I haven't seen a way to do that, either.
Hi James,James Long said:At the moment it cannot be done. It is on the list of "bugs" we'd like to see fixed in the S204 firmware thread (especially since under S203 it was at 3am not 1am).
I see, so if you cancel it it will automatically update an hour later. I found on my 622 and 722k that I was changing it all the time, usually because there would be a recording scheduled for the time it was set for. I never knew if the update would interrupt a recording that was in progress or wait until it was finished, so I'd check my timers every night and adjust the update accordingly. Like I said, I'm retired and have way too much time on my hands. That being said, I can't figure out how I ever made time to work for a living. :lol:James Long said:Under S203 the reboot was at 3am (which is the default until changed by the user on the other DISH receivers). Under S204 the reboot is at 1am ... if stopped or a conflict 2am ... if stopped or a conflict 3am ...
It needs to at least go back to 3am local time ... and preferably be at a time set by the user (I set 4:05am on my 622 and 7:00am on my 211).
I see,(about the 622). Geez, I could have saved myself a lot of work had I asked this a few years ago.James Long said:On the 622 if you schedule a conflicting recording the update will delay itself until the end of the recording. If you manually stop the update it will not reattempt until the next night.
I like the fact that the Hopper will reattempt a stopped update ... but it needs to start at 3am and preferably allow for a user configured time.
Timer recordings are fine, but where I have been caught ... especially at 1am ... is when I'm watching live TV, hit pause, leave the room and miss the on screen warning.Snydley said:I agree with you about the Hopper, it would be nice to be able to adjust the time, but as long as I can cancel the update, if I'm watching it, I can live with that, as long as it will also delay itself if there's a recording in progress.