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Supercast for Windows Mobile v1.4.5 Now Available - Must Update!

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by Greg Alsobrook, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. Greg Alsobrook

    Greg Alsobrook Lifetime Achiever

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    DIRECTV has released Verison 1.4.5. It is a REQUIRED upgrade, the older versions will not run.

    Fixes:

    -This version addresses the difficulties for some to access the live video streams.

    Notes:

    -Highlights are only available till Sunday Night
    -You can not access any of the Thursday, Sunday Night, Monday Night games
    -Highlights will not be available for games that are not part of Sunday Ticket.

    The new version can be downloaded from this link: http://www.directv.com/DTVAPP/mobile/supercast/
     
  2. mfeinstein

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    Downloaded and installed fine, but once again I had to use the link here to install the application only on my Samsung Blackjack II. This link should be available on the main download site so I don't have to keep digging it up again (and other Blackjack II users can install it the first time).
     
  3. Stryker412

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    Man, they still haven't fixed the scrolling. Is there anyone to talk to over D* about that?
     
  4. Greg Alsobrook

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    Where exactly are you having this issue?
     
  5. Stryker412

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    The main list of games. If I scroll it's not smooth scrolling like all the normal touchscreen apps. I'll see if somehow I can make a video of it, but don't really have a camera.

    Here is a video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhuK1wW9AJA
     
  6. dwcolvin

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    Scrolling works OK on a non-touchscreen WM6.1 (with a stylus or navigation button).

    The good news is, it actually receives the live feeds this week, and the image isn't distorted. The bad news is, it's 4:3 in a 16:9 'frame' (i.e., it's "pillarboxed"), so the image is smaller than it needs to be. For RZC, it's letterboxed AND pillarboxed (because RZC SD is letterboxed RZC HD), so image is REALLY small.
     

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