It is possible to re-order channels using a favorites list
I know and I used to do that, but it proved somewhat unreliable at 'sticking'.It is possible to re-order channels using a favorites list
Hm. I'll think about it ...Though I now use poweron_channel that only solves it for start up, not if you switch groups during "a session".
However, if you change group within the EPG, it does stick as long as you switch to another channel before exiting the EPG.
This has worked for me for well I'ver a year, so I think the problem was fixed.
This is supposed to be a general Freeview discussion, not a particular make and model. Not all Freeview receivers allow re-ordering.It is possible to re-order channels using a favorites list
With my HDR-2000T I waited until the first recording had completed before switching it on, and selected 'Later' when the message came up. I can't get the message back now. On My HDR-FOX T2 I just changed to a different multiples and the message comes back. On the HDR-2000T I even did a cold restart and the message still won't come back.I just got the retune now or later box on my HDR T2. Selecting later actually works this time, though that may be because I am currently watching a recording.
It was a correct result of the tuning.I've done the retune. I thought those 80+ channels were moving to 120+ (or thereabouts), but I ended up with many/most in both places.
I didn't notice until after I'd restored my favourites list (in the CFW), so I don't know if this has been caused by that or was a correct result of the tuning. (I've deleted all the 80+ ones anyway, but just curious as to what happened.)
Yes, you have to let it start to auto tune, then you can stop it and perform a manual tune.Minutes after I got the message, chose later did manual search. Do you think it will still want to do a retune?