Updating att tilt
Cisco Systems, another maker of U-verse TV receivers, recently sold its CPE division to Technicolor.
AT&T has been dropping hints about its video future.
My biggest problem with the Tilt right now is, the proxy settings dont seem to stick. Other then that I find the eye candy, useful applications (as opposed to junk from ATT) offered by these ROMs combined with their frugal use of memory quite appealing.
Someone mentioned they speed up the device considerably. I am assuming that you look for a ROM that works with your radio, and work backwards.
lol I get an error saying to check my data settings because it can't connect.
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However, our first priority is to listen to our customers and meet their needs, and if we determine a customer will be better served with the U-verse product, we offer attractive and compelling options." Of late, AT&T has been placing a bigger emphasis on the lower-cost Direc TV platform. Arris is among the vendors that have been feeling the brunt of shifting video strategies at some of its largest telco customers, including AT&T and Verizon Communications.
Arris, which recently expanded its global set-top market share lead after acquiring Pace plc, is scheduled to report Q4 2015 results on Wednesday (February 17).
But is a latter version of a Radio ROM always better? I have not found any info where it says what will and WILL NOT work for a specific instrument, in my case a Tilt. JKO Originally Posted by jack_b_uta Allright I just got a Tilt that's locked to ATT and I am loving it.
But is a latter version of a Radio ROM always better? I have not found any info where it says what will and WILL NOT work for a specific instrument, in my case a Tilt. JKO I'd follow the above suggestion to hit the Tilt wiki..just as a freebie, I'll take these two questions. You should really try every radio version that works with the ROM you are using. They all have different absorbtion rates and this affects signal quality/strength and battery drain. And since flashing the radio doesn't wipe all of your programs..doesn't hurt to swap it every couple of days while you experiment.