrived to replace my Premiere. First, I called in a purchase of lifetime purchase. Then, I started a network connection to obtain schedule data and pick up the lifetime purchase. While that was running, I called RCN and within a few minutes, we had the Cablecard moved from the Premiere to the Roamio and paired.
Alright, ready to go! Hmm, the main menu still says:
Please Activate Service
Go to UNKNOWN and enter your TiVo Service number to activate the UNKNOWN. The UNKNOWN will not work without an active service subscription.
How long is it going to take for the box to pick up the lifetime service? Now that the Cablecard is paired to the Roamio, I can't just put it back into the Premiere to pick up tonight's season pass recordings, and 8pm is less than an hour away...
Anyone able to get roamio remote to control Logitech z-5500 receiver?
While on a channel you know should work but the screen is blank, or the image is frozen, press the info button on the TiVo remote. Next push the arrow down button on the remote once so you can see what channel each tuner is set on. If all six tuners are on the same channel that could be a problem for SDV channels/Tuning Adapters.
Arrow right and select a tuner. Next manually type in a different channel then press enter on the TiVo remote. Repeat until all six tuners are on different channels.
For whatever reason all six tuners sometimes go to the same channel, especially after a reboot.
Hopefully this may help some. It worked for me.
My head is spinning and I could really use some help.
I currently have 4 DVR satellite receivers, each with dual coax back to the dish and each with an ethernet connection back to my router. I plan on switching to Romio, 4 minis and cable TV very soon but I have a dilemma.
I want to set up a Romio plus and 4 mini's but I'm concerned that connecting all of the mini's to the Romio and streaming to 2-3 of them might cause internet bandwidth issues for my network. I'm looking for a way to isolate the traffic between the mini's and the Romio so my LAN is minimally affected when streaming from Romio to one (or more) minis.
With all of the excess coax I'll have left over and an ethernet drop at each mini location, can I create a configuration where an ethernet hub is servicing all of the mini's and keeping the streaming traffic off the LAN?
Or, could I use coax to go to each mini, thus avoiding the LAN altogether?
If someone can find a diagram of what I'm trying to do, I'm very visual and that would help a lot.
I've searched for wiring diagrams but haven't found anything yet specific to what I'm wanting so I'm turning to experienced users to help me figure this out.
I think there's only a handful of us discussing the show and perhaps one thread to conclude our joint viewing makes sense at this point.
I really enjoyed last night's episode. The deal is clever, might get Jax to the promise land, and sets up an exciting conclusion to the series.
I thought the female attorney was going to wet her pants. :)
Well. I'm not sure what to even say about this episode.
It was fun I supposed. I did enjoy a few things about Dean being a dog. The absentminded continuing of "fetch" with Sam's napkin and Sam's "really?" expression every time. I also liked Dean's "You think we like that?" about the dog staying in the car. :D
Otherwise, it was just a typical silly MOW. And Jared live tweeted the episode and was very open about how much he and Jensen were not happy with the voices of the dogs.
Otherwise, Jared wins the acting again on that fast transformation from Sam to Zeke healing back to confused Sam. I mean wow guys. Then him asking Dean why the baddie said he didn't know what he was. It's all starting to unravel here!!!
Looking forward to next week! It's back to the myth arc and should be a really great episode!
I previously had two Premier XL4's running on a MoCa network (that one of the XL4's created) and it worked fine. I just upgraded to a Roamio Pro and Mini and every time I turn MoCa on (on the Pro) my internet connection speed goes from 55Mbps to .32Mbps (to the point where Tivo won't connect and web pages won't load on my laptop.
Here is the set up:
Coax goes in the house to a splitter, one cable goes to the Tivo and one goes to the cable modem (then to a wireless N router). The router then runs an Ethernet cable to the Tivo. The Mini upstairs is connected via coax. This is the exact same setup I had previously and it worked fine. I spoke to two techs at Tivo and neither could fix it. Anybody have any ideas to try before I determine it is a hardware failure (and have to copy all my shows to another pro again)?
I should add that I tested all the cables (coax and Ethernet) and they are all good.
Thanks in advance.
Trying to download a program stored on my TiVO to my iPad mini (running ios 6) with the TiVO app that was just updated yesterday (Nov 6).
I can start the download but after about 5 minutes or so the download simply pauses, I have to then restart the download and it again will work for about 5 minutes and pause again.
Anybody else seeing this behavior?
I set up my new Roamio Plus yesterday.
Everything went great but I can't figure out how to activate the CNet videos I used to get on my Premier.
Ok - so we have 4 Tivos to go to a good home or homes for free.
2 were certainly known as working against the AltEPG using dial-up until we stopped using them (one with a 250MB drive, one with 2 of the original 40 MB drives)
There are also 2 we picked up as spares in case our main machines failed. One of these has a cache card. Neither machine has been tested.
Pretty sure we have cables and remotes for all of these
Pick up only in Elstead Surrey (between Godalming and Farnham).
I'm replacing an XL4/Stream/HD with a Roamio and a Mini.
Thinking I should hook up the Mini to the existing XL4 and then add the Roamio, move shows from XL4 to Roamio, and then decommission the XL4.