Verizon Headaches

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by bfrd, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. memn0ch

    memn0ch New Member

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    Logitech released a new version of the Harmony software that fixed issues that I was having with the 880.
     
  2. bfrd

    bfrd New Member

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    Yes, I just happend to get my TiVo working on a really rough weekend for Logitech remotes. Thier "fix" didn't completely do it, but thier tech support showed me a different way to learn the power command from the original remote. I still don't know why my TiVo remote isn't working consistantly, but since the remote that I wan't to use now works, I am much less concerned. Just a run of bad timing.
     
  3. SuperRob

    SuperRob TiVolution Army

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    Thanks for all the great info, guys. I'll be getting FiOS TV at the end of September, so it's good to know what I can expect. FiOS internet goes in August 28th.
     
  4. vazquezj324

    vazquezj324 now THIS is Colorado

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    Some helpful info regarding the cards needing to send a signal back to Verizon;
    TiVo DVRs are one-way devices, meaning that they accept signals from the cable headend but cannot send signals back. CableCARDs configured for a two-way device are expected to send a signal back to the headend to confirm the activation. Because a TiVo DVR cannot send this signal, activation fails. So, you need cableCARDS speficially for one way signalling.
    Just an FYI.
    http://www.tivo.com/setupandsupport..._CableCARD_Activation_and_Channel_Issues.html
     
  5. jrm01

    jrm01 New Member

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    Where in that article do you see anything about cablecards for one way signalling?

    There ain't no such animal.
     

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