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Galaxy Tab S2 8"
Marshmallow 6.0.1 (Nougat update released a week ago but I'm waiting)
17gb of 32gb internal storage used
11gb of 32gb SD card used
As mentioned before, it was working fine until today. I usually download a bunch of stuff once or twice a week.
Just checked, and the Stream app was updated today, 13 hours ago (Saturday morning).
Editing to add: tonight I returned all recordings, then cleared all the app data. No change. Still only 3 downloads allowed.
You don't mention what error you are getting when trying to download additional videos but I was able to look up your account. Our system shows 10 downloads "checked out" to that device which makes me suspect a bug somewhere (likely upstream from the app).
There was 1 other customer on the forums with this issue a few days ago. I can fix on my end by "deprovisioning" (removing) your device from an internal tool but that will remove ALL your downloads and require you to sign in again. Before doing that, can you try signing out of the app which is supposed to return all downloads. You can do this from Settings (at the bottom of the main navigation - looks like a gear icon). If this works, it will help other customers with similar issues (rather than me fixing one by one).
Let me know if it resolves your issue. If so, please mark this as the solution so others can find it. Thanks!
What does streampix do for me, and how do I use it?
Streampix is a premium On Demand network with back seasons of popular TV shows and select movies. You can access it in the XFINITY Stream app or portal (https://tv.xfinity.com). Then visit On Demand: Networks: Premium Networks: Streampix.
One of the things I particularly like about the shows on Streampix is that there are generally no commercials so you can binge without interruption!
I just installed the latest roku Xfinity Stream app and I found that a lot of HD channels are unavalible, I have the same app installed on my iPad and I can see all the HD channels that are in my subscription but when I jump to my Roku I can't. I also saved them as favorites in my iPad bu when I go to my favorites in the Roku I see the favorites but in SD. This app is very interesting but there are a couple of issues that need to be fixed.
this problem shows up on the roku thread very often. Look at your bill. for the beta program you can only get HD on the Roku if your bill shows a separate line for HD Technology. All is as planned and is part of the ongoing changes needed to begin selling the Roku service.
The movie La La Land is missing on my Xfinity On Demand App. The search doesn't pull it up like it did on my TV. How do I access this On Demand rental with my Xfinity Stream TV App for iPhone? I have this movie rental for 48 hrs.
Rentals can only be viewed while in-home and connected to your XFINITY network. You will find the movie on the "For You" page in a section called "Rentals". All the search and On Demand is filtered to only show content included in your subscription (but doesn't add rentals which are only available for a short period of time).
If you "Buy" a movie (purchase for long-term consumption), it will appear in the "Purchases" section of "Saved" and can be watched/downloaded for viewing outside your home.
How can I add another cell phone to enable it to find hotspot locations utilizing my Xfinity wifi app on my other phone ?
you can add the Xfinity Wifi app to another device just as you did to your first device. Search for the app, download and launch. Login.
I am trying to get the FX NOW app and just get a big black screen and NO options, tried clicking everything and it's "stuck" on that screen. Only way out is home button.
Try uninstalling the app, then reboot your 6S, then re-download and install.
Seems that the app gets corrupted every now and then. Good luck!
If you're a Comcast video subscriber, all local channels are available for viewing while on your home WiFi network—the lineup should match what's on your set-top box, filtered to the channels you actually subscribe to. If you're looking for TV Go versions of local broadcast networks such as NBC and ABC, these channels are only available in certain markets. Mobile streaming rights have to be negotiated with each local affiliate, which is a complex process, as you might imagine.