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I currently have been living with a HR10-250 for quite some time. I'm actually quite happy with it, except for the lack of (new) HD content. I've been running with TivoWebPlus to manage it, and have been backing it up with mfs_ftp.tcl to cope with the odd disk failure and to make the odd DVD for long trips with my young son whose shows aren't always available on DVD. I also enjoy hacking together new programs to run on it...
Assuming I'm happy with the TiVo user interface, how many of these features would I miss if I upgraded to the THR-22?
For perhaps six weeks now, TiVo customers on San Diego Time Warner have been receiving wildly wrong schedule information for UCSD TV (channel 135). This causes TiVos to record the wrong programs, etc.
I have three times reported this to TiVo, with no results. Each time they say they've entered the problem and somebody else has to get around to looking at it.
Its a strange error. Some days the schedule is partly right, but most days it is completely wrong at all times during the day. It is as if the schedule is off by several days.
To demonstrate how wildly different the schedules are, I have copied a small section of today's schedule below.
Schedule for 11/30/2013, as displayed on TiVo (wrong)...
12 AM - Gretchen Ruben: Don't Worry Be Happy Now
1 AM - Walk Togeyther for Freedom: Jahangir
2 AM - Salman Rushdie- Revelle Forum
3 AM - To Be Human: Historical Christian Views
Schedule for 11/30/2013 as shown on UCSD.TV web site (right)...
12 AM - Global Health and Global Threats with Laurie Garrett
12:30 AM - Brain Mapping
1:30 AM - Chronicalling Cancer from the Best Seller to the Big Screen
2 AM - Iraq's Journey from Dictator to Democracy
3 AM - Ethics and the Modern Corp
Anybody else suffer from this problem? Hey, if so, please give TiVo a call, because they need some more encouragement.
I can understand occasional schedule mistakes, but they ought to be able to get them fixed within a few days, and apparently they don't.
The 4 year old (upgrade) 2TB drive in one of my Tivos decided to stop working earlier this week. :eek:
I pulled the drive and ran Spinrite but it didn't find a problem. I reinstalled the unit and the Tivo would still not get past the initial "Starting" screen before endlessly rebooting. :(
I tried several different Kickstart codes but none of them would take. The system would just go back to a black screen and reboot. Oh well...
A different freshly imaged drive would work perfectly. (to verify it was the drive and not the MoBo or PS.)
So in an effort to get my recordings back I picked up a new drive from Newegg and ran WD Diags to verify it's a good drive. I then ran MFSCopy from within WinMFS to dupe the original drive contents to the replacement. It took over 8 hours, but once I installed the replacement 2TB drive, the Tivo HDXL was working again with all of the recorded programs there. :D
Now I guess it's time to wipe the old drive and re-purpose it.
Can you buy the same remote that comes with the roamio, for use with the mini?
I really think the redesigned layout is much improved.
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Connected a new Roamio Plus yesterday, and today installed a cableCARD from Mediacom Cable.
All channels are present in the guide. I can use the guide to select a channel to watch. I can record and playback a program from the guide.
But I get C501 error from:
- What to Watch Now
- Browse TV & Movies
Search returns a "Search results are temporarily unavailable".
If I select Season Pass and other options from a program in the guide, a blank screen is displayed for a couple of seconds and then back to the guide.
I've seen this show live twice. It's awesome. Set your DVRs. Not sure how they will work it with commercial breaks.
I know we have streaming available on ios and android is coming. Can't wait for android. Could we also stream through the website and our sign in?
Twice now my Tivo has been recording 2 things on my s3 and I will want to change the channel and be prompted to Change channel and cancel 1 recording or stay on recordings. but the Tivo does not accept either remote/ choice.
I have tried a 2nd remote and I can hear the Tivo accepting my prompts but the screen doesn't change and I had to pull the power cord, any ideas what is causing this? see attached pic
So we all know that the C133 error is generally an issue on Tivo's end (it happened to me last night....as it did others as well).
I was hoping maybe someone can explain why in the hell Tivo needs a connection to their servers to do some basic functionality?!?
For example, with the C133 error.....I can't delete a scheduled program. WTH?! Why would Tivo need to talk to the mothership to do that?
Also, why no Netflix, or Comcast VOD?
I have 2 series 3 TiVos (OLED) on my home network. Both work fine in all respects except one. One of the units no longer see my HME applications. I am running wmcbrines pyhme server, and have published two of my own applications under thus: pytivo video server which adds push functionality to oytivo, and jukebox - an mp3 player.
Both of these apps work fine on the other TiVo, and they also work for many other users who downloaded them from github. They were working for me too until several weeks ago - I can't pinpoint the exact time.
I have tried rebooting the TiVo as well as my fileserver where the apps reside. I have turned the "enable home networks" option off and back on. I haverified the MAK. Everything seems to be configured correctly, but my apps do not show up on the menu. I have added the file servers IP address manually to the TiVo, but it can't find any servers there.
I'm not finished with my attempts to restore service, but I was hoping to get some ideas for what to try next.
I give up. I have been trying to find the code for my new RX-A1010 and the best match I can find operates every function except "turn on". If I hit "power" on my tv remote, it'll turn off, but it won't turn on.
Everything else works as well. Anyone have any ideas?
I've posted a few times recently to cover various questions of mine. Just to preface again, I'm a TiVo old-timer who switched to Windows Media Center a couple of years ago and am thinking about coming back.
I used to have a dual TiVo HD (Series 3) setup in the house and my recollection was that I could transfer shows from one box to another. If memory serves, I believe that if I was in my bedroom, I would go into that TiVo's main menu / list and the other TiVo would be listed (e.g., labeled as "Living Room") and then I could select it and see what shows were recorded on it.
I'm wondering with newer Roamio's and UI changes if TiVO has now (or now allows you to) more seamlessly merged the shows that are spread across multiple Roamio's into a single list, so that I wouldn't even need to know/care which TiVo the shows are actually stored on.
I can see pros/cons to both approaches. For example, it might not be a bad idea to designate one TiVo for my wife and her shows, and the other for mine (That raises another question: Even with just one Roamio, can I categorize shows as being my shows versus my wife's shows?). So, ideally, the TiVo would allow both approaches and would allow a very fast way to switch between a single seamless list and a list grouped by device/person.
Ideally it would also allow all tuners to be pooled, so that if I could use one TiVo for most/all of my scheduling, and it would make use of the 2nd TiVo's available tuners.
Anyone tested composite video and audio on a roamio PRO, at the same time your're using HDMI?
Mine doesn't seem to be doing that, but debugging is very difficult in my setup. I have a huge rat's nest of wires and very, very poor access. (A rack with rear access would be SO much nicer)
I have been looking at the Roamio Pro.
I currently have a S2 (2006, monthly, cable box) and a HD (2009, annual, cableCARD & Tuning adapter) connected to a living room HDTV. There is a SDTV in our bedroom without any TiVo connected as that TV is rarely used.
I was thinking of consolidating down to one device...Roamio Pro, probably w/lifetime service.
I have recordings to transfer, so my plan was to get the Roamio, transfer the recordings from the S2, once done, deactivate service for the S2 and then use the CC/TA from the HD to actively use the Roamio. I am under the impression that the HD should still get analog cable and still be able to transfer recordings until it's service is deactivated (Feb 2014).
However, I am reluctant to just box up TiVos that still seem to be in good working order. However, due to age, I figure I would not get anything for them as they do not have the lifetime service and many would just go for a newer device rather than these old ones.
As I type this, I'm not really sure what my question is...I know I'd like to get the Roamio and I know I'd like to go down to one device. I guess I am wondering the best course of action for the HD and the remainder of it's year of service and the capabilities without CC/TA and what to do with the SD & HD once I've upgraded.
Just bought a Roamio and a Mini as an early Christmas gift (for myself!)... while I'm waiting for them to arrive, wanted to see if it is possible to hook up the Mini to Macbook Pro? I have the laptop connected to a 27" monitor, and would love to use that as a second screen, if possible!
Which one would you use as Main Tivo? Which is better minus the hard drive space, MOCA and THX????
What is a typical file size for an hour long 1080P HD recording once downloaded to an iPad mini? Is a 16GB iPad Mini going to be large enough to download a few shows? Should be fine if the average size is around 1GB...but if it's like 3-4GB for an hour I'd be in trouble.
I currently have a Premiere XL4 plus Mini with Comcast digital cable. This serves 90% of my TV watching. The remaining 10% is satisfied with net options (Netflix, Hulu, Playon, etc). However, there is one channel that Comcast doesn't carry that I am very interested in - Cozi TV. Looking at my choices I've found that Cozi TV is not streamed via the net (that I can find). It is, however, broadcast OTA by my local NBC affiliate.
I currently have nothing in my house receiving OTA nor any way to record such if I were to get an antenna. I do have an HDHomerun (that I used to use before getting my TiVo) but it only receives channels in the clear from my cable feed. So, my question is what is the cheapest and easiest alternative to be able to receive AND record this one OTA channel? Should I look at a two tuner Premiere unit or a Roamio basic? Each of these will then cost me some kind of subscription (lifetime or monthly). Should I look at some direct antenna feed to my PC? It would be nice to ultimately watch the recorded shows via my TiVo but I do have media players (Roku and WDTVLive) that I could use as well.
All input greatly appreciated!