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Hide Channels I am not subscribed to

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Hide Channels I am not subscribed to

I am not able to find any answer on how to hide channels I am not subsciribed to ? It is so painfull to go through all the ones not subscribed to get to one is subscribed.  There are times I have found some new channels I never knew I had.  Yes you can not use bad words... becuase comcast is doing such a fine job of keeping customers happy .

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Re: Hide Channels I am not subscribed to

If you do not have X1, you can create a Favorites list. Once created, hitting the FAV key will jump UP to the next favorites channel. Also, when the Guide screen is active, hitting FAV will show only your Favorites channels, although it 'resets' the guide to start at the lowest channel number in your list. Selecting the heart icon on the mini-menu (the first one when you hit MENU) will also display the Guide of just your favorites, but with your current channel at the top (or the next available favorites if your are not watching one on the list.)

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