So the 1008 is not really needed in that case ? Will the widget workaround give me all the functionality or capability to modify/run extensions on 1009/1010 just like on 1008?
Wouldn't it be more straightforward to just get this patched 1008 firmware from you, instead of running widgets, installing dump programs etc.?juuso wrote:If you really need 1008 (for what?), i have dump of this firmware, you can flash it (modified as well) to tv via telnet.
2. We don`t know how to sign apps for B series. In forum mentioned tricks does not work anymore (nurisam.com etc).
3. To enable telnet, we anyway have to copy app, called telnet enabler to TV OR flash modified firmware via USB.
4. You can`t flash firmware via USB because TV does not accept it. So we still need to copy our apps to TV. But TV is almost closed from inside.
5. Here we have Internet@TV and widget, which is specially made, has required apps inside. You have to install widget, run it and apps (telnet enabler, dump maker etc) will be copied despite any limitations.
6. Now you can run telnet enabler, you can have access via telnet, you can have root. Now you can flash modified partitions and have SamyGO autostart.
maybe it is enough to modify your current firmware (for this dumps are required), or you can flash modified 1008 firmware (=downgrade as well). It is up to you.
you have instructions. But i see, you don`t read.antidot wrote:I can do it if I have instructions to follow...
Anyhow, I have clearer picture in my head as to what is needed to get this box of led lights work and do things I want.
I'm going to try the widget thing tonight (if I get time) and post back the results. Hopefully it will work, fingers crossed.
Thanks for your help and patience with me.
At that point I had no choice but to reboot, went into Internet TV, same thing, Connection problem _> Internet TV Manager.
So I changed the DNS IP to a proper one -> rebooted-> went into Internet TV, no problem. It downloaded, initialized, installed or whatever, but at the end of the day there was NO SamyGO stuff in there. To make things worse, when I go into the widget manager, the remote stops working. Even the the touch button on the TV stops working. I ended up pulling the plug, to shut it down.
I did the PNP "reset" , didn't help.
My last chance is to "setup develop account" as per : viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1889 but I have NO clue how to do that. Can you give me some direction, please?
Unplug ethernet cable
Power on tv
Go to internet@tv. Wait until you get access to setup manager
Power off tv
Connect ethernet cable and boot tv normally.
Now you should get everything working
Trying to figure out how to get into the widget manager directly. No idea so far...
How can I wipe out the whole widget thing and start fresh?
I can't be pulling the plug from the wall outlet all the time it will screw up the power supply....