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IIRC, rewind -> replay takes you straight to the beginning. Make sure you are doing rewind -> skip. And you have to be in rewind3 before this will work.
 

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ab3tx said:
IIRC, rewind -> replay takes you straight to the beginning. Make sure you are doing rewind -> skip. And you have to be in rewind3 before this will work.
This works in all three rewind speeds. You want to be using the skip button which looks like this ->| and is underneath the fast forward button.

I've had some trouble trying to use this trick in a few of the shows I've transferred from my PC, other than that it works pretty flawlessly for me (even works with DVDs since I have a combo unit).
 

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ab3tx said:
... And you have to be in rewind3 before this will work.
Negative...as posted above...I tried it at all three speeds and it does, indeed, take you back at tick intervals. I wasn't aware of that, and I've been TiVo-ing for four years.
 

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dylanemcgregor AND Bierboy said:
This works in all three rewind speeds.
Thanks guys! :eek: No telling how many button presses I've wasted and never thought to try it the other ways. :up:
 

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The skip to tick does work with 30s skip enabled. You have to be in a FF or Rew mode for it to work. In realtime play the advance button does the 30s skip. With 30s skip disabled, the advance button advances to the end of the program or back to the beginning if already at the end.
 

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Skip to tick doesn't work in live TV mode, IIRC.. (at least on my S3 and S1s..)
The only time I buffer live TV (..with any care whatsoever to avoid changing channels..) is when I leave CNN on. Sometimes I want to go back a while, and can't.
 
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