Did you add the DVR as a DVR and a cable box? I had to do this to get the dvr features on the remote to work with my Fios Motorola QIP7232ktklein72 wrote:I chatted with support after having the same exact results. They said a major firmware update is coming next month that should resolve both Dolby 7.1 and .MKV playback issues users are experiencing. I installed an older version of GTV Box Player and was able to get all MP4 and AVI files I tried to play playing successfully. A few MKV files played w/o audio and the rest failed at the onset.
All of my video files are stored on a USB HDD attached to my PogoPlug Cl;assic, so at least DLNA/uPnP is working as expected.
I have been unsuccessful getting the GoogleTV Remote App 1.0 (dated Dec 2010) working. It pairs and works well for a while then the CATV Channel Guide starts scrolling uncontrolably and then the app fails to respond after that. I tried it on both my Motorola Droid X2 and my HP TouchPad with exactly the same results. Vizio claims they never tested that app, so I have emailed Google.
My biggest issue that I am hoping the next firmware update fixes is I lose Audio/Video sometimes and then the only way to recover is to powercycle my A/V Receiver (Denon AVR-2310CI) which is a Dolby 7.1 device.
I'm on Comcast Xfinity using the Cisco RNG200 Set top box & dvr and sadly their remote will neither access the DVR or the OnDemand menus - I opend a case with them today. I am on the latest 2.X firmware - I installed it when I set up the Co-Star.
Can you post the profile you created?long2know wrote:All of my videos are MKV w/ AC3 audio. Since I use Serviio for DLNA streaming, I just made a profile for the Costar so that all MKV files have their audio transcoded to MP3. It's a work-around, but at least makes the Costar useful to me now..