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post #4201 of 4208
Gotta a question I have the U450, is there a way I can watch my DVR'd shows at work on my computer?? I thought there was, TLC, Discovery, AMC, A&E, Comedy Central. Those are some of the channels I watch.
post #4202 of 4208
I don't think you can but some channels are available anywhere on their live TV website: http://uverseonline.att.net/live

Just sign into your account and you can stream certain channels onto your tablet or laptop or work computer. Comes in handy for sports, BBC America, and some other popular networks. They continually add more channels but some are limited to streaming only in your home. Check it out.
post #4203 of 4208
Omg this wireless att box has my picture so dark and its frustrating trying to calibrate my tv correct with the crushed blacks!!! Anybody knw of a fix to this? Its like Uverse uses PC level colors and I'm trying to calibrate my tv and the black levels are extremely crushed. And I have a Samsung tv with normal and low black levels and when put to normal the picture is washed out but on low it looks deep and rich but the blacks are just too much and gives too dark of an image
post #4204 of 4208
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Originally Posted by macmane View Post

Omg this wireless att box has my picture so dark and its frustrating trying to calibrate my tv correct with the crushed blacks!!! Anybody knw of a fix to this? Its like Uverse uses PC level colors and I'm trying to calibrate my tv and the black levels are extremely crushed. And I have a Samsung tv with normal and low black levels and when put to normal the picture is washed out but on low it looks deep and rich but the blacks are just too much and gives too dark of an image

What are your picture settings? Stay away from Dynamic and Natural picture modes on Samsungs. I have the Samsung F8000 and my Dynamic and Natural modes destroy shadow detail.
post #4205 of 4208
Well, after shopping around for a better deal, I decided to keep U-Verse for another year since they gave me an offer I couldn't refuse. The internet speeds Comcast offers were pretty tempting, but the lack of ability for their "new" DVR to record in any room (we have 4 HDTVs) was the major deal breaker.
post #4206 of 4208
While flipping between an On Demand show and live TV, I unintentionally came across the "recent channels" pop up on the right side of the screen, listing the last ~5 channels I've watched. This is a feature I didn't know was there, and frankly something I missed since switching from DirecTV. Is there a way to access that list while flipping around on live TV?
post #4207 of 4208
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Originally Posted by oktoberrust11 View Post

While flipping between an On Demand show and live TV, I unintentionally came across the "recent channels" pop up on the right side of the screen, listing the last ~5 channels I've watched. This is a feature I didn't know was there, and frankly something I missed since switching from DirecTV. Is there a way to access that list while flipping around on live TV?


Is it possible the Enter/Zoom button does this? Mine doesn't but I may be on an earlier version of the Uverse code. I'd like to have that feature too.

Jim
post #4208 of 4208
Grandmother Says AT&T Cable Box Hacked, Saying Lewd Things

Something humorous for Friday: biggrin.gif

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Grandmother-Says-ATT-Cable-Box-Hacked-Saying-Lewd-Things-128328
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