"FiOS DVR" Transcript

 FiOS DVR

With FiOS DVR service you can record shows whether you’re home or away and watch them at another time. To record a show that’s currently playing, press the Record button on your remote. The show will be recorded from the point you started watching.

Want to record a show airing in the future? Just press the Guide button to display TV listings. Then use the arrows to scroll up and down to view the channel and scroll right to show future times. When you find your show, press the Record button. The green checkmark lets you know your recording was successfully scheduled.

To record an entire series, press Record a second time. A menu pops up to select series options or to Cancel the recording. To watch a show you’ve recorded, press the DVR button to launch the menu. Use the arrow buttons to scroll to View Recordings and then to the show you want to watch. Press OK. Play/Pause lets you play and pause both recorded and live programming.

Previous lets you jump back 30 seconds on a recording. Next moves you forward 30 seconds. To rewind recorded programs, press the Rewind button. To fast-forward recorded or delayed programs press Forward. Press Play to return to normal viewing.

With multi-room DVR service, you have the added convenience of watching your recorded shows on multiple TVs in your home.

For more information about your FiOS DVR service, go to frontier.com/fioshelp.

Still need help? Call 1.877.600.1511 or Live Chat

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