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Will the 722K ever have the capabilities to receive the same GUI guide as the 922?

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#26 OFFLINE   Jhon69


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Posted 19 October 2011 - 06:53 PM

C'mon you are actually gonna buy that from a farmer!? (dripping sarcasm)

I buy alot of things from farmers...mainly food though.;):D

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#27 OFFLINE   Jhon69


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Posted 19 October 2011 - 08:15 PM

The DISH GUI is long past due for a major upgrade across the board. I was even hired to do it at one time. But the project was scraped. Hoping for one to be or look like the other is foolish. Because as it stands, it ain't gonna happen. They all should, if not be the same, KICK ASS!!! Kinda like DirecTV and all the rest. New devices included. Including free online media center software. DISH is proving to be severely archaic about this.

But what I have found presonally working for DISH to take care of this and seeing that has yet to be done . . . "THEY DON'T CARE".

I should say, "get over it", but that would be rude and insensitive. Ohhh, just like the lack of DISH addressing this.

As long as we pay the bill and there are no "Occupy River Front" (bar in the parking lot). "It ain't gonna happen."

I remember when I had D* we would have given our eyeteeth for a 3 hour guide like the 622/722/722k has,now since I have been gone from D* I don't know if D* ever added this feature to their receivers.:confused:

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