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Dish ONLINE and Dish Remote Access


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#1 OFFLINE   BqWUDUDj

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Posted 22 September 2010 - 08:20 PM

Is there any relationship between Dish ONLINE and Remote Access? My 722 is an excellent DVR but makes for a terrible browser. I was hoping that I could browse for movies / TV shows and queue them up onto my DVR from my laptop.

Also, I guess the Remote Access doesn't know about the channel lists I've defined (which are accessible by pressing the Guide button)? It would be nice if the "Grid" tab came preloaded with the lists I've entered on my PVR as Filters.

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#2 OFFLINE   Wilf

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Posted 23 September 2010 - 07:08 AM

I would love to have full control of my 722 from my laptop using the browser. I do this with my Squeezbox, and it is far superior to using the SB remote. I read somewhere that 60 percent of TV viewers now use their laptops while watching TV.

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