This isn’t a TiVo problem. You need to call Cox, not TiVo.
Well, Cox controls the software of the tuning adapter and the CC. Unless all of you had TiVo software updates at the exact same time on the same evening, I would think this was a COX issue not TiVo.My Cox repair guy texted me and said that the issue has been resolved. He asked me to check my channels and let him know if it was working okay, which was nice of him. When I asked the nature of the problem, he said this: "I was just told it was a software issue with TiVo Pertaining to the tuning adapter and cable card working."
TiVo with Cox and TiVo with Verizon Fios are identical. Except for the techs at the other end, who either know what they’re doing (Fios) or don’t (Cox).Interesting, thanks. Is the Cable Card separate (as with Cox), or is it built-in?
Cox messed you up last week and then lied to you and blamed TiVo.I've been a faithful Cox customer for 23 years, but this latest episode has me wondering if I'd be better off switching to Verizon.
Yes, Verizon Fios uses cablecards. Probably the most supportive of CC and easiest setup of any major cable company in the entire country.I have wanted to quit Cox, but I thought they were the only local option who had cable cards. So I thought I had to stay with them in order to keep using my Tivo (until it died a natural death anyway.) So, it is good to know if Verizon also supports Tivo.