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03-20-2009 01:48 PM
Hi -- just a little advice, your question is not completely clear. One could interpret that you want your TV to record things that you are playing on your Storm...last I checked, a TV can't really record anything. From me, I'll be no help since I've done nothing like this...but others can surely help -- as long as they can understand the question completely.
03-20-2009 02:09 PM
Like to set my DVR at home to record.
I went to http://M.Verizon.com and all I can get are TV Listings, but it's for like the West Coast or something and I can't actually "Record" - it gives me an error message.