Because with no release notes other than "Under the hood" everyone can hope that the particular issue they have is fixed.peds48 said:I never understood why the fanfare when a new release rolls out since we never get to know what has been fixed, unless of course is one where a new feature is included. I don't mean this in a bad way, just wondering
I don't know, it really does seem that it's gotten slower, at least compared to when I got mine.peds48 said:now that is being naive or expecting the impossible.
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I wasn't saying otherwise, I was saying that expecting the genie to be fast at any point is just wishfull thinking.dpeters11 said:I don't know, it really does seem that it's gotten slower, at least compared to when I got mine.
But then when I got it from Solid Signal it was on the old UI.
Pressing the dash button on your DIRECTV remote will bring up a small window that will display basic receiver information (internet connection status).cypherx said:I dont know... the newest NR now has a nice little "Connected" notification in the main menu. Good to see at a glance if it is actually connected.
It also seemed to correct prime time A/V stuttering on our HR44-500. Haven't noticed much of a performance hit. Though when it first downloaded, there was a 771 error. A reboot cured that.