11-09-2013 6:27 AM
After numerous issues with our DVR, ATT sent another DVR receiver (4th in 5 years). This one is the Motorola VIP2250. We have over 60 hour of recordings on the old DVR that we really don't want to lose.
The old unit still works (some of the time, numerous resets required). Is there any way to save or transfer the old unit content to the new DVR?
This is a once a year scenario with DVRs. I think I'm ready to leave ATT and seek other options if we cant save our recorded content.
11-09-2013 6:35 AM
No, you will lose all recordings.
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11-09-2013 8:12 AM
11-09-2013 9:51 AM
It has been awhile since I have seen any posts on this but there is a third party device that you can use to record your recordings on DVD or Vhs. That will enable to bypass the DRM restrictions.
05-01-2014 5:14 PM
I have a Sony DVD/VHS Player Recorder.. Can I use this to Record My Dvr Recordings I have on the unit.. And How Do I Do IT????????
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