executing custom script on CI+

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marcelru
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Re: executing custom script on CI+

Post by marcelru »

Hi, a bit off topic, my question:

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[Version_file : SWU_T-CHL5CIPDEUC_002008_I02_EK000DK000_100115
langerhans, apparently you have the same firmware as I have in my UE40B6000. Do you happen to have the original installation file of it?
Would like to have a copy.

grtz,

marcelr

langerhans
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Re: executing custom script on CI+

Post by langerhans »

This Event Queue Full is totally normal. You could avoid it with killing exeDSP, but it works also with it running.

It's pretty hard to find the right jump address without actual access to the device.

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Found at 0x17c9b88: Write successful
Could you do a memory read of that address in debug menu after doing the patch?. 32 Bytes long should be enough...

dasilverpaladin
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Re: executing custom script on CI+

Post by dasilverpaladin »

there is little problem...
as my TV is CI+ there is this fucking input filter which only allows numbers, i managed to disable it while unbricking but i cant disable it now...

and what i already told juuso, the patch adress changes, its not always the same

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localhost login: root
-sh: id: not found
# cd /dtv/usb/sdb1
# chmod 755 ./patcher
# ./patcher /dev/mem ./patch.ini patch2 patch
PATCHING prints out magic number for emergency.sh
Searching memory for byte pattern of size 0x10:
Found at 0x3092b88: Write successful
Search finished
patched: 1 time(s)
# ./patcher /dev/mem ./patch.ini patch2 patch
PATCHING prints out magic number for emergency.sh
Searching memory for byte pattern of size 0x10:
Found at 0x2168b88: Write successful
Search finished
patched: 1 time(s)
# ./patcher /dev/mem ./patch.ini patch2 patch
PATCHING prints out magic number for emergency.sh
Searching memory for byte pattern of size 0x10:
Found at 0x674f810: Write successful
Search finished
patched: 1 time(s)
# ./patcher /dev/mem ./patch.ini patch2 patch
PATCHING prints out magic number for emergency.sh
Searching memory for byte pattern of size 0x10:
Found at 0x73cfb88: Write successful
Search finished
patched: 1 time(s)
# ./patcher /dev/mem ./patch.ini patch2 patch
PATCHING prints out magic number for emergency.sh
Searching memory for byte pattern of size 0x10:
Found at 0x6c40b88: Write successful
Search finished
patched: 1 time(s)
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