Please don't create any new topic here unless you have software to post/release.
i did the geneva, what is difference between geneva and velencia?
I hope that you will allow me a question, but after reading the whole discussion here there is still one thing that I have not understood.
I have a UE46D8000, rev1018 firmware with running SamyGO (finally after this great firmware downgrade possibility).
But do I still need to have the 01_04_pvr_drm_disable.init script installed?
Denny, for this you already wrote:
And I can confirm that the DRM disabling is actually working for me and my setup.Denny wrote:you do no need to run 01_04_pvr_drm_disable.init , the patch is alredy aplied when you start samygo main application.
so, disable this back by rename
But DEUS: if the disabling of the DRM encryption is now already part of the SamyGO distribution, why is the 01_04_pvr_drm_disable.init script still maintained via your webif?
I mean, this is the same as for the D-series Wiki page: also here this script is still mentioned to be required for DRM disabling.
Is this model specific? Or are there any advantages that I have not understood why I should use Samsung_pvr in addition (I know that for this I anyhow should not use the 1018 firmware)?
As I said: there is no real need to bother you. Only that I would like to understand a bit more about the background...
Many thanks in advance.
this is mainly for the hospitality hack, where it gets executed with every start of the TV, so no start of the widget is neccesary.
Thanks a lot for the good advise. This is really something I did not consider yet (I.e. timer recordings), as for normal Tv watching the Tv can be programmed to start the widget automatically after each start-up.DEUS wrote:this is mainly for the hospitality hack, where it gets executed with every start of the TV, so no start of the widget is neccesary.
Is there a way to launch Samy "silent" on every startup so there be only displayed channel?
I can't manage to convert .avi from .ts video file. I have a Samsung D6500 TV.