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lol, they floated away. No good :( Thanks again tho.

Just so odd that only those buttons are locked out. I mean I had the TV in Hotel mode, shop mode and saw all the goodie options, but didn't change any of them. And then I just HAD to guess other codes didn't I.. and yeah of course I stumbled on to one.... a self destruct type one unfortunately!

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Looks like LOCK 0 is a normal thing for it to say:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/3d-plasma-t...art-1-a-16.html

Looks like this isn't the first TV you've had to play with too!

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd...esearch-15.html

Oh well! Another thought, maybe you've managed to get the remote control in some strange mode (or mood) - have you pulled out the batteries and left it for 5 mins? Does the Source button on the front panel work?

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lol, that old TV I had probs with wasn't actually my stuffup with that one. It did the common power cycling and the eeprom went screwy and some weird things happened and all the settings in the service menu went haywire.

Yep tried leaving batteries out of remote.

Source button works fine on front panel.

As I said last night, most curious is how the number buttons will turn on the TV, but after that they're locked out.

I think there must be a remote control key combo to unlock whatever it is.

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Yeah, must be something you can do.. but if worst comes to worst, while you wait for a Samsung tech.. At least you can still use it.

I tried mounting my Windows share on the USB key using those instructions, worked perfectly... Seems that's a better way than using the share manager - no need to go in and press the update button, also I noticed the new version of SM keeps a file-lock on played files, so it needs to be restarted (the service) for you to delete old media files you've watched. I'll be glad to see the end of that.

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I'm thinking maybe that watever combination I did put the TV into a mode for receiving remote control cmds from a service remote or something? I also put a thread on cnet http://forums.cnet.com/7723-13973_102-510692.html . Hopeful HDTECH may be able to find out some codes.

It sort of sounds like you've locked in a shift key - so those keys are mapped to different (or non) uses now.

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There's bound to be plenty of code combinations between the remote and the panel buttons. Just need to find them!

Look at these. These are for Panasonic, but no doubt Samsung would have similar:

Hotel Mode Menu

Hold "Vol-" on TV and press the "AV" button on the remote 3 times (use exit via on screen menu to exit)

This seems to give you the option to turn the Hotel Mode on and a few related options to set when in hotel mode.

Test Patterns

Hold "Vol-" on TV and press the "Option" button on the remote 3 Times (Had to turn off on TV to exit)

Seems to put the TV through its paces with various colours and test patterns being displayed

Self Check

Hold "Vol-" on TV and press the "OK" **OR** "Menu" button on the remote (both seems to access the same Self Check function). Had to turn the TV off to exit.

It’s called the self check but pretty much just displays information about the TV

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I notice you got another reply from the Samsung hd tech guy... Sounds like what I was talking about with the different remotes in the room. I'd be looking for more on that, I know it's not much help though.

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Borrow one, then do the firmware upgrade/reload/downgrade - which ever you want/need... Which might fix the remote issue.

I did notice a couple of posts lower in that thread, it mentioned it's for the 2010 models with wireless - you may need a dongle, or the TV may have an RF receiver, I don't know.

There may be an android? version too?

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ooh! I think I may have struck gold. I found some nice hex codes on here: http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/mboar...thread.cgi?6024 . Converted to LIR in IR-max, uploaded to Ocelot, and guess what? When I transmitted the poweroff, it worked straight away as it normally should. So looks like this way might work. Just need to find out what function #'s are for the button numbers, because of course on that big list it hasn't got those listed ar lol.

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Well not much luck yet. Not sure if it's going to work. First thing I tried with it though was the poweroff IR code and that worked,but I tried the source button code and that didn't. Giving up for today. Will have to dig up those codes you told me about on Samygo

Thanks again for all your help Jasoroony :)

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Yeah, I had a look around for them, but I couldn't see where they were. From what the guy said, it looked like is was in some linux package which doesn't really make sense.. Maybe I could extract them from my putty access, but then they will be the ones for 'our' model TV which isn't working for you.

But no problems.. I hope you get things going one way or another.

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Honestly guys. The 2D pq on this set is exceptional with current FW.

Given the limited amount of 3D content you really need to weigh up what you want to achieve here.

The earlier FW had issues with colour balance as was noted by CHAD on avsforums. He was pleased with the later fw as it brought pq in line with last years 8 series.

You watch a lot more 2D than 3D on this set and those of us who own 3D sets know that we seldomly utilise this feature for reasons above.

Therefore I would wait for Samsung to do a fix rather than tamper with something that can if you do the wrong thing turn your set into a brick and in the mean time engross

yourself in the great 2d PQ.

Some may argue that it may never be fixed. Well "may" is not "will" so until "may" becomes a definite never "will" I would wait.

I am very impressed with Jasoroony in doing what he did but I as much as gungho I make myself to be would never attempt something like this.

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Problem is, he's got the TV stuck in a bad state. Though I would have registered a fault with Samsung as soon as it happened, then waited for service and claimed my kid did it by pressing random buttons! (Big kid?!)

Anyway, I'm pretty impressed with the SamyGO stuff. That whole share manager thing was a shambles, I don't know why there isn't this samba share option out of the box - faster to play and simpler.

As for the remote issue, I've looked at the remote control files and they just seem to be mapping keyboard keys to remote functions! The Source and Menu keys are Fn keys, so there must be something else going on for one alone not working... I've found this file in the same general area, which describes different functions within the TV - maybe something will jog a memory of something that was changed in Hotel mode?? I didn't see anything, but it's interesting enough to post:

# vi SpecialItemNumber.txt

S_SPECIAL_ID_START = 0^M

ID_OPTION = 1^M

ID_ADC = 2^M

ID_ADC_TARGET = 3^M

ID_ADC_RESULT = 4^M

ID_WB = 5^M

ID_WBMOVIE = 6^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD = 7^M

ID_ADVANCED = 8^M

ID_VIDEOSCALER = 9^M

ID_ENHANCEMENT = 10^M

ID_SOUND = 11^M

ID_DC = 12^M

ID_LNA_PLUS = 13^M

ID_HOTEL_OPTION = 14^M

ID_EDID = 15^M

ID_CHECKSUM = 16^M

ID_FACTORY_RESET = 17^M

ID_PANEL_TYPE = 18^M

ID_MODEL = 19^M

ID_COUNTRY = 20^M

ID_WATCHDOG = 21^M

ID_DIMMING_SEL = 22^M

IS_SPECIAL_ID_START = 0^M

ID_OPTION = 1^M

ID_ADC = 2^M

ID_ADC_TARGET = 3^M

ID_ADC_RESULT = 4^M

ID_WB = 5^M

ID_WBMOVIE = 6^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD = 7^M

ID_ADVANCED = 8^M

ID_VIDEOSCALER = 9^M

ID_ENHANCEMENT = 10^M

ID_SOUND = 11^M

ID_DC = 12^M

ID_LNA_PLUS = 13^M

ID_HOTEL_OPTION = 14^M

ID_EDID = 15^M

ID_CHECKSUM = 16^M

ID_FACTORY_RESET = 17^M

ID_PANEL_TYPE = 18^M

ID_MODEL = 19^M

ID_COUNTRY = 20^M

ID_WATCHDOG = 21^M

ID_DIMMING_SEL = 22^M

IS_SPECIAL_ID_START = 0^M

ID_OPTION = 1^M

ID_ADC = 2^M

ID_ADC_TARGET = 3^M

ID_ADC_RESULT = 4^M

ID_WB = 5^M

ID_WBMOVIE = 6^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD = 7^M

ID_ADVANCED = 8^M

ID_VIDEOSCALER = 9^M

ID_ENHANCEMENT = 10^M

ID_SOUND = 11^M

ID_DC = 12^M

ID_LNA_PLUS = 13^M

ID_HOTEL_OPTION = 14^M

ID_EDID = 15^M

ID_CHECKSUM = 16^M

ID_FACTORY_RESET = 17^M

ID_PANEL_TYPE = 18^M

ID_MODEL = 19^M

ID_COUNTRY = 20^M

ID_WATCHDOG = 21^M

ID_DIMMING_SEL = 22^M

ID_RS232_JACK = 23^M

ID_OPTION_GAMMA = 24^M

ID_PANELTIME = 25^M

ID_RF_MUTE_TIME = 26^M

ID_SHOP_MODE = 27^M

ID_75_IRE = 28^M

ID_75_IRE_OFFSET = 29^M

ID_HDMI_HOT_PLUG = 30^M

ID_HDMI_DELAY_TIME = 31^M

ID_HDMI_FLT_CNT_SIG = 32^M

ID_HDMI_FLT_CNT_LOS = 33^M

ID_HDMI_EQ = 34^M

ID_UNSTABLE_BAN_CNT = 35^M

ID_HDMI_ERR_CNT = 36^M

ID_PC_MODE_IDENT = 37^M

ID_WATCHDOG_CNT = 38^M

ID_SUBMICOM_DOWN = 39^M

ID_IIC_BUSSTOP = 40^M

ID_SIDE_AV_OPTION = 41^M

ID_USB_DEMO_ONTIME = 42^M

ID_USB_DEMO_OFFTIME = 43^M

ID_WALL_MOUNT_SUPPORT = 44^M

ID_MANUAL_STORE = 45^M

ID_LANGUAGE = 46^M

ID_CHNNEL_TABLE = 47^M

ID_TTX_SUPPORT = 48^M

ID_TTXLIST_MODE = 49^M

ID_TTX_GROUP = 50^M

ID_VISUAL_TEST = 51^M

ID_TUNER = 52^M

ID_EXPERT_ADJ = 53^M

ID_ND_ADJ = 54^M

ID_WB_RESET = 55^M

ID_EER_RESET = 56^M

ID_AV_CALIBRATION = 57^M

ID_COMP_CALIBRATION = 58^M

ID_PC_CALIBRATION = 59^M

ID_HDMI_CALIBRATION = 60^M

ID_1ST_AV_YL = 61^M

ID_1ST_AV_YH = 62^M

ID_1ST_AV_D = 63^M

ID_1ST_COMP_YL = 64^M

ID_1ST_COMP_YH = 65^M

ID_1ST_COMP_CbL = 66^M

ID_1ST_COMP_CbH = 67^M

ID_1ST_COMP_CrL = 68^M

ID_1ST_COMP_CrH = 69^M

ID_1ST_COMP_D = 70^M

ID_1ST_PC_RL = 71^M

ID_1ST_PC_RH = 72^M

ID_1ST_PC_GL = 73^M

ID_1ST_PC_GH = 74^M

ID_1ST_PC_BL = 75^M

ID_1ST_PC_BH = 76^M

ID_1ST_PC_D = 77^M

ID_2ND_AV_RL = 78^M

ID_2ND_AV_RH = 79^M

ID_2ND_AV_GL = 80^M

ID_2ND_AV_GH = 81^M

ID_2ND_AV_BL = 82^M

ID_2ND_AV_BH = 83^M

ID_2ND_AV_D = 84^M

ID_2ND_COMP_RL = 85^M

ID_2ND_COMP_RH = 86^M

ID_2ND_COMP_GL = 87^M

ID_2ND_COMP_GH = 88^M

ID_2ND_COMP_BL = 89^M

ID_2ND_COMP_BH = 90^M

ID_2ND_COMP_D = 91^M

ID_2ND_PC_RL = 92^M

ID_2ND_PC_RH = 93^M

ID_2ND_PC_GL = 94^M

ID_2ND_PC_GH = 95^M

ID_2ND_PC_BL = 96^M

ID_2ND_PC_BH = 97^M

ID_2ND_PC_D = 98^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_RL = 99^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_RH = 100^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_GL = 101^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_GH = 102^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_BL = 103^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_BH = 104^M

ID_2ND_HDMI_D = 105^M

ID_1st_Y_GH = 106^M

ID_1st_Y_GL = 107^M

ID_1st_Cb_BH = 108^M

ID_1st_Cb_BL = 109^M

ID_1st_Cr_RH = 110^M

ID_1st_Cr_RL = 111^M

ID_2nd_R_L = 112^M

ID_2nd_G_L = 113^M

ID_2nd_B_L = 114^M

ID_2nd_R_H = 115^M

ID_2nd_G_H = 116^M

ID_2nd_B_H = 117^M

ID_WB_SUB_BRIGHTNESS = 118^M

ID_WB_ROFFSET = 119^M

ID_WB_GOFFSET = 120^M

ID_WB_BOFFSET = 121^M

ID_WB_SUB_CONTRAST = 122^M

ID_WB_RGAIN = 123^M

ID_WB_GGAIN = 124^M

ID_WB_BGAIN = 125^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_ROFFSET = 126^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_BOFFSET = 127^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_RGAIN = 128^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_BGAIN = 129^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_ONOFF = 130^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_MODE = 131^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_COLORTONE = 132^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_SUBBRIGHTNESS = 133^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_SUBCONTRAST = 134^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W2_RGAIN = 135^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W2_BGAIN = 136^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W2_ROFFSET = 137^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W2_BOFFSET = 138^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_GAMMA = 139^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_CONTRAST = 140^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_BRIGHTNESS = 141^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_COLOR = 142^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_SHARPNESS = 143^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_TINT = 144^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_BACKLIGHT = 145^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_CONTRAST = 146^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_BRIGHTNESS = 147^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_COLOR = 148^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_SHARPNESS = 149^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_TINT = 150^M

ID_EPA_STANDARD_BACKLIGHT = 151^M

ID_HOTEL_MODE = 152^M

ID_HOTEL_POWER_ON_CHANNEL = 153^M

ID_HOTEL_POWER_ON_BAND = 154^M

ID_HOTEL_POWER_ON_VOLUME = 155^M

ID_HOTEL_POWER_ON_SOURCE = 156^M

ID_HOTEL_PANELBTN_LOCK = 157^M

ID_HOTEL_MIN_VOLUME = 158^M

ID_HOTEL_MAX_VOLUME = 159^M

ID_HOTEL_PICTURE_MENU_LOCK = 160^M

ID_HOTEL_VIDEO_MUTE_CH = 161^M

ID_HOTEL_MUSIC_MODE = 162^M

ID_HOTEL_JACK_IDENT_DETECT = 163^M

ID_HOTEL_JACK_IDENT_AV = 164^M

ID_HOTEL_JACK_IDENT_COMP = 165^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_SRC_PRIORITY = 166^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_SRC_AV = 167^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_SRC_PC = 168^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_SRC_HDMI = 169^M

ID_HOTEL_GMT_AREA_CODE = 170^M

ID_HOTEL_SUB_AMP_VOLUME = 171^M

ID_HOTEL_SUB_AMP_MODE = 172^M

ID_HOTEL_LOCAL_TIME = 173^M

ID_HOTEL_LED_DIMMING = 174^M

ID_EDID_ONOFF = 175^M

ID_EDID_ALL = 176^M

ID_PC_EDID = 177^M

ID_HDMI1_EDID = 178^M

ID_HDMI2_EDID = 179^M

ID_HDMI3_EDID = 180^M

ID_HDMI4_EDID = 181^M

ID_EDID_VER = 182^M

ID_PATTSEL = 183^M

ID_DVI_HDMI_SOUND = 184^M

ID_SOUND_SPEAKER_EQ = 185^M

ID_AUDIO_DELAY = 186^M

ID_LOG_TYPE = 187^M

ID_VIEW_LOG = 188^M

ID_DELETE_LOG = 189^M

ID_NUM_OF_ATV = 190^M

ID_NUM_OF_DTV = 191^M

ID_NUM_OF_AV = 192^M

ID_NUM_OF_SVIDEO = 193^M

ID_NUM_OF_COMP = 194^M

ID_NUM_OF_HDMI = 195^M

ID_NUM_OF_PC = 196^M

ID_NUM_OF_SCART = 197^M

ID_NUM_OF_DVI = 198^M

ID_NUM_OF_OPTICAL_LINK = 199^M

ID_NUM_OF_MEDIA = 200^M

ID_NUM_OF_PANELKEY = 201^M

ID_NUM_OF_USBPORT = 202^M

ID_LNA_SUPPORT = 203^M

ID_NORDIC_COUNTRY = 204^M

ID_INFOLINK_TYPE = 205^M

ID_SELECT_LCD_PDP = 206^M

ID_MFT_OFFSET = 207^M

ID_STANDBY_LED = 208^M

ID_PDP_PIXELSHIFT_TEST = 209^M

ID_LVDS_FORMAT = 210^M

ID_ND_SOURCE = 211^M

ID_DVI_HDMI_PORT = 212^M

ID_SPREAD_SPECTRUM_ONOFF = 213^M

ID_SPREAD_SPECTRUM_MRR = 214^M

ID_SPREAD_SPECTRUM_MFR = 215^M

ID_SPREAD_SPECTRUM_QLC = 216^M

ID_SHARPNESS = 217^M

ID_PDP_PATTSEL = 218^M

ID_DYNAMIC_CONTRAST = 219^M

ID_REGION = 220^M

ID_UI_COLOR = 221^M

ID_CLONE_REMOCON_VER = 222^M

ID_INFOLINK_SERVER_TYPE = 223^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_N_RGAIN = 224^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_N_BGAIN = 225^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_N_ROFFSET = 226^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_N_BOFFSET = 227^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W1_RGAIN = 228^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W1_BGAIN = 229^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W1_ROFFSET = 230^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W1_BOFFSET = 231^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W3_RGAIN = 232^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W3_BGAIN = 233^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W3_ROFFSET = 234^M

ID_WB_MOVIE_W3_BOFFSET = 235^M

ID_SERVICE_PARAMETER = 236^M

ID_DYNAMIC_DIMMING = 237^M

ID_INDICATOR_LED = 238^M

ID_MEDIAPLAY_VIDEO = 239^M

ID_MEDIAPLAY_DLNA = 240^M

ID_WISELINK_WRITE = 241^M

ID_ARABIC_LANGUAGE = 242^M

ID_SPK_AUDIO_DELAY_NORMAL = 243^M

ID_AUXOUT_AUDIO_DELAY_NORMAL = 244^M

ID_SPDIF_AUDIO_DELAY_NORMAL = 245^M

ID_SPK_AUDIO_DELAY_GAME = 246^M

ID_AUXOUT_AUDIO_DELAY_GAME = 247^M

ID_SPDIF_AUDIO_DELAY_GAME = 248^M

ID_OTA_TEST_ONOFF = 249^M

ID_OTA_DELETE_ALTERNATIVE_VERSION = 250^M

ID_SUPPORT_SUBWOOFER = 251^M

ID_HDMI_ALL_EDID = 252^M

ID_EDID_1_2_PORT = 253^M

ID_EDID_CHECK_JACK = 254^M

ID_NETWORK = 255^M

ID_CHINA_HD = 256^M

ID_NT_CONVERSION = 257^M

ID_VOLUME_CURVE = 258^M

ID_HIGH_DEVI = 259^M

ID_SEPCO_120HZ = 260^M

ID_UNBALANCE = 261^M

ID_PDP_GROUP = 262^M

ID_LOCALSET = 263^M

ID_OTN_RESET = 264^M

ID_OTN_DURATION = 265^M

ID_OTN_FAIL_TEST = 266^M

ID_PDP_OPTION = 267^M

ID_EXHIBITION_MODE = 268^M

ID_SERVICE_PARAMETER1 = 269^M

ID_SERVICE_PARAMETER2 = 270^M

ID_SERVICE_PARAMETER3 = 271^M

ID_SERVICE_PARAMETER4 = 272^M

ID_TOOLS_SUPPORT = 273^M

ID_OTN_ONOFF = 274^M

ID_CARRIER_MUTE = 275^M

ID_DEMODULATOR = 276^M

ID_NUM_OF_DISPLAY = 277^M

ID_SUPPORT_ND_ADJ = 278^M

ID_MEDIAPLAY_DB = 279^M

ID_SUPPORT_24PX4 = 280^M

ID_HDMI_CALL_BACK = 281^M

ID_SUPPORT_POWER_INDICATOR = 282^M

ID_OTN_TESTSERVER = 283^M

ID_SUPPORT_PICTURE_MODE_HP = 284^M

ID_CHMAP_TABLE = 285^M

ID_SUPPORT_RF_REMOCON = 286^M

ID_PDP_APC_TIMER = 287^M

ID_OTN_SERVER_TYPE = 288^M

ID_SUPPORT_PDP_REAL_100HZ_DEMO = 289^M

ID_HDMI_SWITCH = 290^M

ID_PATTSEL_1 = 291^M

ID_PATTSEL_2 = 292^M

ID_HDMI_BLACK_LEVEL = 293^M

ID_PATTSEL_MENU = 294^M

ID_PDP_APC_SPEED = 295^M

ID_TEMP_PRIVATE_RANGE_USE = 296^M

ID_SUPPORT_YAHOO = 297^M

ID_AUTO_PANEL_SETTING = 298^M

ID_TUNER_STATUS = 299^M

ID_LOGIC_DOWNLOAD = 300^M

ID_SUPPORT_DATA_SERVICE = 301^M

ID_FACTORY_RESET_INCLUDING_ZIGBEE = 302^M

ID_SCC_ONOFF = 303^M

ID_SCC_IN_HX = 304^M

ID_SCC_IN_HY = 305^M

ID_SCC_IN_LX = 306^M

ID_SCC_IN_LY = 307^M

ID_SCC_SOURCE_DATA = 308^M

ID_SCC_SWAP = 309^M

ID_PANEL_SCC_CONST_HX = 310^M

ID_PANEL_SCC_CONST_HY = 311^M

ID_PANEL_SCC_CONST_LX = 312^M

ID_PANEL_SCC_CONST_LY = 313^M

ID_PBA_SCC_CONST_HX = 314^M

ID_PBA_SCC_CONST_HY = 315^M

ID_PBA_SCC_CONST_LX = 316^M

ID_PBA_SCC_CONST_LY = 317^M

ID_INFOLINK_COUNTRY = 318^M

ID_TCON_DOWNLOAD = 319^M

ID_2ND_ENCODER_WATCHDOG_COUNT = 320^M

ID_DVI_EDID = 321^M

ID_HOTEL_SI_VENDOR = 322^M

ID_HOTEL_VIDEO_MUTE_CH_ONOFF = 323^M

ID_HOTEL_MUSIC_MODE_AV = 324^M

ID_HOTEL_MUSIC_MODE_PC = 325^M

ID_HOTEL_MUSIC_MODE_COMP = 326^M

ID_HOTEL_MUSIC_MODE_BK_LGHT = 327^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_PRIORITY_AV = 328^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_PRIORITY_PC = 329^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_PRIORITY_HDMI = 330^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_AV_OPTION = 331^M

ID_HOTEL_RJP_HDMI_OPTION = 332^M

ID_HOTEL_TIME_FORMAT = 333^M

ID_HOTEL_PMO_LED_TEST = 334^M

ID_HOTEL_PMO_NORMAL_DIM = 335^M

ID_HOTEL_PMO_STDBY_DIM = 336^M

ID_HOTEL_AUDIO_LOOP_IN = 337^M

ID_HOTEL_MENU_DSPLAY = 338^M

ID_HOTEL_HTL_LOGO = 339^M

ID_HOTEL_HTL_LOGO_DWLD = 340^M

ID_HOTEL_LOGO_DISP_TIME = 341^M

ID_HOTEL_PWR_ON_OPT = 342^M

ID_HOTEL_AUTO_PC = 343^M

ID_HOTEL_ENERGY_SAVING = 344^M

ID_HOTEL_CLONE_TV2USB = 345^M

ID_HOTEL_CLONE_USB2TV = 346^M

ID_HOTEL_PAN_EURO_MHEG = 347^M

ID_HOTEL_DATA_RESET = 348^M

ID_HOTEL_WELCOME_MSG = 349^M

ID_HOTEL_EDIT_WEL_MSG = 350^M

ID_HOTEL_ENERGY_SAV_TIMER = 351^M

ID_HOTEL_TV_VERSION = 352^M

ID_HOTEL_CAPTION = 353^M

ID_HOTEL_CHANNEL_EDITOR = 354^M

ID_EMERGENCY_LOG = 355^M

ID_NUM_OF_TUNER = 356^M

ID_NUM_OF_DECODER = 357^M

ID_NUM_OF_FM_RADIO = 358^M

ID_FM_TRANSMITTER_SUPPORT = 359^M

ID_SUPPORT_COLORSPACE = 360^M

ID_SCC_MOVIE_MODE = 361^M

ID_MHP_SUPPORT = 362^M

ID_FUNCTION_KEY = 363^M

ID_MEDIAPLAY_PLAYLIST = 364^M

ID_NUM_OF_IPTV = 365^M

ID_GEMSTAR_EPG_SUPPORT = 366^M

ID_SUPPORT_ATV_WSS = 367^M

ID_CABLE_MODULATION = 368^M

ID_IPTV_ENABLE = 369^M

ID_HOTEL_POWER_ON_CHANNEL_TYPE = 370^M

ID_IPTV_SERVER_IP_SETTING = 371^M

ID_IPTV_NETWORK_SETUP = 372^M

ID_COPY_FAC_PART2 = 373^M

TEL_CLONE_USB2TV] = 374^M

ID_PEAK_DIMMING_ONOFF = 375^M

ID_HDMI_EDID_WRITE_TYPE = 376^M

ID_SUPPORT_PVR = 377^M

ID_SUPPORT_CI = 378^M

ID_AUTO_STAND_SUPPORT = 379^M

ID_HOTEL_DYNAMIC_SI = 380^M

ID_PICTURE = 381^M

ID_3D_CONTRAST = 382^M

ID_3D_BRIGHTNESS = 383^M

ID_HOTEL_DC_POWER = 384^M

ID_HOTEL_MIXED_CHMAP = 385^M

ID_FRONT_COLOR = 386^M

ID_HOTEL_CHANNEL_AUTO_STORE = 387^M

ID_HDMI_3D_DET = 388^M

ID_FM_TRANSMITTER_CARRIER = 389^M

ID_LVDS_RX_FORMAT = 390^M

ID_LVDS_TX_FORMAT = 391^M

ID_MONO_LAST_MEMORY = 392^M

ID_RATING_SUPPORT = 393^M

ID_VOD_BANDWIDTH = 394^M

ID_SHOP_LOGO_SUPPORT = 395^M

ID_OTP_LOCK = 396^M

IS_SPECIAL_ID_LAST = 397^M

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Interesting list there. So those commands are issued through VI ?

And I'm positive I didn't change any of the extended service menu settings.

I've been playing with UPNPinspector/sniffer which offered some exciting stuff. The setmute commands etc actually do work. There's a whole test remote control commands section, but I haven't been able to get anything to work with the 'sendkeycode'. It is only numbers that can be used, but I've tried many things. Perhaps they're a big group of numbers for the commands, I don't know?

If could find something for that, may just work. The communication is definately getting there, because as I said all the other things work like setting volume remotely.

All I need is to command it to put a # in, then I'll be set. What other possible things can I do without that widget hack?

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Naaa, vi is a text editor - the file was called SpecialItemNumber.txt so I loaded it up in vi to look. I noticed it repeated the first 22 items three times too, but hey I still copied it all out for show and tell.

I didn't mean to imply I thought you changed any setting on purpose, however, by pressing those key combinations while in hotel mode something was changed.

As for other things to try, I'm about all out. If you already had root (woot!) we could check out some files against my machine, but I think all the settings are stored in a serial chip eeprom which is harder to get to. So it wouldn't probably produce any result. If there's a setting to reset that eeprom, it would be a good place to start. Might look at SamyGO again, maybe there's something there...

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True, good point about the combination must've changed something in the extended menu (Hotel mode). Just wish I could reactivate it.

I need to try and find out if the sendkeycode in upnpinspector can do anything useful. It seems to only accept numbers, but it has done nothing for me so far. I've been trying to do it through a netcat soap command, but it mustn't be right as it errors out:

POST /RCR/control/TestRCRService HTTP/1.1
Host: 192.168.1.1:52235
SOAPAction: "urn:samsung.com:service:TestRCRService:1#SendKeyCode"
Accept-Language: LC-ctype=en-us;q=1, LC-ctype=en;q=0.5
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
Content-Length: 335

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<s:Envelope xmlns:s="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" s:encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/">
<s:Body><u:SendKeyCode xmlns:u="urn:samsung.com:service:TestRCRService:1">
<KeyCode>1</KeyCode>
<KeyDescription>152</KeyDescription>
</s:Body>
</s:Envelope>

however the mute script works fine, but that as you can see is through one of the different upnp sections on the TV:

POST /upnp/control/RenderingControl1 HTTP/1.1
Host: 192.168.1.1:52235
SOAPAction: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:RenderingControl:1#SetMute"
Accept-Language: LC-ctype=en-us;q=1, LC-ctype=en;q=0.5
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
Content-Length: 335

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<s:Envelope xmlns:s="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" s:encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/">
<s:Body><u:SetMute xmlns:u="urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:RenderingControl:1">
<InstanceID>0</InstanceID>
<Channel>Master</Channel>
<DesiredMute>1</DesiredMute></u:SetMute>
</s:Body>
</s:Envelope>

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http://sourceforge.net/apps/phpbb/samygo/v...start=170#p8839

"From my understanding Sub Micom is an additional microcontroller in the chassis which controlls Power LED, IR and the keys located on the chassis frame. It is described how to update the Micom firmware which becomes necessary from my understanding if the IR-Key encoding has been changed in main CPUs firmware."

That's as close as I can find... The DDC data is accessible from the VGA port, in the service menu you can enable EDID to expand what can be accessed.. Then use a program from Samsung to read/write info.

Looks like a service call to fix this sort of stuff though.

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Not sure, this is all going past what I would be willing to try. I did find some more info though, those service menu items (C680 model) from the other link have some info about this:

(Maybe reloading an older firmware will reload the IR processor with an older firmware too, or you could just wait for something newer than 3005? I never kept track of that second line, they may all be the same since 1016?)

T-VAL4DEUC-1002.0 <---- Main Firmware Version

T-VAL8DEUS-1005 <---- Sub Micom Firmware Version

EDID SUCCESS

CALIB: AV X COMP X PC X HDMI X

Option: 4718 2430 0010

T-VALDEU-0101

DTP-SP-VAL-1143

RFS:65-128M-65

2010/07/21 (manufacture?)

N240 : 0013

CPLD : 0110

Type - 50FArN4D

Model PS50C680

MAC SUCCESS

CIP SUCCESS LOCK O

Factory Data version - 330

EERC Version 131

DTP-APCOMP-422-0011-0002

DTP-HIIG-0423-1-14

DTP-BP-0424-15

Date of Purchase <blank>

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I'm not that familiar with wireless.Help! lol

Ok, so both TV and iphone have to be on same access point.

All I have is 1 usb lan adaptor and 2 usb bluetooth adaptors.

I did read somewhere that TV can still be used with lan cable though when using the iphone on it. I'm lost...

EDIT:

Ok, well if I have the usb adaptor and TV LAN bridged on PC, that should act as same access point?

From what I read though, all this app does is the upnp stuff? Which I can already do, just gotta figure out the right cmds?

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I don't really know what the details are, I don't have an iPhone either. I do know that plugging in my Belkin wireless USB adaptor brings up the TV menu for wireless network config... Since it's been set up before, it uses the last settings for wireless. Unplug it, it goes back to wired and the last settings used there... Nice really.

If you have an access point, then it might work without wireless on the TV if it's wired in - but you will need to read the instructions that come with the Samsung app for the iPhone.

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Ok, well if I have the usb adaptor and TV LAN bridged on PC, that should act as same access point?

Maybe, but I think you'll need to to configure IP's to be in the same subnet? I used "Connectify" to do some stuff, but it only runs on Win7. It also made (I think it did) my Win7 starter machine BSOD - so I uninstalled it when I was finished.

Edit: While it mostly works, it did 3 bsod's in 2 days... Known problem now that I searched for it:

http://windows7forums.com/blue-screen-deat...timate-x64.html

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I need to try and find out if the sendkeycode in upnpinspector can do anything useful. It seems to only accept numbers, but it has done nothing for me so far. I've been trying to do it through a netcat soap command, but it mustn't be right as it errors out:

I think the descriptions would be:

KEY_1 KEY_2 KEY_3 KEY_4 KEY_5 KEY_6 KEY_7 KEY_8 KEY_9 KEY_0

(Taken from the text within the Samsung android "qwerty remocon app")

You also need to enable the wireless remote option within settings (below where network is) in the menus, mine was on though, but I don't know what the key codes are...

Nice find on the UPnP Inspector software!

Just jogged my memory - from putty access: (remoconfig.info) - I get "ok" on everything when I press Invoke, but nothing changes on the TV... Will keep trying.

# 1 = KEY_1

101 : KEY_1

# 2 = KEY_2

98 : KEY_2

# 3 = KEY_3

6 : KEY_3

# 4 = KEY_4

8 : KEY_4

# 5 = KEY_5

9 : KEY_5

# 6 = KEY_6

10 : KEY_6

# 7 = KEY_7

12 : KEY_7

# 8 = KEY_8

13 : KEY_8

# 9 = KEY_9

14 : KEY_9

# 0 = KEY_0

17 : KEY_0

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