How to fix the bug that’s been killing your TV for the past year
I’ve spent the past two months working with the tech team at Time to fix a problem that’s destroying the viewing experience for millions of households.
What we found was that we’ve been using the same software that’s used by the vast majority of our users, but the way it’s configured in our TVs is radically different.
As a result, some of our most loyal viewers are seeing their viewing experience go haywire.
It started with a small, simple problem: The settings on the TV are designed to allow a single viewer to have access to all the content available on the channel at the same time.
This isn’t ideal because that single viewer can often watch two or three different channels at once.
The solution is to configure the system so that the individual viewer has only access to one channel at a time.
In order to do that, the user must enable the ability to configure their TVs channels on the Time app, which is accessed from the home screen.
That’s where the bug came in.
While I was testing, I noticed a few problems that weren’t immediately obvious.
For example, the Time TV app is designed to provide a channel list.
But if you open the app, you’ll see that there’s only one available channel, and it’s a channel that the user doesn’t normally watch.
On my device, I could select that channel in the top menu, but it would appear to be a channel I didn’t want to watch.
I clicked OK to continue.
I could also choose to open the TV settings app and toggle the channel that I want to access.
Again, this wouldn’t show me the channel.
Instead, it would ask me to open a channel selection dialog.
In the dialog, the channel was already selected.
However, when I clicked the channel, it opened up in a new window that didn’t show the channel I selected.
Instead of the channel list, the window displayed the channel name.
Even worse, the settings dialog didn’t allow me to choose a different channel to view.
And, for whatever reason, the TV app only shows one channel per app at a given time.
To make matters worse, I had to navigate to the Home Screen to add another channel to the list.
And, even worse, it didn’t display the channel when I tried to add it to the channel selection window.
What could go wrong?
If you haven’t been using Time TV, you might not know about this problem.
Since it was first introduced in 2013, Time TV has been designed to be simple to set up and maintain.
There are a number of ways that you can customize the way the TV software manages the channels available to you.
Time’s interface is also designed to work in harmony with your TV.
If Time TV doesn’t automatically configure channels for you, you can use a number, like Time TV Plus or Time TV HD, to do so.
Other ways to control the channels that are available on your TV include the following: • You can choose to turn on and off the ability for a particular channel to be viewed on your television.
• Once a channel is set up, you are given the option to set the settings on it.
When a channel has been configured, you will see an arrow icon on the bottom right corner of the screen that indicates that a channel can be selected.
You can also click and drag the channel to add or remove it from the list of channels.
You can also select the channel by tapping the button at the top of the icon that appears next to it.
In addition to changing the channel’s settings, you also can set the channel as the default for that channel.
By default, Time’s interface does not support the use of the word channel to describe a channel, instead choosing the word household instead.
Instead, Time will highlight the channel with the word “Household.”
This is especially useful if the user’s primary TV is set to another channel.
But, even with the Channel Name feature turned on, you still have to set it up.
Some users who don’t care about the name of the home channel on their TV may be curious about how to change the channel on the other channels that Time has selected.
The easiest way to change a channel’s name is to navigate into the settings of a particular TV and select the “Channel” icon at the bottom of the Home screen.
Then, from the Home menu, choose “Settings” and select “General Settings” from the menu.
After changing the name, the channels list will be displayed.
Here, you must select the channels listed on the “Householder” channel, because it is the channel most likely to be selected for the “Home” channel.
You can change the name by clicking the icon next to the “Default” channel name, or you can choose another channel