Previous house owner had the cable company split the main coax line outside the house.... and from the splitter, multiple coax cables are traving along the outside of the house separately before coming inside in different places.
Assuming I need to put the MoCA POE Filter before that first splitter outside the house to ensure that i don't cut off any parts of the house from the MoCA signal.
My question is: Is the MoCA POE Filter built to be outside in cold/rain/snow? Will keeping it outside damage it?
Thanks for your feedback!
Now that I've been using our Roamio for a month, there are a couple of things that irritate me about the UI and I'm wondering if there's just some way of dealing with these that I just am not aware of coming from the S3.
1. Getting to the first episode in a folder - On the S3, I used to just hit channel down until I was at the bottom of the folder, which either left me at the episode I wanted to play or on the 1 line ad, and I just had to arrow up once. But now at the bottom of the folders on the Roamio there's the ad plus a bunch of other things. If I page down I'm often left needing to arrow up a number of times to get to the first show. Is there any way to just go to the bottom show rather than the bottom of the whole folder?
2. Viewing episode descriptions - On the S3, you could use channel up/down to scroll through the episode descriptions within a folder. I've started to get used to backing out, up/down arrowing, and going back in. Except the list of shows is not fully drawn when you back out, and it refreshes between the time that I go back to the list and the time that I hit the up/down arrow, which always leaves me highlighting the show I just looked at. I usually go too fast about 3 times in a row before I can force myself to pause and wait for the list to redraw before moving to the next show. Is there any solution to this other than "learn to be more patient"? :)
Tivo Margaret had mentioned a fix to this coming in the December release last year that didn't seem to materialize.
Would love to know what the deal is and when we can expect a fix.
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I am finally back to the Tivo family and picked up the Roamio Plus. For complicity sake, I set everything up with MoCA and everything is working fine. However, I notice the slow download speed when transferring shows to my iPad. I see that other people are mentioning the same thing, but I was wondering if I made the right choice with MoCA.
Would setting the Roamio to use the gigabit ethernet versus MoCA help with the transfer speed? I suspect that it is just the way the app and roamio work given that MoCA should still be able to handle speeds better than my transfer rate, but wanted to check with the experts.
In the QUICKFLIX menu, there is a "playlist" feature.
Has anyone used it ? How do you use it ? what instructions ?
from what i THINK it does (or should do), is let you "add" programmes to your playlist, - EG a whole series, and when you watch each episode, it gets removed.
is this what it does ? i've not figured out what / how to use it. What buttons do we press.
I just purchased a Tivo Roamio Pro and Tivo Mini to replace my old 2-room / 2-tivo setup. I have these connected through 2 Netgear GS108 switches:
Tivo Roamio Pro <---> Netgear GS108 <---> Netgear GS108 <---> Tivo Mini
This setup worked fine with the old tivos for room-to-room transfers, but with the Mini, HD content stalls out within seconds, usually with a V87 error (network too slow). This occasionally happens with non-HD content as well (live tv and recordings).
I tried to measure network bandwidth by connecting 2 Macs where each of the tivos are connected, and ran the iPerf program. This consistently gave me around 940Mbps, for a variety of packet sizes (close to the 1Gbps maximum).
I've also tried power cycling all the boxes, assigning static IP addresses, and even removed a switch, but nothing seems to fix the problem. Tivo technical support was not able to help either.
I'd appreciate any suggestion on what to look for or how to diagnose the problem.
I just installed a Roamio Plus and a Mini. Starting to use them and realized that the remotes are different, buttons like "Back" and "Guide" are in different places, making it very awkward. Surely they should be consistent. I am obviously not at all impressed having sunk over $1,000 in what is a very poor user experience.
I could not see any other posts on this issue - are others happy to juggle two similar but different remotes and keep it all straight?
A new show Wallykazam is supposed to be starting on 2/3 at noon Central on NickJr. My guide data still isn't showing it. Does anyone else see this show?
For those that followed the previous thread and missed out last time, I have 3 more codes to sell.
These will likely be the last ones I can offer, so if you are interested make an offer or use the "Buy it Now" option.
The last 2 I had were bought at the full price, but all offers will be considered as I know not everyone will want a full whole home solution in one go.
Any questions, please ask
Just got off the phone with TiVo support and they said this is a known issue that they are monitoring, affecting all TiVo's, and they don't know when they're going to get a fix.
But...when I search the web, I can't find anyone else having the same problem, so is it really a "Known Issue"!?!?
Basically, debugged with Amazon first. When I go to my video library, specify the movie to transfer to my TiVo, the Amazon site says everything is OK.
Per the Amazon help desk, everything on their side says that the video was transferred successfully.
Problem is...NO BLUE LIGHT on TiVo.
Did all the usual, restart router, restart TiVo, force connect to TiVo HQ, etc. Nothing....Movie never downloads
Like I said, called TiVo support last and they said it's a known issue with a pending fix.
Anyone else have any insight into this? Can confirm this is a current problem?
Hi, new poster here ... have been lurking since a few days before I picked up my Roamio Pro last week and have learned a lot from all of you. Decided to sign up when I noticed some inconsistencies from my Series 2 days in the way Tivo shows start/end/ and duration data for programs and I'm getting frustrated when the info screens don't give me what I need. Here is what I observed (I couldn't find this in other threads so I'm hoping it hasn't been covered before); I am generalizing and these observations may not apply in all cases:
Explore, Upcoming, and Episodes screens: Start time, but no End or Duration info
My Shows: Station (or logo) and HD flag, but no channel # or End Time.
Duration is sometimes in the preview window on the right (always for movies with star ratings), and is also in the program info window if you select the entry.
To Do: This usually has everything in the item entry or in the preview window if the item is highlighted, except for Duration. For Wish List future recordings however, there is no Start/End/Duration available in the To Do screen or program info window if you select the item (it is available if you locate the program in the guide).
I find this frustrating and more complex than I remembered with my S2 that I used from 2002-08 and retired when I got my HDTV. Sometimes I just want to know how long a future recording is when I am editing down my My Shows and To Do lists (like for my Olympics wish lists). Has anyone else felt the same way about this? I guess what I'm really looking for is a quick way to determine the duration of individual current and future recordings.
This sounds like it's going to be a good episode for all of us who want to see more of the Mother. I'm guessing it will be her narrating the story and will be from her perspective. I'm very excited to see how the episode goes.
Last week's Michael J Fox Show recording on my Roamio had an odd problem. When I start watching it, the timeline at the bottom is all empty, as though it has just started recording (i.e. there's no green in the timeline). In addition, I can't use any trickplay buttons. I just get the Tivo rejection dung noise when I press any of those buttons. I had to watch the episode without skipping any ads.
I initially noticed the issue while the episode was half-recorded, and now going back to it in the future, that recording still behaves this way. I'm also unable to stream this episode to my phone or ipad. Has anyone else seen this happen?
Anybody watching this on Nat Geo?? Its the best reality show on TV IMO
Very intense and dangerous.
I've been having periodic channel loss, but it was rare and usually only a single channel. Changing up or down then back to the lost channel recovered it.
Today I turned on the TV and had nothing. No channel content at all. Checking diagnostics on the TA and CC had no results, like they were disconnected.
Rebooting the Roamio brought everything back, but I need to find out what's happening. Is there a shortlist of things to check to see what might be happening?
Hopefully a few quick questions - but first a little context:
I'm getting a Roamio to replace my Premiere. I'll be switching my current service plan over to the Roamio, and unsubscribing the Premiere. However, I have a lot of as-yet unwatched programs on the Premiere that I'd like to transfer to the Roamio.
So the question is: Can I copy programs off an unsubscribed Premiere to a subscribed Roamio?
Follow up question: Some of the programs may be copy protected; if they can't be copied to the Roamio, will I still be able to watch them directly from the unsubscribed Premiere?
If necessary, I can take the Premiere off my home network, so it can't 'phone home' and won't know immediately that it has been unsubscribed. If I do that, can I copy programs to the Roamio by connecting the two units directly with an Ethernet cable? (And does it need to be a cross-over cable?)
Thanks for any advice anyone can give me!
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Included in the Auction:
- Tivo Premiere XL Series 4 DVR with 1 TB hard drive
- Tivo Glo Peanut Remote with Backlighting
- Tivo Power Cord
- HDMI Cable
- Lifetime Service for the Tivo
- Actiontec MOCA adapter (sold by Tivo) plus power, ethernet and coax cables
Thanks for looking!