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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Earl Bonovich, Jan 8, 2008.
Here is the official information for the DVR Scheduler:
Any idea when this is going to be rolled out to everyone? I still don't have access.
Does that really say 'Tivo receivers' in the ad? Are they dating again?:hurah:
Soft release to everyone roughly January 17th, announcements in early February.
Let's hope that means the HR10-250's will also receive this upgrade.
This is going to be one of DirecTV's favorite new features for those of us who travel.
I travel extensively and have been waiting for this to make it to the masses.
When I get home from the Caribbean, I'll have remote booking, I'm very excited
I'm starting to sound like my father here but.......I like that there is no charge.
Why is the guide in the first picture in the ad flipped?
Does this require that the HR20 be connected to my wireless network? I plan to do that, but that's one of those "when I get a round TUIT" things.
No, remote booking will not requre a network connection to your DVRs
From what I know of in the CE portion, your receiver does NOT have the be networked, I believe DirecTV sends the record command down from the birds themselves. So, that's good news to a lot of people!
Earl beat me to the answer...So, "It's what he said"
Because someone photoshopped a Windows screenshot onto an Apple laptop.... poorly.
Does this mean the DVR has to have Internet access or will the request to record be sent to the DVR via the satellite? Brochure doesn't say anything about the recorder being required to have Internet access.
No Internet access required for the DVR. The Remote Booking signal is sent to the DVR via the satellite.
Really, I figured this would be part of the Internet connection on the HR2Xs
Disregard. Between the time I wrote and posted this message, I see that Earl answered the question. Oh the joys of being interrupted at work when one is trying to surf the net. :lol: