Disable/hide source connection

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sanflores
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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Gia90 wrote:
juuso wrote:maybe yes. maybe...
So... I just have to try :D
Thank you very much!
Hi Gia, could you hide the source you don't have?

I'm having the same problem... I have a D5003 and "updated" to D5005.

My TV only has 1 hdmi, 1 usb, 1 composite, 1 comp

And now I have also:
2 HDMI (with the numbers 3 and 4)
1 VGA
and I think I have a DVI also (NOT SURE)


And did you manage to use an usb wifi modem? I would like to remove all functions I don't have

Thank you for sharing your experience!!!

sanflores
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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Any updated Gia90? Thank you

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Gia90
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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sanflores wrote: Hi Gia, could you hide the source you don't have?

I'm having the same problem... I have a D5003 and "updated" to D5005.

My TV only has 1 hdmi, 1 usb, 1 composite, 1 comp

And now I have also:
2 HDMI (with the numbers 3 and 4)
1 VGA
and I think I have a DVI also (NOT SURE)
Sorry for the late response, but i'm very busy in this period :(

Yes, i managed to hide the sources i don't need :D
You'll need to unlock the Extended Service Menu to do this.
To access and unlock the extended SM, follow the steps here: http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Activa ... rvice_Mode (just the Step 2: Turn on TV in Service Mode).
As i can read, you don't have wifi connection, so you'll need to find a universal programmable remote or any device that can send ir signals (smartphone, tablet, pocketpc) to send "Factory" and "3speed" codes to your TV.
Here you can find the Hex codes for those 2 keys: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3104#p27006
After that, you'll find the settings you need under "Control" -> "Config Option" (see the attached pic)
sanflores wrote: And did you manage to use an usb wifi modem?
Unfortunately no....
I bought an EDIMAX EW-7718Un which is reported to be working, but it doesn't work on my d4003@d550...
Maybe the firmware i have lacks the needed drivers, so we can just hope that someday they will hack our models...
I'm looking forward to have my TV fully unlocked! :( KEEP THE GOOD WORK SAMYGO!!! :D
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Hacking is not a crime!
UE40D7000, UE19D4003@D5005, BD-D5300

sanflores
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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Gia90 wrote:
sanflores wrote: Hi Gia, could you hide the source you don't have?

I'm having the same problem... I have a D5003 and "updated" to D5005.

My TV only has 1 hdmi, 1 usb, 1 composite, 1 comp

And now I have also:
2 HDMI (with the numbers 3 and 4)
1 VGA
and I think I have a DVI also (NOT SURE)
Sorry for the late response, but i'm very busy in this period :(

Yes, i managed to hide the sources i don't need :D
You'll need to unlock the Extended Service Menu to do this.
To access and unlock the extended SM, follow the steps here: http://wiki.samygo.tv/index.php5/Activa ... rvice_Mode (just the Step 2: Turn on TV in Service Mode).
As i can read, you don't have wifi connection, so you'll need to find a universal programmable remote or any device that can send ir signals (smartphone, tablet, pocketpc) to send "Factory" and "3speed" codes to your TV.
Here you can find the Hex codes for those 2 keys: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=3104#p27006
After that, you'll find the settings you need under "Control" -> "Config Option" (see the attached pic)
sanflores wrote: And did you manage to use an usb wifi modem?
Unfortunately no....
I bought an EDIMAX EW-7718Un which is reported to be working, but it doesn't work on my d4003@d550...
Maybe the firmware i have lacks the needed drivers, so we can just hope that someday they will hack our models...
I'm looking forward to have my TV fully unlocked! :( KEEP THE GOOD WORK SAMYGO!!! :D

Can I do this only with an universal remote controller? What would be the steps?:

Turn on TV in service mode by pressing INFO MENU MUTE POWER buttons in sequence.
Wait a while as TV boot up and show Service Menu on screen.
In UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL click Factory (service menu dissapears on TV).
In UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL click 3Speed (service menu appears again, with hidden options visible).


BUT, how do I configure my remote? What I know about universal controller is to type four numbers, and then test if the tv turns of or not... Could you explain me more about this?

Thank you!

Yarek
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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Gia90, Thank you for your work! Respect!
How to convert this Hex code to send via infrared COM port?
And what program you can send this command?
Or, send the command from the microcontroller Pic 18.
Thank you!

gnufan
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

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Yarek wrote:Gia90, Thank you for your work! Respect!
How to convert this Hex code to send via infrared COM port?
And what program you can send this command?
Or, send the command from the microcontroller Pic 18.
Thank you!
hello, i spent some time on conversion from Pronto to "lirc format" with "pronto2lirc" tool and here the result for everybody:

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begin remote
   name   SAMSUNG
   flags   RAW_CODES
   eps   30
   aeps   100
   gap   43992
      begin raw_codes

             name FACTORY
                4523 4497 552 1709 552 1709
                552 1709 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 1709 552 1709 552 1709
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 579 552 1709
                552 1709 552 579 552 1709
                552 1709 552 1709 552 579
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 1709 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 1709 552 1709
                552

             name 3SPEED
                4523 4497 552 1709 552 1709
                552 1709 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 1709 552 1709 552 1709
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 1709 552 1709
                552 1709 552 1709 552 579
                552 579 552 1709 552 1709
                552 579 552 579 552 579
                552 579 552 1709 552 1709
                552
          end raw_codes
    end remote
i used them with lirc tool "irsend", going in standard service menu with INFO MENU MUTE POWER and then doing:

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  irsend SEND_ONCE SAMSUNG FACTORY
  irsend SEND_ONCE SAMSUNG 3SPEED
they are tested on a UE22ES5400 tv set; hope it helps somebody

Yarek
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

Post by Yarek »

gnufan, Thank you!
please tell me what device you are sending IR commands?
I only have a laptop and there is no Com port (((only USB ((
And one more question, what form should be command to feed it through the IRDA Symbian OS Nokia?
Thank you for your advice!

gnufan
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Re: Disable/hide source connection

Post by gnufan »

Yarek wrote:gnufan, Thank you!
please tell me what device you are sending IR commands?
I only have a laptop and there is no Com port (((only USB ((
And one more question, what form should be command to feed it through the IRDA Symbian OS Nokia?
Thank you for your advice!
i'm using some MCE USB IR blaster i've got with a DVB-S PCI card that was supporting microsoft mediacenter.

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