but i suggest too - read user button names from config file...
For mine LE40B651:juuso wrote:Now RC_over_LAN_mod_Android works fine for me over wifi and GPRS too.
(Got it working by changing to 3G network, but after this works on 2G as well )
Oh, one issue- power OFF button does not work for me...
Today i played a little with sbav1`s tool "Keycode input box" and found some extra keys:
514 - FactoryReset and power off (same as FactoryReset from SM, date of purchase set to today, i needed to set debug and watchdog off from SM again, EDID fail - needed it on and set to write to get success)..
I think these codes are related to PIP or its behavior is similar to ttx screen splitting. (info for adding some extra sources to pip? - 528)
520 - divides screen to 2 parts
521 - back to full screen
522 - back to full screen
523 - another screen divide
528 - PIP to full screen and switch to analog channel, no volume at all...
529 - get caption "working" on screen
530 - get caption "not working" on screen
And now - i was a little scared about after i entered:
531 - gave FW version on screen blinking in red and strange - i couldn`t get from this "state", no power off from RC, TV`s behavior got strange... I think i sent some Factory RC keys to my TV...
I got TV stand by by key 152 (finaly after some researching codes from 500 to 1000 ) and TV was back to normal state.
533 - some Service menu settings on the screen. Get back by pressing 533 again.
520 - Divide screen with vertical stretch
521 - Small screen in corner
522 - Smaller screen in corner
523 - Divide screen with preserving aspect ratio
524 - Small screen top left
525 - Small screen top right
526 - Small screen bottom left
527 - Small screen bottom right
It would be great if there is code for switching Audio source for PIP... PIP would be fully covered then
Good idea, people are waiting for an resultfunnel20 wrote:I'm currently working on an iPhone app for the B-series Remote.
He wasn`t here for a long time, i think, he wouldn`t mind if you use pictures- I saw the Android app from Tom Quist (http://quist.de/2011/02/remote-control- ... e/?lang=en). He also published his source code, including the graphical images for the buttons. Same questions apply here when I want to re-use these images.