02-12-2013 11:21 AM
All answers to the question about how to skip channels one does not want to see while flipping around always lead to "set up favorites" as an answer
In the mind-boggling and pretty close to useless set-up menus, I see no way to use favorites except on the channel guide itself. Can someone have the mercy to articulate for me what steps to take to utilize a favorites block as a means to control channel selection while moving about and not just on the programming grid?
02-13-2013 03:58 PM
02-13-2013 04:13 PM
For using the up and down arrows to only see the channels you want, you need to press the right arrow key on your remote. the tv genres and filters help screen will appear. hit ok. the filter screen will now appear. select the channels you want to view. for instance, you can pick to view on HD channels or only subscribed channels. After you select, these are the channels that will appear when you use the up and down channel buttons.
I don't think it's this hard or limiting. If you have the guide set to show your favorites (1 or 2) rather than all channels, then using the channel up or down button will only go to favorite channels. You can always go to a channel that is not in the favorites list by entering the channel number using the number key pad.
02-14-2013 03:47 AM
02-14-2013 09:16 AM - edited 02-14-2013 09:18 AM
MiMeQu, when the guide is set to Favorite 1, I also flip through the Favorite 1 channels. To make this happen, all you have to do is go to Menu > Settings > Favorites > Flip by Favorites and select Favorites 1 (or All, which is what you must have set, or Favorites 2). This is the setting that controls what channels are flipped through when using the channel up or down button.
01-19-2019 09:57 AM
This answer should be easier to find since manuals no longer exist. Menu>settings>favorites>flip by favorites 1 or 2 or all. Had to go back 10 years for the answer? Really?
01-19-2019 01:45 PM
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