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Recording Uverse remotely

How do I watch Uverse from my work computer and how can I record tv shows.  I use to be able to do this and now I don't know how

 

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‎11-12-2017 1:57 PM

Re: Recording Uverse remotely

U-verse can only be if you have any of the following devices:

  • iPhone/iPad/iTouch (iOS 9.3 and above)
  • Apple Watch
  • Android smartphones and tablets (OS 4.1 and above)
  • Android Wearables (Android Wear OS)
  • Amazon Fire TV devices

Computer access was discontinued on 11/1/2017.

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Re: Recording Uverse remotely

Investigate Slingbox.   With its IR blaster (similar to your TV remote) you can control and view your dvr or wireless receiver through an internet connection.

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Re: Recording Uverse remotely

@aemillington Thank you for reaching out to us. To be able to set recordings or watch UVerse on the go. You will need to download the UVerse App from the app store on your mobile device.


Thank you,


DylanK Community Specialist


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Re: Recording Uverse remotely

But not everyone has an iOS or Android device.  Some people have Windows devices.  And almost everyone has a Windows computer.

 

So is AT&T going to release a Windows app, too?  Or else why is AT&T ignoring 95% of the market?

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