Each time I set a series recording to record only one episode, FIOS DVR will retain one episode on the hard drive, however, each time another episode airs the DVR continually replaces the existing episode already recorded with the new episode. This method occupies at least one of the two tuners more frequently and if two recordings are happening at once, then I'm unable to change channels. Please add a feature that will accommodate my suggestion. Thanks.
I have called Verizon and spoken to many people that seem to have no idea what I'm referring to. On channels 30-48 there are channels that my surrounding local townships post information and show important notices. Who do I call to get my local (Wayne Township in NJ) feed on Verizon. The competing cable company carries this feed, so I know it's available.
I'm new to verizon was surprised to find I had to use an "old" email version to send a plain text email. The latest technology and upgrades are usually good things, but when it limits access to or excludes older technology, some still use, maybe a revisit is in order. I hope verizon will consider adding a plain text option to the "new" email, as it has with the "old."
I think that it would be great to have the on demand without commercials. I was watching a show and had to fast forward through 20 minutes of stupid commercials just to see the show again. I would watch on demand more if they didn't have all the commercials and just had the shows more.
When is Verizon Fios going to finally have this channel in its lineup like all the other service provider, I am seriously thinking about switching back to cablevision because I find Verizons international news channel options and there coverage very limited.
I need a real news channel - not one that sings the same song like CNN & BBC...
Sometimes I forget to record a favorite show, or have a last minute change of plans on a favorite tv night. If I know someone else with verizon who has recorded this show, it would be nice if they could share their DVR show with my DVR.