The guide will be taken care of by the Tivo service. You will no longer have that separate line item bill from Spectrum.
The Tivo monthly service fee or the lifetime fee (whichever you chose) covers the guide. I made the switch to Tivo 2 months ago and now wish I would have done it 20 years ago.
How do I access my market? I went to the twc/spectrum app for southern California and it has 3 categories for channel guide - Starter, Standard, and Preferred. No listings for this digital tier. I checked the website too with my 92708 zip.
The terms you cite are for legacy TWC lineups. Spectrum doesn't use those terms. Don't use the app. Visit the website for your market with a desktop version of a browser (i.e. - not your phone), punch in your zipcode and go to support for channel lineups / packages. How you get there, too also varies by market. Some markets have a PDF. Other markets have a table in a browser.
I got this code after i unplugged the unit to restart it and then the IA01 error would show up everytime I would restart it. I took the DVR in and exchange it thinking that this was a fatal error in the software and there must be a corrupt file or something. Pluged in the exchanged unit and still got IA01 error. Talked to the online chat help and they asked me to do several things including removing any spllitters I had. Well there are two co-axle cables that come in the house from one splitter and one is for the internet modem and the other goes to the DVR. After switching the locations on the splitter I saw no effect and while chatting with the techs was reading forums. So they had setup an onsite visit to try to resolve the issue an d I decided to plug the DVR into the co-axle cable for the modem that was working just fine and what do you know there app fully loaded. So I went and traced the other co-axle cable back and didn't fine anything wrong with it but wiggled it around and moved it to see if I had kinked or damaged it somewhere. Plugged the DVR back in to the origonal co-axle cable and it started working again. So what I beleive error IA01 is address code that we see in PLCs and it stands for Analog Input #01 and that is for the co-axle cable input.
Check and see if there is a seperate modem wired to a Rukus style hotspot and that both devices are powered up. The rukus uses a power over ethernet adapter on the cat 5 cable. since it's a seperate IP address, it doesn't affect anything on the business service.
Signal levels look good but there's too many correctables/ uncorrectables since modem reset a couple hours ago... Something is corroded or loose or there's an open splitter por t or the outside line is intermittently bad.
Wow! I put them into my Amazon cart!
Tomorrow I will call Spectrum and ask if I can switch out this Ubee for the Arris Modem (I don't know if they do that). If not, I will buy both and try out th Netgear with the Arris and see how it goes.
Networks in general are beyond my comprehension and reading the Ubee manual was like reading another language! I did have an Apple modem and that worked well for me until it died!
Thank you again for your very informative posts.
Well, low and behold... I turned on the TV this evening and my issue has been resolved. I'm now receiving Showtime content on channel 551. Big thanks to whomever resolved this issue. You are my hero for the day!
SOLVED - This is/was a Windows Creator vs Spectrum problem. I deleted and reinstalled flash fow all browsers and it now works. I had already allowed flash when needed, but it wasn't working. With the re-installation, it does.