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TiVo Central TiVo Series menu path
TiVo Premiere Settings & Messages > Settings > Network > Connect to TiVo service now
Series 3 and earlier Settings & Messaging > Settings > Network & Phone > Connect to TiVo service now
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On a TiVo BOLT go to the TiVo Central screen and select “Settings & Messages,” then “Network Settings,” then “TiVo Service Connection”. ” On a TiVo Roamio/Mini, go to the TiVo Central screen and select “Settings & Messages, then Settings, then Network, then Connect to the TiVo Service Now. ‘
Turn your TiVo device, modem, and router off and on. Disconnect your modem and router, wait 10 seconds and reconnect them. A full reboot can take 30 to 60 seconds. Unplug your TiVo device’s power cord for 20 seconds, then plug it back in.
Make sure the coaxial cable is firmly plugged into the CABLE connector (not the ANTENNA connector) on the back of the DVR. Make sure all connections on the cables between the DVR and the TV are secure. Press Live TV and search for a cable signal. If you don’t see a TV signal, press the TiVo button and continue.
The TiVo Service will automatically download software updates to your TiVo device as they become available. After the download, the device must be restarted in order to install the software. The restart is usually scheduled for the middle of the night so as not to interrupt scheduled recordings or live TV viewing.
Plug an Ethernet cable from the TiVo box into an Ethernet port on your router or wall. From the TiVo menus, select the Ethernet option: When you first set up your TiVo box, your TiVo box should automatically connect via Ethernet if you have an Ethernet cable properly plugged in.
Plug the USB WiFi device into the USB port on the back of your TiVo. Using your Tivo remote, go to Messages & Setup, then Settings, then Phone & network setup. Select Edit phone or network settings, then Wireless settings, and then Continue to the next step. You will see a list of available networks.
Reboot or power cycle your host DVR, TiVo Mini, and network devices (modem, router, MoCA adapter) and ensure all network connections are secure. 4. Leave the TiVo Mini unplugged while the host DVR and network reboot.
A red light means the remote control is in IR mode. In IR mode, you’re not paired to a specific receiver, so you’ll need to make sure you’re pointing it directly at your TiVo box every time you press a button.
A “No Signal” message means that the TV or monitor is not receiving an input signal from the currently selected source.
Check the cable connections between the TV and your video device or receiver. Change the channel or try a different input device or movie. The received signal may be weak. If your TV uses a cable or satellite box, you may need to contact your service provider for further assistance in improving the signal strength.
One of the most common reasons TVs can’t find channels is a problem with their cable boxes. Rebooting your cable box could rid it of glitches that are preventing it from working as it should.