New / recent S/W for receivers (just a mention)...

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  1. Mikey

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    at&t Homezone HD box? That's one piece I've been waiting for to combine all my services with at&t here.
     
  2. P Smith

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    PID: 0890h, ID: 5GZD, FW: L422, Model: DP322. All GC/GDxx.
    Wed Jun 20 23:19:19 2007
     
  3. P Smith

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    PID: 08E0h, ID: 0AJC, FW: M107, Model: MPL1022
    Thu Jun 21 23:25:10 2007
     
  4. Mikey

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    The Tech Portal software update page is calling it the 1022HZ. Maybe a prototype HomeZone HD receiver?
     
  5. Darkman

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    Hey Mikey,

    I am glad to see that you like this thread now :D .. participate in it..and talk about such sophisticated machinery .. as HomeZone HD units, lol .. all in ONE thread ;))))

    Originally, as i recall ... - you were against this type of a thread...

    You wanted each new software appearance to go to a new thread basically.. basically every time.. Remember? ;)

    You and chaddux actually... and maybe few others..

    Just imagine how many new individual threads like this one the forum would have by now :D

    That's why i wanted it to be a combined thread.. statistical with a bit of discussion here and there (like it IS basically now.. )

    I am like a prophet, lol.. i think and look at the entire, "long term" picture :D

    Anyhow.. just wanted to mention "this" ....
    SO .. enjoy the thread.. and all the rest is water under the bridge by now

    P.S. .. Mr. Smith (as mentioned previously) is doing a heck of a good job... - excelent job actually :)
    He is not such a "qutter" as me i guess (who gave up after a while) :D

    But he is doing it a better, automated, .. more efficient way anyhow .. - He is "talking directly with the stream" ;-))))
     
  6. Mikey

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    No, I'm still against never ending threads. Maybe some of you think that JohnH should keep all his uplink reports in a thread that would go back years. I don't, and I guess he doesn't either.

    But, I stopped beating my head against that wall a long time ago. It's not worth the argument. The thread originator can choose whatever format he likes.
     
  7. Darkman

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    Come on!

    Who thinks that??? .. SURELY not me (re: JohnH's, digiblur's threads, etc)

    It's like comparing apples and oranges ..

    To me this is just common sense .. that's all

    This type of a thread is kinda "just a mention" (where new INFO happens often.. for TONs of multiple receivers..)

    Expecially the way Smith is doing it.. it's perfect..

    Here .. it's basically just a mention.. and then occasional discussion (like say your comments above)

    JohnH's threads though .. completely of different nature!
    They are Important threads .. that have more to do with programming itself (than the tech side of a receiver) .. and the programming (expecially new one) effects psychological side of people in a different nature all together .. that is why basically they have satellite to start with.. - programming..

    John's threads are totally different.. - scenario / concept in them, often .. "one mention by John.. and multiple pages of replies and discussion., based on that ONE Uplink activity report", where this type of a thread definatly, and MOST of the time is a completely different scenario / concept .. - it's most of the time basically .. "multiple mentions of "new software is now in the stream for XXYYZZ type of receiver(s) .. and then just an OCCASIONAL comment about it here and there" :)

    Take care.
     
  8. James Long

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    Guys, are you talking about yourselves and the thread or are you talking about software - "just a mention". Don't make me start killing posts ... :)

    :backtotop

    (No apologies needed, just get back to topic.)
     
  9. P Smith

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    I got the model name from AT&T papers; Dish have slightly different, but basically same - see the '1022' key.
    As to HD variant, AT&T turned back to 2WIRE and choose Dish ViP622 as HW base for their 'ViP622HZ' flagman. Check post#440.
    My vision that decision just added confidence in longer partnership with Dish and future steps to drop support DTV customers in newly 'annexed' territories :).
     
  10. BobaBird

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    M107 fits the version sequence of the std def AT&T HomeZone receiver, introduced last June, which has had M106 since March.
     
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    P Smith

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    Just found 61.5W tp19 is alive (before it spool only DUMMY SW):

    PID: 0859h, ID: V9TC, FW: M301, Model: AT&T 622HZ, 115 receivers.
     
  12. P Smith

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    After long vacation Dish coders, one new SW begin spooling:

    PID: 08B3h, ID: 12AC, FW: L346, Model: ViP211 70565979-74883661
    Mon Jul 09 23:37:43 2007
     
  13. P Smith

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    PID: 08B4h, ID: 1NKC, FW: L406, Model: ViP622 73174765-75230422
    Thu Jul 12 12:12:04 2007
    PID: 08AEh, ID: VDTC, FW: P416, Model: DP311 (~100 or so )
    PID: 08BDh, ID: VITC, FW: L407, Model: ViP622 (249 DVRs)
    PID: 08BEh, ID: VJTC, FW: L347, Model: ViP211 (153)
    Thu Jul 12 17:45:47 2007
     
  14. P Smith

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    PID: 08A4h, ID: 43EC, FW: P389, Model: DP811, 58109524-63704008
    Fri Jul 13 02:03:47 2007
     
  15. P Smith

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    PID: 0895h, ID: VHTC, FW: L418, Model: DVR522/DVR625 (small group 100/87)
    PID: 0896h, ID: VLTC, FW: L423, Model: DP322 (21+33)
    PID: 08B3h, ID: 15AC, FW: L345, Model: ViP211 (all - looks like revert from L3.46)
    PID: 08BEh, ID: VNTC, FW: L348, Model: ViP211 (153)
    Fri Jul 13 17:55:03 2007
     
  16. P Smith

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    PID: 08A2h, ID: 44EC, FW: P389, Model: DP811. (all)
    Tue Jul 17 23:20:26 2007
     
  17. dbconsultant

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    Any release notes on L407 for the 622's?
     
  18. Ron Barry

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    Nobody in the wild has reported 4.07. My guess is that L4.07 is not in the wild and at this point is internal only.
     
  19. dbconsultant

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    Thanks, Ron!
     
  20. Michael P

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    Still waiting for 921's L332 to be replaced!
     
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