How about providing instructions for setting up a wireless network for those subscribers using a Mac instead of a PC? In-Home Agent is not an option for me. The Mac version of the In-Home Agent will NOT install on my Macbook pro. I have tried countless times with no luck...
You should be able to just copy and paste unwanted email senders and domains to a block email list folder. once you do that the email from those listed would go to your trash folder, where you could then either look at it or delete it. you shouldn't have to manually type in everything into the settings page. The settings feature would stay the same otherwise being able to specify words and subject as it is now. You just need to ad the block email folder feature.
I live in Elk Grove, CA and I have Frontier my download is 6 to 7 and my upload is .6! not even 1! I know verizon would make alot of money comming to this area because everyone is sick of this internet. Just wanted to put this out if they ever read it. To come down to Elk Grove to sell there internet services.
Verizon's On Demand free movies don't provide the captioning movies for deaf and hard of hearing customers. Please fix ASAP. We pay for the TV service so we have right to have equal accessiblity as hearing people. .
I love Verizon Fios except for one little BIG THING:
THE PARENTAL CONTROL CHOICES ARE NOT RELIABLE AT ALL; you cannot block certain programs by title if you would like you children not to watch them. Your choices are:
To block the whole channel or;
To block the whole TV at the specific time.
This has been a big MINUS to the service. Other them that it is all perfect! You guys should work on that quickly, I am sure I am not the only one parent with the same concern. I have even heard about people that went back to Comcast because of that.
I've just switched from Comcast a few weeks ago, and have discovered that YouTube, and apparently most things Google, is almost completely useless due to extended buffering times. This is a real problem for me and my family because we play musical instruments and use YouTube almost daily for practice and learning new songs.
I talked to a support person and searched the internet for solutions, but there doesn't seem to be a clear reason why this happens. While the support guy was very helpful, he was unable to assist me in this particular matter and basically hinted that the problem was with Google not Verizon. That's ridiculous. Two weeks ago with Comcast, YouTube was just fine and it's just fine when I connect to it from my office. After much browsing, I have discoverd that changing your router's DNS servers to avoid the default Verizon server IP's fixes this issue...it's DEFINITELY a Verizon issue that might even cause me to switch back to Comcast because of the poor service and excuses for the cause.
So, until Verizon fixes whatever it is they have going on wih Google; if you can't beat them, join them. Change your router default DNS servers to use Google's DNS servers (220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168) instead of Verizon. I LOVE FIOS Internet speeds, but getting to YouTube quickly and then not being able to actually see the content is a litle useless.With this DNS hack in place, YouTube works like a champ.
It would be nice if someone can be notified of watever mail/bill outstanding, via maybe a flashing star on the TV, this kan be specially designed for customers of a certain age (maybe) since a lot of people may look at the TV more than be in their eamil.
I'm trying to use the website ESPN3.com to watch sports and on some links I cant watch it because it saids that next to certain links that "This program is only available only to customers of cable providers that allow WATCH ESPN"...so why doesnt a big company like VERIZON not have this...when other companies like DISH and COX have it???
It would be nice if there was an option to go directly to the last recording one was watching, rather than having to scroll through the list of recordings. The Last button on the remote is fine when switching back and forth between a recording and a DVR'd show, but often hours and channel changes will pass before getting back to watching a recording. Since the function already exists in VOD it seems it should be easy enough to implement for DVR playback. Thanks!
I know fios stop branching do to money issues, but I have and idea that instead of drilling holes and putting cords in. Why don't we take a hard to cut rod and put the fibers that make fios into rod. Then we take rods and put them in sewer lines so we don't have to dig up ground. The problem is that we need the rods to go in houses, so we have to dig a spot to but a box that will distribute cords to houses. If this idea works and fios can start branching to new places please come in North Carolina greensboro.
I represent an Italian club in Staten Island and we have a suggestion for FIOS.
The club consists in 278 members and 188 members have FIOS in their home. Unfortunately all 188 members including myself are thinking to switch to Time Warren cable because they have an additional Italian station called Media set. This is the reason why we want to switch because FIOS does not have the Media set channel.
The suggestion is why don't you add Media set?? If not you will probably lose 188 customer.