10-22-2011 04:57:56 PM
Is it possible to display pictures on my Uverse TV from my PC using the My Enabled Device setup on channel 9301? If YES, please advise instructions for download, installation, and operation of appropriate sofware. If NO, please advise how to display features in any other manner (e.g., Flikr account ).
10-22-2011 07:31:02 PM
"Ren: Now listen, Cadet. I've got a job for you. See this button? Don't touch it! It's the History Eraser button, you fool!
Stimpy: So what'll happen?
Ren: That's just it. We don't know. Maybe something bad, maybe something good. I guess we'll never know, 'cause you're going to guard it. You won't touch it, will you?"
10-24-2011 08:20:12 AM
No. 9301 is only for using android iPhone devices to control. You can go to channel 91, or Interactive & Photoes/Media.
Well - CH 9301 is designed to connect networked devices on the system to the STB. An app needs to be created to connect the device to the STB so the app can talk to the STB. Although there is not any PC/MAC apps that do this, I don't see a roadbloack that could allow it.
10-24-2011 09:35:18 AM - edited 10-24-2011 09:41:41 AM
Has there been "official" word from AT&T on how to use 9301, and what it is supposed to do? Maybe I missed it, but I haven't seen anything about the capabilities, current or future, or installation/devices supported. So IMHO, it's a little premature to disparage this, if it's just out almost in Beta-form, or is just "there" on the guide/system.
OK, so I missed it.
Just wondering ... in my IPTV research, Bell Fibe in Toronto already has a Facebook application on their STBs (they use the Mediaroom platform like Uverse), and explicitly say using it counts against your monthly internet usage. Their TV, though, MUST have a Bell internet service attached, but I can just see what'll happen if AT&T decides to do something similar with all of you using 9301. Can already hear the cap-squealers' moaning and groaning right now.
10-24-2011 09:51:37 AM
U-verse Internet data caps are currently not being enforced; however, the following is from the link below:
Does using my U-verse Enabled application count towards my U-verse High Speed Internet data plan?
If your U-verse Enabled application accesses content from the Internet or communicates over the Internet, the data transmitted will count towards your data plan. For example, sending messages to or receiving messages from social media Web sites or watching video content from an Internet site (on your device or TV) with a U-verse Enabled application generally will count towards your data plan. In contrast, U-verse Enabled application functions that do not access Internet content or communicate over the Internet, such as U-verse TV remote control commands, do not count towards your data plan.