Advanced Search Options


We have advanced search options to make it easier to locate posts, questions and answers on this community.
More information can be found at Advanced Search Options
If you are looking for something specific, please check if someone else has already asked or answered the same question.
Before posting a new question, please check out our Internet / WiFi and Spectrum TV App troubleshooting pages for common issues, as well as useful information to include in your post.

Why would Spectrum provide a "World" DVR on it's network if you can't access it remotely?

UpstateNYGuyUpstateNYGuy Posts: 1
edited May 13 in TV Equipment May 09, 2021

I must have been provided a "World" - no clock - DVR from Spectrum. Had I known that it cannot be access remotely I would not have accepted it. I like to program and review my programming remotely and I can no longer do this with the "World" DVR. I feel deceived since I was not told about this beforehand. The KITA is that I'm being charged the same monthly fee as a remotely accessible one! What's going on?

Replies

  • jkfjkf Posts: 4 ✭✭
    May 09, 2021

    The "clock" DVRs have a better interface, IMHO. The on-demand listings are clearly itemized in order by season and episode. The guide is much cleaner looking and less jumbled. Unfortunately, I have been told the World interface will eventually be downloaded to these DVRs.

This discussion has been closed.