01-08-2012 10:27 AM
I don't know the answer, but is it a problem or simply an annoyance? Since the old receiver is gone, I assume your Ipad connects to the new receiver OK. I have a similiar situation on my laptop with an old tethering add on my Droid. I have deleted the old app from my Droid, but it keeps showing up when my laptop searches for WIFI signals. It's not a problem, just an annoyance.
01-08-2012 12:56 PM
Can you tell me how you added your receiver? My app is not able to find it.
Adding Uverse receivers to the iPad app is easy enough but I need to delete an old receiver no longer in my home. Any suggestions?
01-09-2012 9:08 AM
Did you turn to channel 9301?
Yes, that didn't help. I learned on another thread that the iPad needs to be on the 2WIRE wifi network that comes with the AT&T modem. I have a separate wifi router/network, so I doubt I'll be able to connect to my recvr.
11-26-2012 6:22 PM
12-07-2012 12:57 PM
11-16-2013 11:14 AM
There isn't a manage receivers option.
I added my bedroom receiver, but it interferes with my remote control. I also want to manage my DVR, so I need to be signed in.
But after searching high and low, I can't find out how to remove the receiver. I've already tried deleting the app.
It's easy to ADD a receiver but there's NOTHING in the app to allow you to REMOVE the receiver.
11-16-2013 11:58 AM - edited 11-16-2013 4:04 PM
Dee_Indy - Not sure how the app could interfere with the remote.
I agree, I do not see a way to remove a receiver. But, it can only connect to one at a time. I think I have also seen - connected to none. I have three receivers. If you add another you can move the connection to it, instead of the one you want to remove. Maybe try taking the ipad out of range & it will not reconnect without your participation.
Also, I have seen trying to delete & reinstall the app does not start from scratch. Try this - delete the ipad app. Go to the app store & search for the u-verse app. At the top of the screen showing the selections change the button from ipad to iphone. Load the u-verse for iphone app & do not link to the receiver.
How about coming at it from the other end - the TV. That too, does not let you remove devices, but you can disconnect whats there by custom or disconnect. I did not do it because I do not want to upset my system.
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