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#26 OFFLINE   ProfLonghair

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Posted 30 May 2013 - 01:45 PM

Don't know if it helps at this point but, you could always look into grabbing an owned D10, D11 or H21.  If you have an HR20 and are looking to upgrade it, you could put it on the deck.  The HR20 is no longer recoverable by D* so you could turn it off whenever you want and you won't be required to send it back.

 

Streaming to a new nsz-gs7, not my Nexus, and it's great so far. 

 

Interesting about the HR20, I have two that I'd like to eventually get around to upgrading, but didn't want to lose what I had on them. Not having to send back makes that a bit easier.


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Posted 01 June 2013 - 02:30 PM

 

It would have been nice if they actually had a Nomad app for Android, but it's clearly vaporware, and given the subpar-at-bests implementation on the iPad, it's probably irrelevant anyway.

 

I assume you saw that the Nomad app has just come out for Android?



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Posted 01 June 2013 - 06:04 PM

I assume you saw that the Nomad app has just come out for Android?


The one that doesn't work on rooted devices, so I had to fool it I had to temporarily unroot, and it still looked stuttery and mid quality at best? To say I'm disappointed that in a year, that was the best they could do, is putting it nicely.

I admit, I don't exactly come around here as much, but when exactly did DirecTV fall so far behind in tech? I don't want to rant or anything, but literally the only thing keeping me with them now is Sunday Ticket.
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