OMG!!! It works!! You are amaaaaaaaazing guys!!!juuso wrote:Here is a hack to add audio language descriptors to firmware. But it is needed to edit firmware manually.
Russian how-to is here
I finally found the time to test the method from the loraart.ru site, and it works perfectly. My preferred language for all three categories (subtitles, audio and ttx) is Gaelic, which now in fact points to Slovenian.
Thanks to everyone who helped me!
The ISP/Cable provider just doesn't have anything to do, the people I speak to really don't know much, they just say they pass the signal on, but they did make changes in 2011 i uncovered some old local threads that they make the "undefined" language to be first on the list so TVs are more likely to default to the first on the list, but it's still not perfect.
I just called them right now, they just claim how it works for them, but they wouldn't really want to do much to the signal, they say they just pass on the signal they get so they have no liability, they blame the TV manufacturer, which is fine, I guess Samsung really forgot about adding this subtitle entry to the firmware for so long.