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libcec3 v3.1.0 does not work with LG TV's #185

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smorar opened this Issue Jan 24, 2016 · 4 comments

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smorar commented Jan 24, 2016

After upgrading to 3.1.0, libcec no longer detects events from my LG tv's (55LB6500-TH) remote control.
Downgrading bock to 3.0.1 resolved this issue.

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DjDiabolik May 29, 2016

You have install the 3.1.0 on ? You thinks i can try to upgrade on my OSMC on a RPi2 ??
The current image of OSMC use the 3.0.1 and i have some trouble whit that:
I disabled the "Autoswitch source feature" when i turn on my Pi2.... it's ok but if restart my Pi2 the Simplink stop to work and i need to switch source on tv one time and back to hdmi of pi2 and simplink restart to working.
If i enable ths "Autoswitch source feature" this little troubles disappears and all working whitout any problems........

DjDiabolik commented May 29, 2016

You have install the 3.1.0 on ? You thinks i can try to upgrade on my OSMC on a RPi2 ??
The current image of OSMC use the 3.0.1 and i have some trouble whit that:
I disabled the "Autoswitch source feature" when i turn on my Pi2.... it's ok but if restart my Pi2 the Simplink stop to work and i need to switch source on tv one time and back to hdmi of pi2 and simplink restart to working.
If i enable ths "Autoswitch source feature" this little troubles disappears and all working whitout any problems........

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Can I get a log from this when it doesn't work please. Also, which model year is your LG panel?

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opdenkamp commented Aug 2, 2016

Can I get a log from this when it doesn't work please. Also, which model year is your LG panel?

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DjDiabolik Aug 11, 2016

My LG it's a 49LF590V-ZA whit latest firmware recently installed but this little trouble remain unresolved :)

DjDiabolik commented Aug 11, 2016

My LG it's a 49LF590V-ZA whit latest firmware recently installed but this little trouble remain unresolved :)

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I've just tested the latest build with a webos2.0 LG TV and and old one from 2007.

If this issue remains after the next release (3.2 or 4.0), please open a new ticket and attach a log

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opdenkamp commented Oct 18, 2016

I've just tested the latest build with a webos2.0 LG TV and and old one from 2007.

If this issue remains after the next release (3.2 or 4.0), please open a new ticket and attach a log

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