Warning! Do not update your Mi Box S to Latest Android 9 release

Help and support for HDHomeRun DVR and HDHomeRun software for Windows 10, Mac, Android, XBox, etc.
elabra
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Re: Warning! Do not update your Mi Box S to Latest Android 9 release

Post by elabra » Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:56 pm

jburkholder wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 12:27 pm
Yes, I rebooted it. I also cleared the android app cache and private data.
Worth a try..... at this point I would say turn on send diagnostic information from the app's settings menu on the upper right corner, also turn check the Send diagnostic data on the tuner's "systems Status" tab from my.hdhomerun.com just in case they need that too and provide the tuner device ID so SD can take a look at it and see if they catch anything.

Duplicate the problem after you have done that by tuning into a problem channel and leaving it on for 15-30 minutes.

They were able to see the problem from my setup that way and quickly fixed it. Good luck

elabra
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Re: Warning! Do not update your Mi Box S to Latest Android 9 release

Post by elabra » Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:58 pm

foxbat121 wrote:
Sat Mar 21, 2020 1:52 pm
Comcast mostly use its own flavor of H.264/AVC for HD channels. So that's a different problem than the issue of MPEG2 decoder problem of this thread. Comcast's H.264 are known to cause problems the a lot of decoders.
Could be but I also have the same environment as he does with Comcast and mine works fine. (I'm in Atlanta market but I don't think Comcast would use different methods in different markets) but who knows.

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