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  Reply # 2033355 10-Jun-2018 20:39
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Wow - that was quick. Changed HDMI to view TiVo and Prime is back!!!

 

YAAAAAAYYYYYYY


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  Reply # 2033362 10-Jun-2018 20:50
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I've been away for the weekend and have just got back. I've just done a manual guide update and Prime is now good until Wednesday.

 

Here's the latest news sent to me from our No.1 NZ developer. 

 

"I’ve spent the last week tweaking and testing new headends (thats the section of configuration payload that defines channels - I’ve gone through 12 revisions to get to this stage) and have been pushing guide data for new channels into the main stream server for a while now (everything now just need to be linked up).
I’ve tested this far as I can and have just pushed the final updates live tonight. Its the first significant change of channel structure and data since the original stuff was done so am hoping I’ve nailed it otherwise we’ll have 900+ problems on our hands pretty quickly. I think it was worth taking some extra time over this to do everything possible to get it right.
Can you keep your ears to the ground across your channels for me? particularly because I can only test one of the 4 transponder configurations. Thanks for your help as always."

 

I believe there maybe a few guide glitches during this transition to the new headend. 





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  Reply # 2033504 11-Jun-2018 09:40
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My Guide data returned yesterday. All my channels now have data including Three Life. Thanks for all the hard work. Is there perhaps a paypal donate page somewhere where we can donate some funds to this mystery person?


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  Reply # 2033527 11-Jun-2018 10:25
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He's part of

 

Anonymous Anonymous emblem.svg

 

 

 

probably only uses Bitcoin...

 

 

 

Good on ya mate!


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  Reply # 2033763 11-Jun-2018 17:40
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Here are the latest OzTivo server statistics from 10/6/18 for our Series 3 modified Tivos. The small dip on the graph was when the statistics app died for a few days before it was noticed. Progress of additional Tivos connecting for guide updates is slow but steady now, as most have already had their's modified. I'm sure there are still a lot of machines out there that haven't been modified yet. I'm still meeting people that don't even know it's possible.

 

 *2218 units seen (+1 since yesterday), 1751 active in the last 7 days*
> AU 1039 TSN's seen (No change in 24hrs), 821 active (-0.1%) in the last 7 days
> NZ 1164 TSN's seen (No change in 24hrs), 929 active (-0.5%) in the last 7 days

 

 

 





Tivo upgrades to operate with the new OzTivo EPG, support and service. Over 280 performed here so far.


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  Reply # 2033982 11-Jun-2018 22:01
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Just a heads up guys. With the change to the new headend, please check that your season passes are still intact during this transition stage,  and upcoming recordings are showing in the ToDo list. There could be some issues there. You may need to recreate some. 





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  Reply # 2034068 12-Jun-2018 07:44
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Yes count me in to I would like to make a donation in appreciation of all the hard work done


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  Reply # 2036057 13-Jun-2018 17:12
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Glad to discover it’s not just me! Our TiVo time is 2hrs behind and I can access epg through selecting record by time or channel but not in search by title.
Crossing my fingers to get back in the maintream!

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  Reply # 2036143 13-Jun-2018 20:18
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Eggy: Glad to discover it’s not just me! Our TiVo time is 2hrs behind and I can access epg through selecting record by time or channel but not in search by title.
Crossing my fingers to get back in the maintream!

 

 

 

It sounds like you haven't had your Tivo upgraded to work with the new guide, and it's also not running the final official software that would have kept the date and time correct. I've sent you a personal message through Geekzone to advise you of options available to you.  





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  Reply # 2036218 13-Jun-2018 21:50
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I had it upgraded some months ago and it has been fine, seemed to lose the plot when we had a new router installed.

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  Reply # 2036256 13-Jun-2018 22:51
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Eggy: I had it upgraded some months ago and it has been fine, seemed to lose the plot when we had a new router installed.

 

It sounds like you no longer have an internet connection to it. Unless you do, you won't get an EPG, and your on-board clock will not have been corrected.

 

Go to the Messages and Settings Menu/Settings/Network.

 

You'll then see when your last successful network connection occurred. If it wasn't today or yesterday, you'll need to fix the problem, either by reconnecting the network cable or by reconnecting to your wireless network. Make sure the wifi adapter is connected if using that connection method. Everything you need is there at the network menu. 





Tivo upgrades to operate with the new OzTivo EPG, support and service. Over 280 performed here so far.


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  Reply # 2037720 14-Jun-2018 19:16
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My Tivo Has been running fine since the upgrade but started to play up the last few days.
I suspected the hard drive and had a spare so I replaced it .It now bootsup ,finds a network but fails at the next step and I get a N 17 error, which is apparently network related but has had no issues since being modded.
Any ideas?

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  Reply # 2037870 14-Jun-2018 20:39
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Brunzy: My Tivo Has been running fine since the upgrade but started to play up the last few days.
I suspected the hard drive and had a spare so I replaced it .It now bootsup ,finds a network but fails at the next step and I get a N 17 error, which is apparently network related but has had no issues since being modded.
Any ideas?

 

What processes in detail did you follow when you replaced the hard disk? If you cloned it, you shouldn't have needed to make any changes to network or other settings. What was happening when it "played up"? Are you using ethernet or wifi connections? Have you checked the network settings? If you used an image from another Tivo drive, you'll always need to do a full clear and delete and guided setup before putting it to use. Has your new Tivo drive been patched? When you go to System Information, the first line of information should be "Backdoors: ENABLED!" If not, the drive isn't running the OzTivo software. If not, it'll be trying to connect to old non-existent Hybrid server.





Tivo upgrades to operate with the new OzTivo EPG, support and service. Over 280 performed here so far.


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