Popcorn Popper Hopper with butter.
* programming subject to change at a moments notice
Let's all come up with Dish's new advertising jingle. I'll start.
It's a whopper of a Hopper with a popcorn popper.
With a celebrity endorsement by Cyndi Lauper.
The DVR fees are exorbitant, so you'll soon be a pauper.
I was listening to SiriusXM Classic Rewind tonight, and they played When The World Is Running Down by The Police. Some of the lyrics seemed appropriate to the conversation in this thread. Here is a link: The Police - When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What's Still Around Lyrics | AZLyrics.comDish bought Sling in 2007. That's 13 years ago and they will sunset in 2 years. That gives you 15 years of using the product. Are you still using the VCR that you used 13 years ago?
Thanks for the confirmation. I was 99% sure, but I've found that the 1% of uncertainty has tripped me up in the past on occasion . No, I am most certainly not holding my breath. I am guessing there is some sort of cost involved, like a change in the code or whatever, and Dish aint a gonna spend a no money on that at all.Yes- but don't hold your breath. They aren't going back to that.
Well, didn't Slingbox originally work from point to point with encryption without the using any servers in-between? That's how I remember it.
IIRC the Slingbox PC app did that. I may have some old versions lying around because I grabbed several to try and get one of them to work with a Sling Adapter. We had a member here who sleuthed out the password. But that didn't work with the Sling Adapter either.
Keep us posted. I have an older Slingbox that might still support the P2P connection.
You could run a virtual machineOK, I bumbled around until I found the installers I kept for the Sling Player. I have the following versions:
I'll bet they're all 32-bit versions. IIRC they all need a password, if you still have that. Isn't there some compatability mode on W10 that could be made to work for these old binaries?