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HR20-100 and DoD

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by jmcdolej, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. jmcdolej

    jmcdolej Cool Member

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    Will Dod work on my HR20-100 when it is released? I know it doesnt right now. So a better NOOB question is that my HR20-100 is non-DVR will it work? If not how do I get an HR20-700 and how much will D* charge approx? TIA
     
  2. Michael D'Angelo

    Michael D'Angelo Lifetime Achiever

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    :welcome_s to DBSTalk

    Yes DoD will work with the HR20-100's. It is actually in the latest CE for the -100's.
     
  3. Earl Bonovich

    Earl Bonovich Lifetime Achiever

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    When release... yes.

    The version is in beta testing in the CE forum.
     
  4. jmcdolej

    jmcdolej Cool Member

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    TY, I have been lurking for a while then signed up recently. This site is amazing with info. I appreciate the help.
     
  5. jmcdolej

    jmcdolej Cool Member

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    I am nervous about do the CE. So if I choose to wait for the national rollout do I have to have my reciver hooked up the the my ethernet for it to download?
     
  6. Michael D'Angelo

    Michael D'Angelo Lifetime Achiever

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    The updates are done via the SAT's. You don't have to have your unit networked for the software to download but you do need it connected to use DoD and for DirecTV to activate DoD on your account.
     
  7. jmcdolej

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    Thanks again even if you are a Ravens fan. LOL, j/k. So when the update goes national, then I plug my ethernet in. What do I do next? Re-read the FAQ?lol
     
  8. Michael D'Angelo

    Michael D'Angelo Lifetime Achiever

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    Take a look at the link below. It is a post that has a few links to all the info you need.

    http://www.dbstalk.com/showpost.php?p=1236460&postcount=1
     
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