Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

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Napilux
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Re: Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

Post by Napilux » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:45 pm

Ok, what i meant with "does not affect the hack" is that after the upgrade. I still had my script (that mounts a CIFS share) running automatically upon boot. Still able to access the TV remotely, e.g. Telnet, HTTP. I haven't check more functionality that this though (lazy :D).

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Re: Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

Post by dasurpha » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:09 pm

Finally I decided to try 3011.0 with my PS50C7005, which has been running with 3005.1 and SamyGO Extensions with Internet@tv hack.

Updated to 3011.0 and no ssh access anymore.

Rolled back to 0000 successfully.

Updated to 3005.1 succesfully. Installed hotel mode hack in the manual way: http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1076#p9261 and got ssh access back.

Updated to 3011.0 and lost ssh access again.

Anyone has been able to install 3011.0 this way?

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Re: Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

Post by juusso » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:46 pm

One note: the widget hack stops on 3006. Latest compatible firmware for widget hack is T-VALDEUC-3005...
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Re: Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

Post by gregoire » Tue Jan 17, 2012 2:44 pm

dasurpha wrote:Finally I decided to try 3011.0 with my PS50C7005, which has been running with 3005.1 and SamyGO Extensions with Internet@tv hack.

Updated to 3011.0 and no ssh access anymore.

Rolled back to 0000 successfully.

Updated to 3005.1 succesfully. Installed hotel mode hack in the manual way: {link} 1 and got ssh access back.

Updated to 3011.0 and lost ssh access again.

Anyone has been able to install 3011.0 this way?
I did all this; rolled back with 0000, upgrade to 3005 installed the widget and tried to hack it but got an error "bla bla no writable to bla bla error 7". Upgraded it, tried the hotel mode hack, again, nothing. Now I have a unhackable tv. I am dissappointed. Seriously.

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Re: Anyone confirm Hotel mode hack still works with 3011.0 ?

Post by dasurpha » Tue Jan 17, 2012 6:21 pm

ebakardzhiev wrote:
dasurpha wrote:Finally I decided to try 3011.0 with my PS50C7005, which has been running with 3005.1 and SamyGO Extensions with Internet@tv hack.

Updated to 3011.0 and no ssh access anymore.

Rolled back to 0000 successfully.

Updated to 3005.1 succesfully. Installed hotel mode hack in the manual way: http://forum.samygo.tv/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1076#p9261 and got ssh access back.

Updated to 3011.0 and lost ssh access again.

Anyone has been able to install 3011.0 this way?
TV hack via internet widget stop working in 3008.3, so you have to do the hotel mode hack.
After that, when you prepare the usb stick:
Try this:
files are incremental.
get last "All-Extensions" for valencia (it's r12)
extract SamyGO-All-Extensions-Bugfix-v0.03.6-r15-for-valencia-20111001120232.zip over it
and then extract SamyGO-libs-T-VALDEUC-20110123101934.zip
the enable/disable what you like to [not]use.
Also be sure that the SamyGO.sh is in root and use unix editor to enter inside the file:

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/dtv/usb/sda1/SamyGO/rcSGO >/dev/null 2>&1 &
Thanks for the reply, I'll have a deeper look at this - though as I pointed in my post I did do the hotel mode hack successfully on 3005.1 and still lost ssh on 3011.0 but maybe I missed something.

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