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  #1176125 14-Nov-2014 22:09
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scuwp: It's been a while, but my understanding has always been that unless you had the HNP, each TiVo was effectively a stand alone device.  I have 2, and don't have the HNP, and there is no way that one device can see or play content from the other.  As the HNP is no longer available you are out of luck.

I am pretty sure we (NZ) only have the series 1 devices, so the above link doesn't apply.   

We have the series 3

I stand corrected. Same applies however AFAIK

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  #1176129 14-Nov-2014 22:13
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You would think the tivo NZ website would have this info in the FAQ's.


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  #1176139 14-Nov-2014 22:34
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As good as they were, the end-of-life in NZ is imminent. I doubt there will be much investment beyond basic maintenance until they can pull the plug without any CGA blowback

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  #1176159 15-Nov-2014 01:28
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Such a shame tivo died in nz. What's the next best thing? And don't say sky because I'll never pay their exorbitant and fleecing prices for a sub par service.

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  #1176181 15-Nov-2014 07:34
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IF they arent willing to sell the HNP anymore they should just enable it globally on the NZ mytivo website would save them any support hassles.

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