but my problem is, new board HDMI does not works, on service menu can see EDID fail and EDID rewrite is not possible
have marke a factory reset EDID rewrite What is the problem?
Not sure non-working HDMIs can be *only* the consequence of EDID fail in service menu. My TV (actually: one of my mainboards too) reports the same for a long time, it precisely started to "fail" while doing several tries on developing FakeEDID patch, but HDMIs are still working.
it would be possible a dump from the old board to take?
Already try dumping "currently mounted" mainboard and let's see what it says
(if it works, attach dumps here I'll have a look...)
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samyGOso -T -B -l /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/libso/libFakeEDID.so DUMP
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samyGOso -T -B -l /mnt/opt/privateer/usr/libso/libFakeEDID.so DUMP HDMI1
[FakeEDID] _ZN9TDBuilder11GetTDiStoreE15TDStoreObject_k [0x75c824].
[FakeEDID] _ZN9TDBuilder16GetTDiHdmiSwitchEv [0x75bad8].
[FakeEDID] _ZN8TDaStore6CreateEi [0x77f1bc].
[FakeEDID] _ZN8TDaStore7DestroyEv [0x77eec8].
[FakeEDID] dlsym '_ZN14TDsEepromStore5WriteEjjPKh' failed.
[FakeEDID] _ZN14TDsEepromStore10t_WriteDDCEjjPKh [0x7b62c4].
[FakeEDID] dlsym '_ZN14TDsEepromStore4ReadEjjPh' failed.
[FakeEDID] _ZN14TDsEepromStore9t_ReadDDCEjjPh [0x7b6298].
[FakeEDID] dlsym '_ZN18TDsPrimeHdmiSwitch11GetEDIDDataE10CDSource_kPhPt' failed.
[FakeEDID] dlsym '_ZN13TDaHdmiSwitch11GetEDIDDataE10CDSource_kPhPt' failed.
[FakeEDID] dlsym '_ZN19PrimeHdmiSwitchBase11GetEDIDDataE10CDSource_kPhPt' failed.
[FakeEDID] lib_init, >>>
[FakeEDID] Dumping HDMI1 EDID!
[FakeEDID] * Stored to /dtv/FakeEDIDdump_HDMI1.bin
[FakeEDID] <<< lib_deinit
dump from ebay UE48H6600 Board wiht Firmware T-GFSDEUC_1142.0 is not ok
Anyway from what I already see, your EDIDs are looking alright, you attached the dumps of your new mainboard, right?
Your idea of dumping "working" mainboard EDIDs and apply them to new one should already work, at least you could first (byte-to-byte) compare them and probably notice they're exactly the same. The problem is elsewhere imho. Btw, what is TV behavior when you switch to HDMI? No signal? Black screen? "VGA" mode??
I wouldn't want to worry you, but it personally took me 2 tries to get a working mainboard from ebay
Can't be a reason for HDMI to fail. I've once accidentally filled EDIDs with zeroes (!! surely worst case), I had at least "VGA mode".
HDMI is plugged in TV and can not see HDMI is not connected Edit:
ohhh, i see you uploade a new libFakeEDID.zip Version
will try it