Anyways the whole reason on joining on this site was to ask questions.
I recently brought a Samsung C9000 which has built in HD Tuner. So in theory I should be able to receive HD channels.
After some research it turned out the TV was a foreign unit and that I was unable to tune into UK HD channels due to the drivers being installed for a different country.
I was wondering if its possible to update the drivers on the TV for the built-in tuner to actually receive HD channels. Samsung support politely told me I have no chance but I'm sure its possible.
The Samsung model is as follows:
The country codes are used in the model number.
This is what Samsung sent:
A UK model should be suffixed with XXU. If your TV has another suffix, XXC for example, it may not be a UK model which means the tuner will be of slightly different spec than a model manufactured for use in the UK, and may not pick up all channels, and/or channels may appear in incorrect order, as you are experiencing.
(For reference, an XXC suffix would mean a Spanish model; France - XZF, Germany - XZG, etc).
If anyone could help me then this would be a massive bonus.
I think after doing some research I believe this model is Russian.
Very annoying as my channels are ordered alphabetically which means all the adults come first!
Would the Samygo firmware sort this problem?
Did you find a solution to this problem?
TV: UE55ES7000S - T-ECPDEUC-2003.4 - SamyGO tool Right from USB - no develop account is needed
TV: UE40C6710 - T-VALDEUC 3011 - Hacking TV over Hotel mode (C650 T-VALDEUC-3009.2)
BD-Player: BD-E6100 - B-FIRBPEWWC 1063.3 - rooted, no more Cin@vi@
NAS: CIFS: MAG250 NFS: Playon!HD
Your help would be appreciated.