This is my UE32F4500 assembled in Russia:
In hidden menu I turn on bluetooth support, but for obvious reasons it does not work
I pulled the driver from the TV and found VIDs and PIDs of supported BT devices:
VID:03F0 PID:D104 * BT450 Bluetooth wireless printer and PC adapter
VID:046D PID:C70B * Logitech, Inc. BT Mini-Receiver
VID:046D PID:C70C * Logitech, Inc. BT Mini-Receiver
VID:04DA PID:390E * UNKNOWN
VID:050D PID:0013 * Belkin F8T013 Bluetooth USB Adapter
VID:050D PID:016A * Bellin F8T016 Mini Bluetooth Adapter
VID:0A5C PID:0BDC * UNKNOWN BROADCOM
VID:0A5C PID:22BE ! UNKNOWN BROADCOM
VID:0B05 PID:B700 * ASUSTek Computer, Inc. Broadcom Bluetooth 2.1
VID:0B05 PID:B703 * ASUSTek Computer, Inc
VID:13D3 PID:3250 * BROADCOM Generic Bluetooth Adapter (for notebooks)
VID:413C PID:8126 * Dell Truemobile 355 Bluetooth + EDR (RJ421)
I want to try to install BT module from Dell.
Anybody have service manual for other TV with similar main board and installed BT? Or pinout for connector on main board?
Thanks in advance.
UPD: Dell bluetooth module succesfully installed! See this topic.
To my opinion the bottom connector to the wifi module is simply usb2.0 to a multidevice wifi+bt adapter( just assuming!). So you should be able to measure at least
3.3v or 5v power supply at one pin and 0v ground at another pin. So there are not very much further possibilities for d+ and d- with 0-3.3v signal levels. It seems to me
that it is not relevant on which usb connector you test your bluetooth dongle (look at my other post). So i would suggest use the external usb connectors for testing. Be aware that standard dongle use 5v usb power supply, internal notebook modules sometimes 3.3v power supply. I think you should go best with the broadcom devices. Additionally i like to mention that some bluetooth devices aren't universal bluetooth dongles, they somtimes emulate a hid-device dongle.
BT module in F series - is separated device. Place for mounting there, on rear plastic cover of TV:
But, i need pinout for connecting module for hidden installation. Maybe anyone can make detailed photo of connector? Is easy to make. Connector under this litle cover:
Pinout of DELL BT module:
I just noticed, that you have a builtin wifi module. To what connector was it attached. I assumed you were talking of the white connector. Now I assume thats speaker left and right.
On my tv there is the same grey connector with about 30 pin under the scart adaptor. The pins on th left side (about 12 wires) go to a navigation keys panel at the back side of the TV-Cover. The last 4 pins on the right side of that grey connector are wired to a separate device I cannot specify.(perhaps my builtin wifi module) I disconnected that connector to disable wifi, but my TV does not start then.
Still my advice: try your dell module at first with external usb (be careful and power down from 5v to 3.3v) and remember to pullup pin 6 of dell module with a 10k ressistor to 3.3v.
Alternatively I would disconnect wifi module for testing, measure the voltages and try connecting the dell bluetooth to that connector.
All at your own risk(dont blame me) and good luck.
Right, it isOn my tv there is the same grey connector with about 30 pin under the scart adaptor.
Right. 4 wire (red, black, green, white) USB to Wi-Fi module.The last 4 pins on the right side of that grey connector are wired to a separate device I cannot specify.(perhaps my builtin wifi module)
Because IR-sensor for remote control also on PCB with nav key.I disconnected that connector to disable wifi, but my TV does not start then.
Maybe not necessary? When floating, level of this pin not high?remember to pullup pin 6 of dell module with a 10k ressistor to 3.3v.
Ok )All at your own risk(dont blame me) and good luck.
UPD: I checked the circuit. Pinout of this connector:
1 - IR_PCB_IR
2 - BT_GND
3 - IR_PCB_GND
4 - BT_F_SYNC
5 - IR_PCB_A3.3V
7 - IR_PCB_MSCL
8 - BT_GND
9 - IR_PCB_ MSDA
10 - BT_USB_D+
11 - IR_PCB_KEY1
12 - BT_USB_D-
13 - IR_PCB_KEY2
14 - BT_VCC_5.3V
15 - IR_PCB_LED_STB
16 - BT_WAKE
17 - IR_PCB_IR_GND
18 - BT_P_DET
19 - N.C.
20 - BT_RESET
21 - N.C.
23 - WIFI_USB_GND
24 - WIFI_USB_D+
25 - WIFI_USB_D-
26 - WIFI_USB_5V
I just succeded to make the eeprom reset for my UE32F4500AW but after that I have no settings and the tv does not start. Can somebody help me with the defalut settings of the service menu or with some pictures of their service menu?