Hulu DVR Use thru TiVo App?

Discussion in 'TiVo Roamio DVRs' started by michael1248, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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    All I am looking for is a streaming service that offers a DVR option for NASCAR stuff on FS1 and NBCSN.

    Most do, but I would like to use Hulu if I can access their DVR feature through their app on my TiVo.

    I's rather ask my expert friends here than call Hulu.
     
  2. ke3ju

    ke3ju Ed Ludwig

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    No live tv or dvr access through Hulu App on TiVo.
     
  3. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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    Boo! Hiss! That is what I was afraid of....looks like when I cut the cord, I'll have to pony up some $$$ for a streaming device.
     
  4. krkaufman

    krkaufman TDL shepherd

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  5. ThAbtO

    ThAbtO TiVoholic by the bay TCF Club

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    nascar.com has their own streaming on their web site, and its not free. Its not DVR-like though.
     
  6. mdavej

    mdavej Well-Known Member

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    Better open your wallet pretty wide. I've paid as much as $20 for a streaming device.

    Why did you ask exactly the same question in 2 different threads? Were you hoping to get a different answer?
     
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  7. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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  8. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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    No...I knew I would have to upgrade a streaming service. I also knew that Hulu is available on TiVo as opposed to the other populate streaming services. I was hoping that I could "Save" a NASCAR race on Hulu's service if I upgraded what I already have with them, thereby avoiding the cost of a separate streaming device.
     
  9. tampa8

    tampa8 Official Tivo User

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    Lmao.
     
  10. ej42137

    ej42137 Well-Known Member

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    I paid a couple of grand for mine; but it came with an 82" screen, so I don't feel I got ripped off.
     
  11. PCurry57

    PCurry57 Liberal Hippie Chick

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    Those aren't $$$, Google Chromecast is only $35. You can even find Gen 2 devices for $5. Pony up a couple of bucks.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T817P) using Tapatalk
     
  12. michael1248

    michael1248 Member

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    Thank you all...I guess after paying so much for all my Tivos over the years, I didn't realize that the streaming devices were so cheap.
     
  13. mdavej

    mdavej Well-Known Member

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    I got a couple of Fire sticks for Xmas for $20 each. Also got Roku Express for $25. Chromecast is ok, but a PITA to control since you have to do everything through your phone. You can pay much, much more for Apple TV, etc. if you want, but it's not necessary.
     

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