Software update 20.6.1 Priority update page open

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  1. jcthorne

    jcthorne Well-Known Member

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  2. dave13077

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    Just added my Roamio Pro and mini. Strange thing was it said 20.6.1 when I was adding the boxes and when I hit submit it said:

    Thank you! Your TiVo box has been added to the priority update list. Your box will be in one of the first groups to be updated when the software update (20.5.9) is ready.

    Different software number.
     
  3. TonyD79

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    Same.
     
  4. rainwater

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    Most likely they just didn't update the thank you page yet. 20.5.9 has already rolled out.
     
  5. Jerky

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    On the priority page, it does not show TiVo Bolt as a device that is getting updated.

    Is there anything to that?
     
  6. gonzotek

    gonzotek tivo_xml developer

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    They probably are updating the Bolt, but because there are so many fewer Bolts in the field, they don't feel the need to do a priority list. This has been the case with many other updates (same thing also happened when Roamio was new).
     
  7. tarheelblue32

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    I doubt it. TiVo is notorious for not updating the priority page version number, as stated above. I assume TiVo just hasn't gotten around to updating the priority page language to include "Bolt".
     
  8. TonyD79

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    Just another TiVo sloppy moment. It took my bolt when I submitted and as they are supposedly adding OOH streaming to the bolt, I'm sure it will be in the priority list.
     
  9. JoE 15

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    How long does it usually take for these priority updates to roll out?
     
  10. tarheelblue32

    tarheelblue32 Well-Known Member

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    Usually within one or two weeks.
     
  11. sluciani

    sluciani TiVowner Since '99

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    As of now, still no reports of 20.6.1 in the wild that I found. Dying to find out how usable Bolt OOH streaming might be.
     
  12. n0xlf

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    Just got the update and no OOH streaming from Comcast at least...
     
  13. rainwater

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    It could also require a mobile app update and/or be turned on at a later date.
     
  14. davezatz

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    Last I heard, they were still targeting this release. Not sure if it requires them flip something on the server side or an app update to enable -- either of those they could wait until 20.6.1 is deployed to everyone.
     
  15. JoeKustra

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    Anyone object to starting a new thread?
     
  16. JoeKustra

    JoeKustra in the other Alabama TCF Club

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    Too late.
     
  17. TonyD79

    TonyD79 Well-Known Member

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    Got the download. May be the reboot but feels a bit smoother.

    No OOH for Bolt yet. I doubt it is an app update since it already works for other devices but it may need one just to be told bolts are A-OK.
     
  18. sluciani

    sluciani TiVowner Since '99

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    My Bolt hasn't opened up any ports on my router, tho, and UPnP is working. Another device on my network opened up ports.
     
  19. TonyD79

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    I haven't looked at that. I did search for anything on the bolt itself that allowed network access.
     
  20. sluciani

    sluciani TiVowner Since '99

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    Great minds think alike. :) Couldn't find anything on the Bolt itself either.

    It looks like it gets set-up via the mobile client. Kinda makes sense, IMO, because there would be no reason to poke a hole in your firewall if you weren't going to use a mobile client OOH.
     

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