As such it should be fairly easily ported to different vendors compliant cable boxes.
The X1 Guide is also referred to as "The X1 Experience" and sometimes referred to as "On Screen Guide 3.0", this terminology typically has only been used in Scientific Atlanta/Cisco markets.
Somewhat confusingly "X1" is also the common name used for Comcast's first DVR that implements the X1 Guide software.
Press MENU and type 1147 to enter into "Service Menu" , in this menu find "Overscan", you can made picture wider (and then center) and a bit flattened (and also centered), helps using testing picture of 16:9.
Programming is very simple, we must choose proper file and copy it to pendrive at root directory, plug pendrive into USB, then plug power cord, status LED will made some flashes and software upgrade is done.
X1 is Comcast's next generation platform that is HTML5 based.
It has nothing to do with any of the previous legacy guides such as the blue and white i-Guide or SARA.
You can see the new user interface and features here: X1 Help and Support links A user guide in PDF form is available by clicking here.
New official Comcast X1 Equipment information page For information about X1 and Any Room please see the X1 DVR with Any Room Functionality FAQ from the official Comcast forums.
Comcast has a direct hotline for X1 customer support: 1-877-896-8678X1 is a totally new guide software written as Tru2Way (also called OCAP) middleware.
This board on picture have new updated TV tuner with R840 chip, so it use new firmware (software package must have in name "R840" ), if is used firmware for old type of board, then TV tuner not works at all.
With new firmware for R840, TV works surprisingly clean and nice, with analog channels of cable network.