November 08, 2011

TiVo 15.2 update rollout details

MediaBoy's blog has the details of which region's getting the update when. Three areas kick off on November 17th (Basildon, Grimsby and Nottigham) then the rest follow from the 21st. Full details at http://mediaboyblog.blogspot.com/

14 comments:

hansol2005 said...

Sheffield is not on that list. Any idea when it's coming to Sheffield

martine93 said...

There is 50+ regional headends
and Sheffield is under the barnsley headend

manu76 said...

I take it Bolton will come under the Manchester banner then?

Buzby said...

All of Glasgow, Paisley & Renfrew are fed from the Renfrew headend, which isn't mentioned - so there's no consistency!

martine93 said...

Buzby:

I am from Paisley.

100% agree and the Glasgow Headend is actually called the Renfrew Headend !

kenneth said...

so my update will be on the 24th as my
headends this in Seven Kings .

martine93 said...

It looks like the update has come earlier than expected.
http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/TiVo/TiVo-update-dates/m-p/841825/message-uid/841825/highlight/true#U841825

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openviews said...

Starting from the 15th November anything recorded from the Sky owned channels (eg, Movies, Sports, Sky 1) onto a V+ or TIVO will not be available to view if you decide to take these channels off afterwards.

whoareyou said...

Had mine updated yesterday in Epsom, Surrey

HD Boy said...
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Manster62 said...

@openviews - where did you get the information? I always have Sky Movies for a month over Christmas - will be a real pain if this means I can't watch any films I record once I cancel the Movies after a month. :(

nick said...

Had a message on our TiVo's this morning to say the update will take place around 2am between the 17th and 24th November.

With regards to not being able to watch recordings from channels you are no longer subscribed to, I thought this was always the case?

Nialli said...

It's always been the case on Sky but VM customers apparently could watch after cancelling the movies or sports - I don't think the Virgin tech could do it before but can now.