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Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by Stuart Sweet, Mar 19, 2012.
Jailbroken devices are NOT supported by DTV....could be anything ...
so? I'm not asking them for support, I was asking if anyone else was experiencing the same thing.
Didn't say you were doing anything......geez ur argumentative...are you my first wife trying to haunt me?:lol:
I defend myself when attacked.
who attacked you?
I did what I said earlier and no change.
Directv closed in multitask bar.
Local set to UK
Back to springboard
Local set back to USA
Turn off iPad
Turn on iPad
Open directv app. Still in euro DD/MM format.
Not a big deal. Never noticed it before till someone here said something. Just an interesting observation.
Some of the DVRs aren't showing all the recorded programs in the Playlists on the iPad?
Just to be clear as I just ordered a connection kit. I will be able to stream outside of my home my recorded dvr content??
No.. you need a Nomad or Slingbox
Will this be a feature coming soon? Anyone know?
It hasn't been announced.
Am I missing something? A few weeks ago my iPad used to show Play on TV AND Play on iPad for the things I had recorded on the DVR.
With the latest iPad update and the DVR update I only see Play on TV for recorded programs. Everything else seems to work fine.
Can't I watch recorded programs any longer?
Nope, you never saw that exactly. What you did see is they will let you tune to a live station on the tv or start a live stream to your iPad while you are pursuing the guide in any way, on some channels, but not recordings. Of course you can also start playback of a recorded show, but only on the tv, never has been there on the iPad in this app. Only the nomad if it's been converted and downloaded.
It should be noted that the nomad is NOT a streaming device.
The Slingboxen and assorted devices from Monsoon Multimedia are popular choices for streaming both live and recorded programming from a DVR.
Streaming was once a financial conference call Q&A subject and, as I recall, the answer was 2013 iff (if and only if) the content providers were amenable.
Yet. It could be at some point.
Well, we already had some streaming, so that's not accurate anymore. It's just not recordings form our boxes. It's live feeds at home on some stations, and video on demand anywhere we have a wifi connection, right now.
Since the subtopic appears to be streaming from DVRs (something DIRECTV has never offered at any level), we should be very careful not to confuse the issue with talk of authentication.
We also probably shouldn't be confused by a non-DirecTV subscriber.
Not entirely true. You can stream DVR content to laptops currently.