BT Software update 32.35.0 / 3.6.128

SarahSarah Posts: 1,348Administrator admin
edited 23 September 2019, 3:14PM in Announcements
Hi all,

Please use this thread to discuss the most recent BT software update 32.35.0 / 3.6.128 for T2100, T2200 & T4000 devices.

This release contains the Jump to Time feature and the ability to now delete your search history. This includes a fix for the scheduled recordings not appearing in the Scheduled Recordings section of MyTV. 

Thanks,
Sarah
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  • jimbjimb Posts: 1,138Member ✭✭✭
    Is there an update page for this?
  • SarahSarah Posts: 1,348Administrator admin
    @jimb The link should now be on the post now :) 
    Thanks,
    Sarah

  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    On Twitter it links to the 07 Aug announcement for the T2000 !
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    Having spent an age on BSB & MotoGP yesterday fast forwarding, this is welcome - albeit a tad late for this season !

  • SarahSarah Posts: 1,348Administrator admin
    Newfy said:
    On Twitter it links to the 07 Aug announcement for the T2000 !
    Hi @Newfy
    We don't run the youviewupdate twitter account so we can't change that unfortunately. The one from our official twitter account (@youviewsupport) has the right link on it :) 
    Thanks,
    Sarah
  • jimbjimb Posts: 1,138Member ✭✭✭
    Newfy said:
    On Twitter it links to the 07 Aug announcement for the T2000 !
    Suggest you read those twitter posts more carefully.
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    @jimb - from the YVU Twitter post I quoted

    2/2 For information about the Jump to Time feature see: https://support.youview.com/youview-box/software-updates/humax-retail-software-update-32-32-10-3-6-120/ This latest BT update also includes the ability to delete your search history.


  • braysoj1braysoj1 Posts: 4Member
    edited 23 September 2019, 3:30PM
    Was beta testing and it has now broke my box can not update get this 
  • braysoj1braysoj1 Posts: 4Member

  • SarahSarah Posts: 1,348Administrator admin
    Hi @braysoj1
    Do you mean that you're a part of YouView trials? Have you managed to complete the set up process and try to update then?
    Thanks,
    Sarah
  • jimbjimb Posts: 1,138Member ✭✭✭
    Newfy said:
    @jimb - from the YVU Twitter post I quoted

    2/2 For information about the Jump to Time feature see: https://support.youview.com/youview-box/software-updates/humax-retail-software-update-32-32-10-3-6-120/ This latest BT update also includes the ability to delete your search history.


    "For information about the Jump to Time feature see..."
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    sigh - yes indeed, but it was the second tweet of 2 consecutive about the latest upgrade - so not expecting it to only refer to that feature.

    Thank you so much for your critique ...
  • jimbjimb Posts: 1,138Member ✭✭✭
    Newfy said:
    sigh - yes indeed, but it was the second tweet of 2 consecutive about the latest upgrade - so not expecting it to only refer to that feature.

    Thank you so much for your critique ...
    Sorry to have been pedantic, I agree it was rather confusing  :)
  • zulu17zulu17 Posts: 953Member ✭✭
    Another small detail - it is described as a BT Retail software release  in the Sept 23 announcement whereas the model numbers listed currently are the boxes supplied with the BT TV packages rather than the two  BT retail models.
  • zulu17 said:
    Another small detail - it is described as a BT Retail software release  in the Sept 23 announcement whereas the model numbers listed currently are the boxes supplied with the BT TV packages rather than the two  BT retail models.

    So not yet for T2110 then? Ever or never?
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    Mine came down early evening yesterday - works just fine.
  • SarahSarah Posts: 1,348Administrator admin
    Hi all, 

    The T2110 & T2210 boxes will get this release once the rollout to the T2100, T2200 & T4000 boxes is complete. We'll update the software release pages and the release notes once the rollout is complete for all of the BT T2xxx boxes.

    Thanks,
    Sarah
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    jimb said:
    Newfy said:
    sigh - yes indeed, but it was the second tweet of 2 consecutive about the latest upgrade - so not expecting it to only refer to that feature.

    Thank you so much for your critique ...

    Sorry to have been pedantic, I agree it was rather confusing  :)
     
    YouView Update on Twitter then had this to say ...

    "The problem was when the details were first posted on the forum, YouView hadn't published their update page. I (YVU) should have been more patient before tweeting about it..."


  • VisionmanVisionman Posts: 9,527Member ✭✭✭
    edited 24 September 2019, 6:40PM
    Hi Newfi. The YouView Update page is maintained by an individual user and so is not an official YouView source or has any affiliation with YouView or its partners.
  • NewfyNewfy Posts: 55Member
    that was pointed out some time back by Sarah !

    But thanks anyway !

  • NiggleNiggle Posts: 58Member

    "You can now skip 10% increments on your recording playback by pressing a number on the keypad. The recording is split into 10 parts so pressing ‘5’ on the keypad will skip playback to 50%, while 3 will skip 30%."

    Not sure how to interpret this. Does it mean that if you're already half-way through the recording, pressing '5' will skip 50% of what's remaining?  Or does 'skip' really mean 'jump to'?

  • robin0800robin0800 Posts: 51Member
    Skip means jump and yes if you're say 60% in pressing 5 goes back to 50%
    and jump is shown on the screen so not sure where skip came from?
  • GoodbyeGoodbye Posts: 336Time out
    edited 29 September 2019, 6:59PM
    Skip means jump and yes if you're say 60% in pressing 5 goes back to 50%
    and jump is shown on the screen so not sure where skip came from


    Australia 🦘


  • NiggleNiggle Posts: 58Member
    Thanks Skip ;) . Makes a lot more sense now.

  • GoodbyeGoodbye Posts: 336Time out
    What's  that skip....some abandoned orphans trapped down a flooded nuclear bunker with a ticking time bomb that's set to explode in the next five minutes.....

    They really don't make them like that anymore 🇦🇺
  • zulu17zulu17 Posts: 953Member ✭✭
    Is there any difference in using  jump  0 key and holding OK  remote key in recordings to replay recording from the start ?(0 seems quicker to me as there is no count down)  
  • Tim CTim C Posts: 439Member ✭✭
    zulu17 said:
    Is there any difference in using  jump  0 key and holding OK  remote key in recordings to replay recording from the start ?(0 seems quicker to me as there is no count down)  
    Certainly doesn't seem to be & as you say it's far,far quicker.
  • VisionmanVisionman Posts: 9,527Member ✭✭✭
    Thanks, zulu. I didn't know that.
  • robotmanrobotman Posts: 149Member
    Visionman said:
    Thanks, zulu. I didn't know that.
    Nor me. Thanks @zulu17 Great spot 😀
    Dipping in and out. More out than in :D
  • Tim CTim C Posts: 439Member ✭✭
    So I picked up my Youview remote whilst watching a recording and inadvertedly touched one of the number buttons. Confused me for a second before I realised it's the new "jump around the recording" option built into this release.
    So I know about this as do others here and on the other forums discussing the Youview boxes but what about the other 99% of users who have no idea about this change?
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