But i'm a bit afraid of changing UART bit, because of loosing my only remaining way into the tv :/
Why not directly try to change the watchdog bit at 0x6D51 to 0x00?
but sure you can just change that watchdog byte.
So i will try to follow your advise and change micom EEPROM.
EDIT: Changing micom EEPROM part (which worked!) can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=7133#p53883
I think we can start researching on monday. Just advise me whoch settings (and where) to check.
Can i you figure out the addresses in one tv session (change setting in service menu and then dump the micom EEPROM, change back, dump and compare)?
Yes, in most cases here was no need to reboot TV. value in eeprom was changed immediately. Most interesting values are rs232, watchdog, OTN on/off and so on, it is up to youhedak wrote:Can i you figure out the addresses in one tv session (change setting in service menu and then dump the micom EEPROM, change back, dump and compare)?
i wonder what if EPG data are stored in eeprom, possible?
Any idea how to check for EPG data in SoC EEPROM? Just comparing two dumps will not be sufficient i think as it's not ASCII (IIRC from 'reading' all my EEPROM dumps).
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-epg empty at every boot
-various amount of data
-many changes during runtime (especially when filling)
this smells more like tmpfs...
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BTW i'm coding an I2C sniffer for my teensy++ 2.0 board ATM to see what's going on there I will check it's operation at work tomorrow.
yes, this was just try to guess...beatfreak wrote:this smells more like tmpfs...