Deleting multiple episodes of a show at once from DVR
CMG19
Enthusiast - Level 2

Since the last FIOS upgrade I can't find a way to delete ALL episodes under a show, before there was the option to Delete AL.  I have a recorded show that recorded 39 episodes and I want to delete them all but it is a pain with the remote (FIOS has the worst remotes)   since you have to click on each episode toggle to delete then togel to yes  - how can I delete all of them at once??   

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Justin46
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@CMG19 wrote:

Since the last FIOS upgrade I can't find a way to delete ALL episodes under a show, before there was the option to Delete AL.  I have a recorded show that recorded 39 episodes and I want to delete them all but it is a pain with the remote (FIOS has the worst remotes)   since you have to click on each episode toggle to delete then togel to yes  - how can I delete all of them at once??   


I have the Quantum boxes and it is very easy to delete a folder and all of the episodes the folder contains: while in View Recordings and with the specific folder highlighted with the white box, just hit the C button on the remote and you will be given the choice to delete the folder and contents, or cancel the delete. Using the C button to delete all is documented on the screen immediately above the list of folders/recordings.

I think it is the same with the regular old FiOS boxes but not sure since I have had Quantum for well over a year now.

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Keller, TX 76248 (VHO 1)

MJ_123
Enthusiast - Level 2

 Thank you so much for your answer to the posed question. I had read several other responses to other similar questions, and none of them provided the correct answer ( and some of them were unnecessarily flippant).  I was so delighted to learn about pressing the c button to delete multiple episodes. 

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Kimrdcde1
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Thank you!!! It worked

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