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My DirecTV had a place to retrieve an accidentally deleted program. Sadly, I had no choice but to have U-verse where we were forced to move. So, does U-verse have that feature? My husband is computer inept, even though I asked him to just not use the delete button, but he accidentally deleted X-Factor.  I have a feeling that Uverse doesn't have that feature.  I know my uverse options pretty well, and I've never seen that anywhere.

 

Suggestions? Or am I just out of luck?

My DirecTV had a place to retrieve an accidentally deleted program. Sadly, I had no choice but to have U-verse where we were forced to move. So, does U-verse have that feature? My husband is computer inept, even though I asked him to just not use the delete button, but he accidentally deleted X-Factor.  I have a feeling that Uverse doesn't have that feature.  I know my uverse options pretty well, and I've never seen that anywhere.

 

Suggestions? Or am I just out of luck?

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No, that is not a feature of the U-verse DVR.  You can watch episodes of X-factor at the link below:

 

http://uverseonline.att.net/tv/show/the-x-factor

No, that is not a feature of the U-verse DVR.  You can watch episodes of X-factor at the link below:

 

http://uverseonline.att.net/tv/show/the-x-factor

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Edited by skeeterintexas on Nov 7, 2013 at 5:08:10 AM

Fate is on someone's side:

 

"As a result of a graphics error (incorrect voting numbers were displayed on screen) during the performance recap at the end of tonight's East Coast broadcast of THE X FACTOR, the Top 13 acts will perform their “Save Me” songs for America's re-vote, in a live, one-hour performance show airing tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 7"

 

X-Factor do over

 

 

Fate is on someone's side:

 

"As a result of a graphics error (incorrect voting numbers were displayed on screen) during the performance recap at the end of tonight's East Coast broadcast of THE X FACTOR, the Top 13 acts will perform their “Save Me” songs for America's re-vote, in a live, one-hour performance show airing tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 7"

 

X-Factor do over

 

 

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pjkinannpjkinann wrote:

My DirecTV had a place to retrieve an accidentally deleted program. Sadly, I had no choice but to have U-verse where we were forced to move. So, does U-verse have that feature? My husband is computer inept, even though I asked him to just not use the delete button, but he accidentally deleted X-Factor.  I have a feeling that Uverse doesn't have that feature.  I know my uverse options pretty well, and I've never seen that anywhere.

 

Suggestions? Or am I just out of luck?


Well, you got some great suggestions on how to watch the show, that you accidently erased.  That being said, I do wish that an undo or un-erase option would be added at some point.  This week, my wife accidently erased a show that she wanted to keep.  That feature would have came in handy.


pjkinannpjkinann wrote:

My DirecTV had a place to retrieve an accidentally deleted program. Sadly, I had no choice but to have U-verse where we were forced to move. So, does U-verse have that feature? My husband is computer inept, even though I asked him to just not use the delete button, but he accidentally deleted X-Factor.  I have a feeling that Uverse doesn't have that feature.  I know my uverse options pretty well, and I've never seen that anywhere.

 

Suggestions? Or am I just out of luck?


Well, you got some great suggestions on how to watch the show, that you accidently erased.  That being said, I do wish that an undo or un-erase option would be added at some point.  This week, my wife accidently erased a show that she wanted to keep.  That feature would have came in handy.

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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I saw this someplace else, but what would be nice is some sort of password thingy. Say there's a show that multiple people want to watch. You'd flag it for "mom" and "dad" or "son" and "dad" and then when one person would watch it, they'd enter their "I have seen this show" code. When both (or all) codes are entered, the show would be deleted.

 

Not ideal in all situations, of course, but I can see where this would be helpful.

I saw this someplace else, but what would be nice is some sort of password thingy. Say there's a show that multiple people want to watch. You'd flag it for "mom" and "dad" or "son" and "dad" and then when one person would watch it, they'd enter their "I have seen this show" code. When both (or all) codes are entered, the show would be deleted.

 

Not ideal in all situations, of course, but I can see where this would be helpful.

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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