Hydra is not alpha/beta code. Don't mistake multiple posts, by the same people, about the same problem as numerous problems.....usually alpha/beta builds are updated on a different schedule than releases.
Isn't it an RC? On their own site it says it's an RC2 which implies it's a beta no? I work in this field and just was curious.Hydra is not alpha/beta code. Don't mistake multiple posts, by the same people, about the same problem as numerous problems.
Tivo has said there will be more frequent updates for Hydra initially.
I did something like that, but the bug was ME, not Hydra.Here's a new one.
You can have a channel in your favorites list that is not in your channel list.
Used to be that if you removed a channel from your channels, it removed it from favorites if it were there.
You can't get to it on the set favorites list if it is not in your channel list but you can turn them on and off individually via the guide.
I'd say it's a bug?
Or go to the guide, click on the name on the left. It will give you options.I did something like that, but the bug was ME, not Hydra.
I went to "Remove" an odd SD channel, but accidentally tagged it as a "Favorite". Realizing my mistake, I "Removed" it from the channel list. After that, the SD channel was still visible from the LEFT-CLICK tile set. D'uh. I needed to go back into Channel Settings, Add it back, then un-Favorite it again..
All their updates are Release Candidates. They may bump the RC up on the next update or change it to 21.7.x. I am sure there will be one soon. They will be updating several times in the next few months, I think...and that really is a real good thing.Isn't it an RC? On their own site it says it's an RC2 which implies it's a beta no? I work in this field and just was curious.
Ted mentioned updates being seasonal. Nowadays all releases keep their RC names. In the past, they would remove the RC label and call it an "a" or "b" release, like 21.7.1.b for example, but the code was the same as the RC.Anyone know what the update release cycle is for Hydra?
It will upgrade on it's own overnight.How can I tell if Hydra firmware is updated?
I own an Oppo 205 and when a new firmware is available a message will pop up and ask if I want to do the upgrade.
When I had Dish they would just update, but I could tell because it would start up on a different screen than usual.
Does Tivo give any kind of warning or will it just upgrade?
I see the software version listed as 21.7.2.RC7-A93-6-A93 (on my mini). Is this the original Mini Hydra or has it been changed?
I'd like to know when they do an upgrade so that I can see if the 'guide' issues have been addressed and fixed.
The mini and the host must be the same. Gen 3/Gen 3 or Gen 4/Gen 4.Can you update a Mini without updating the Roamio that it is connected to? And if you do, will the Mini still also connect to a Premeire XL4?