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Hey Guys
I have a 55LW9500 purchased in Australia. This model is released in US as a 3D but disabled in Australia.

i have tried the instructions posted on this website

and i am able to get the 3d function enable on my tv 55LW9500. So in the TV menu the 3D function shows
How ever when trying the 3D it does not seem to work
i am using the AG-S250 glasses and have tried several movies. but i get no 3d effect.
i can see the red shadow which i would think is the 3d effect. i have tried playing the movies from the USB and also from the media centre within lg tv plex

Does any one have same TV and was able to get the 3D to work?

is there another post that tells more about how one can turn the LW9500 tv into 3d?

please any help would be much appreciated
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Nony,
I can set the outputs without receiving any error messages. i thought i would of been able to read that same data back, my mistake.

Have you tried test3 yet?

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I've managed to get the glasses to get a flickering 3d image for a few seconds which leads me to believe it is definitely a GPIO issue

Are you able to repeatedly sync up for a few seconds, by disabling/reenabling your glasses, while remaining in 3D mode?

Please detail your findings.

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Are you able to repeatedly sync up for a few seconds, by disabling/reenabling your glasses, while remaining in 3D mode?

Please detail your findings.

-nony

The procedure is as follows.

1. Activate the glasses and go through the sync process.
2. Power cycle the tv
3. Go back into 3D mode

The glasses will then go through 3 cycles, 2 different shades of 3d and then 2D, this will happen for about 15 seconds then it looses connectivity all together.

It feels like the glasses are trying multiple ports or frequency to sync then they loose connectivity. This only happens during the power cycle. Trying to disabling and enabling the glasses does nothing unless you repeat the process.

Hope that helps or can shed some light.
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The procedure is as follows.

1. Activate the glasses and go through the sync process.
2. Power cycle the tv
3. Go back into 3D mode

The glasses will then go through 3 cycles, 2 different shades of 3d and then 2D, this will happen for about 15 seconds then it looses connectivity all together.

It feels like the glasses are trying multiple ports or frequency to sync then they loose connectivity. This only happens during the power cycle. Trying to disabling and enabling the glasses does nothing unless you repeat the process.

Hope that helps or can shed some light.

That sounds like strange behavior. Why should you have to power cycle your set if it is putting out a good sync signal in 3D mode? Upon losing sync, it should be sufficient to press and hold the enable button on the glasses for 2 seconds, then release to get the 2 LED blinks (this turns off the glasses) and then press down momentarily to reengage the glasses. At what point after a power cycle are you going back into 3D mode, and what 3D mode are you selecting?

Also, try to repeat the behavior by toggling 3D mode - exit 3D mode, and go back in again, without cycling power.

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Has anyone had a flickering 3D issue and then lost sync?

arkasi55 reported similar results here - http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...8#post20891298

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Have you tried test3 yet?

-nony

I have tried test 3 and it did not do anything either
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I have tried test 3 and it did not do anything either

Have you tried to disable your WiFi?
You could go into option 62 from ORG MAIN and select 0x03:Unload WiFi Driver Module. [To restore later, select 0x02: Load WIFI Driver Module(43236) or reboot].

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I have a spot in the middle of my screen that's darker than the rest of the screen. You can really see it during bright scenes, it's about the size of a dime. Is this a bad LED bulb or a dead pixel or something?
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I have a spot in the middle of my screen that's darker than the rest of the screen. You can really see it during bright scenes, it's about the size of a dime. Is this a bad LED bulb or a dead pixel or something?

Not normal, more than likely a couple of LED's not lighting. I would have a tech look at it under warranty for repair. Dead pixels would be completely dark.
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I've got a Google Alert set on 55LV9500 and it came up with this:

http://www.buy.com/prod/lg-55lv9500-...227343967.html
http://slickdeals.net/f/3736686-LG-5...on-Remote-1400

This is a great deal for anyone who is not set on passive 3D. Some very picky forum members have been very happy with their LV9500 purchase.

This is a winner for any LX9500 fans who could not handle the banding.
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I think iam going to jump on this.. lol
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I've got a Google Alert set on 55LV9500 and it came up with this:

http://www.buy.com/prod/lg-55lv9500-...227343967.html
http://slickdeals.net/f/3736686-LG-5...on-Remote-1400

awesome deal, but they suck bigtime as far as reseller ratings goes. they scare the sheet out of me.

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I've got a Google Alert set on 55LV9500 and it came up with this:

http://www.buy.com/prod/lg-55lv9500-...227343967.html
http://slickdeals.net/f/3736686-LG-5...on-Remote-1400

Could be refurbs fron HSN returns? HSN stated they had the exclusive on this model, and it was made especially for them.
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Could be refurbs fron HSN returns? HSN stated they had the exclusive on this model, and it was made especially for them.

I'm pretty sure HSN will say anything to make a sale. Although it was exclusive to them up until now. Buy.com lists these as new.
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How hard can it be?

Thanks to everyone for sharing your expertise here. Today I pulled the trigger on the 55LV9500 from buy.com. I was looking for a quality 2D set - the 3D possibility is the icing on the cake! After reading this post, and considering that I'm a complete noob, am I missing anything here? My next steps:

1) purchase a lg service remote part number Part # 105-201M
2) purchase LG AG-S250 3D Active Shutter Glasses for 2011 LG 3D Plasma HDTVs
3) follow the instructions in post 473 to enable 3D

Provided I *can* follow instructions, how much of a possibility is it that I will inadvertently brick my new TV?

Any other suggestions now that this set has been out for a while? Thanks!
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How hard can it be?

Thanks to everyone for sharing your expertise here. Today I pulled the trigger on the 55LV9500 from buy.com. I was looking for a quality 2D set - the 3D possibility is the icing on the cake! After reading this post, and considering that I'm a complete noob, am I missing anything here? My next steps:

1) purchase a lg service remote part number Part # 105-201M
2) purchase LG AG-S250 3D Active Shutter Glasses for 2011 LG 3D Plasma HDTVs
3) follow the instructions in post 473 to enable 3D

Provided I *can* follow instructions, how much of a possibility is it that I will inadvertently brick my new TV?

Any other suggestions now that this set has been out for a while? Thanks!

I am very happy for you. I know some think I work for LG but I truely just love this TV and the value it is at the price we paid.

I could have purchased a 55VT30 for $1,300 and passed on it because I like my LV9500 so much. If you take away the 3D I would still love this set. This set just has balance, it dose everything very good to great and has no area it fails. No DSE, banding or clouding, no negatives.
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I picked one of these up yesterday, because it is exactly what I was looking for.

Does anyone here game on this model? If so how is the input lag?

Thanks
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Another way to access the set without the LG service remote is to get a RCA all in one and reprogram the remote. Here's how (at least it worked for me):

I finally found the code that worked with my RCA RCPB05B to get it to communicate with this TV. You need this code to get your remote to communicate with the LG TV before you program the remote to act as a service remote. The device code was 1423. (BTW, if it doesn't work for you, you can try 1748 or 1331, which probably work as well) How do you get it to work? Here's how:

1. Push "TV" button on RCA remote
2. Push and hold "setup" button until light blinks 2x on remote.
3. Enter code 1423. The light on remote should blink 2x now.
4. Push "TV" button on remote and then power to confirm it will turn off and on power. If it does, you are good to go. If not try one of these other codes (any of these may work, some did for me, some did not: 0030, 0178, 0856, 1178, 1240, 1283, 1325, 1331, 1423, 1748, 1749, 1758, 1768, 2138) As an FYI, I couldn't get my RCA remote to control any other functions other than power, so this code may not be the best choice, but at least it worked to do service menu.
5. I then proceedded with this procedure:

For Newer remotes which uses 5 digit EFCs (which this RCA remote does use 5 digit codes)
1. EZ-Adjust = 00018 (I only programmed Ez adjust and IN-stop)
2. IN-Start = 00019
3. POWER-ONLY = 00014
4. IN-Stop = 00015

Procedure
1. Press the device key (TV, VCR, SAT, CD, AUD or DVD).
2. Press and hold the MAGIC (aka "setup") key until the device keys blinks twice (the device key will blink once then twice).
3. Press 9 9 4. The device key will blink twice.
4. Press the MAGIC ("setup") key once.
5. Enter the 3-digit (or 5-digit) EFC code (see above)
6. Press the key to which the function will be assigned. The device key will blink twice.

At this point I was able to access the service menu. When you push "EZ-Adjust", it asks for a password that others have mentioned before. Enter 0413 and you are good to go.
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This is a great deal for anyone who is not set on passive 3D. Some very picky forum members have been very happy with their LV9500 purchase.

This is a winner for any LX9500 fans who could not handle the banding.

and there out of stock already.....makes you wonder....

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and there out of stock already.....makes you wonder....

Dude, now your falling for a glosssssy screen............... My oh my.....
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Dude, now your falling for a glosssssy screen............... My oh my.....

Glossy it sure is, but only a problem if you have a lot of direct sun light.
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Run test1, test2, and test3 below to assist in the global effort to enable 3D!


New information allows us to test for continuity of the three GPIO outputs without removing the back cover.

The tests below should be peformed by at least one LV9500 user (with 3D enabled and functioning) and by one LW9500 user from Oz-

Recall, from LG's 3D troubleshooting docs, that GPIO-0, GPIO-1, and GPIO-2 need to be set correctly to enable the emitter and allow the glasses to sync.

Here is the actual GPIO port mapping:
GPIO-0: Port Index 128 [60/48/50Hz when asserted (set to 1)]
GPIO-1: Port Index 130 [59.94/23.97Hz when asserted (set to 1)]
GPIO-2: Port Index 131 [RFEmitterOff when asserted (set to 1)]

*****This is Test1:*****
Test1 - Confirm the above mappings
**Panel should be in 2D mode
**Magic motion remote should be operational
When we set any of the above GPIO to "1", the magic motion remote should become disabled, until we we set it back to "0".
1. Press the [Enter] key on the mmr to confirm that it is operational
2. Set GPIO port 128 to "1"
3. Confirm that the mmr is disabled
4. Set GPIO port 128 to "0"
5. Confirm that the mmr is once again operational
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for port 130, and port 131.
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All index of GPI are OK!!!

All indexs of GPO are OK!!!

============ [GPIO Debug Menu] ==============
        0x01:   Read  GPIO Port
        0x02:   Write GPIO Port
        0x03:   [GPIO Read Function  Menu]
        0x04:   [GPIO Write Function Menu]
        0x05:   [GPIO H/W OPTION]
        0xFF:   [Exit from This Menu]
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Enter Command : 0x2
Port Index (Decimal) : 128
Data : 1
Test1 should confirm that we have identified the correct GPIO mappings, and that the GPIO outputs are being acted upon by the emitter.
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*****This is Test2:*****
Test2 - Confirm correct operation of GPIO ports
**Panel should be in 2D_TO_3D MODE
1. Activate 2D_TO_3D MODE on the panel.
2. Activate your glasses and confirm that you are viewing 3D
3. Set GPIO port 130 to "0" and confirm that you lost sync
4. Set GPIO port 130 to "1" and confirm that you are viewing 3D
5. Set GPIO port 128 to "1" and confirm that you are seeing wavy sync
6. Set GPIO port 130 to "0" and confirm that you are seeing 3D with a pulse once a second.
7. Set GPIO port 128 to "0" and confirm that that you lost sync
8. Set GPIO port 130 to "1" and confirm that you are viewing 3D.

Test2 confirms that we are able to manipulate the emitter sync in accordance with LG's documentation.
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*****This is Test3:*****
Test3 - Enable the Control 3D Mode GPIO
**Panel should be in 2D_TO_3D MODE
1. Activate 2D_TO_3D MODE on the panel.
2. Activate your glasses
3. Enable the Control 3D Mode- 0x78 output from the GPIO Write Function Menu as below. This is a simple toggle.
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        0x30:   ResetDemod
        0x31:   ResetAudio
        0x32:   EnableCI
        0x33:   AGCSpeedCtrl
        0x34:   EnableAntennaBooster
        0x35:   EnableAntenna5V
        0x36:   SelectScart8Pin
        0x37:   SelectHDMIHotPlug
        0x38:   SelectHDMI
        0x39:   MntVOutSwitch
        0x3A:   ResetEYEQ
        0x3B:   ResetFRC
        0x3C:   EnableFRC_Reset
        0x3D:   EnableFRC1_3PLL
        0x3E:   EnableFRC1_8VF
        0x3F:   EnableFRC1_3VF
        0x40:   EnableFRC2_5VF
        0x41:   EnableFRC3_3VF
        0x42:   EnableEMFMode
        0x43:   MuteMonitorOut
        0x44:   MuteTVOut
        0x45:   MuteAmp
        0x46:   MuteHP
        0x47:   MuteVideoTVOut
        0x48:   EnableLCDDisplayPanel
        0x49:   EnablePDPDisplayPanel
        0x4A:   EnableAI
        0x4B:   EnableModulePor
        0x4C:   EnableLCDDPPanelPower
        0x4D:   EnableWriteProtect
        0x4E:   EnableRGBEDIDWriteProtect
        0x4F:   ControlPDPVaVs
        0x50:   ControlPDP5VOnOff
        0x51:   ControlPDPLedW1OnOff
        0x52:   ControlPDPLedW2OnOff
        0x53:   ControlRelay
        0x54:   ControlVideoSwitch
        0x55:   EnableBT
        0x56:   ResetBT
        0x57:   VregCtrlBT
        0x58:   EnableOPC
        0x59:   SelectBTAudioswitch
        0x5A:   EnableLEDDemo
        0x5B:   EnableSerialTSBuffer
        0x5C:   EnablePowerEN
        0x5D:   _GPIO_CtrlLedG
        0x5E:   _GPIO_CtrlLedR
        0x5F:   _GPIO_CtrlLNA2
        0x60:   _GPIO_CtrlRFSwitch
        0x61:   EnableUSBCtrl
        0x62:   Reset USB Hub
        0x63:   Tuner Reset
        0x64:   STuner Reset
        0x65:   LVDS Select
        0x66:   LED Local Dimming IC Reset
        0x67:   WirelessReadySwitchCtrl
        0x68:   WirelessReadyPowerCtrl
        0x69:   Saturn7 Tcon DPM
        0x6A:   Saturn7 Tcon DPM
        0x6B:   Channel Browser Reset
        0x6C:   CHB BOOSTER CTRL
        0x6D:   TW9910 Reset
        0x6E:   Reset for CHB Tuner
        0x6F:   Reset for SP RF Module
        0x70:   CHB RF SWITCH CTRL
        0x71:   Micom ScartMute Ctrl
        0x72:   NAND Flash Write Protect Ctrl
        0x73:   Select CI_SEL
        0x74:   FMTUP Set nCS
        0x75:   FMTUP Set DCLK
        0x76:   FMTUP Set ASDI
        0x77:   LG8300 Reset
        0x78:   Control 3D Mode
        0x79:   Control FPGA PORT DOWN
        0x7A:   Switch RS232 Module/Motion
        0x7B:   Debug Clock for SP RF Module
        0x7C:   Debug Data for SP RF Module
        0xFF:   [Exit from This Menu]
=============================================
Enter Command : 0x78
< Choose 1(Enable) or 0(Disable) >
Set Value 1 : 1
Set Value 2 : (leave blank)


-nony

Tried all this with no success, i'm currently on version 4.03.13. Perhaps the problem is that i can't change from Release to debug in the In-Start menu.

Any ideas on how to enable the debug option? Also i have no SH option.

Really running out of options.
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Tried all this with no success, i'm currently on version 4.03.13. Perhaps the problem is that i can't change from Release to debug in the In-Start menu.

Any ideas on how to enable the debug option? Also i have no SH option.

Really running out of options.

Seth2010, you really need to be more specific, so that others can try to replicate your trials.

Kindly answer my revised questions to you in post #1355 above. Also, you haven't reported the detailed results of test1. Do you have a magic motion remote to test with?

To change to DEBUG StatusMode from RELEASE, you should write a 0x3 at address 0x186 as detailed below, but only attempt this if the current value at address 0x186 is 0x5, so do a read byte first to verify this.
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==========  [NVM Debug Menu]  ============
 Basic DB size(12043/0x2f0b)

    NVM header  : offset(0x0000), size(   16/0x0010)
    TNVM_MAGIC  : offset(0x0010), size(    4/0x0004)
    System Data : offset(0x0014), size(  376/0x0178)
    Analog      : offset(0x018c), size(  832/0x0340)
    Tool Option : offset(0x04cc), size(  128/0x0080)
    Factory DB  : offset(0x054c), size(  288/0x0120)
    SUMODE WB   : offset(0x066c), size(  128/0x0080)
    ModelInfo DB: offset(0x06ec), size(   48/0x0030)
    Preserve DB : offset(0x071c), size(   16/0x0010)
    EMP(For DRM): offset(0x072c), size(  128/0x0080)
    SWU,SSU,NSU : offset(0x07ac), size( 4096/0x1000)
    MHP         : offset(0x17ac), size( 4171/0x104b)
    MICOM       : offset(0x27f7), size(  128/0x0080)
    THX DB      : offset(0x2877), size(   68/0x0044)
    NEW_FACTORY_DB: offset(0x28bb), size(   64/0x0040)
    NETLOG_DB   : offset(0x28fb), size(  804/0x0324)
    TMP_CPLIST_DB: offset(0x2c1f), size(  700/0x02bc)
    MAC ADDRESS DB: offset(0x2edb), size(   32/0x0020)
    TMP_UI_DB   : offset(0x2efb), size(   16/0x0010)
 Extend DB size(187880/0x2dde8)

    UI_Registry : offset(0x2f0b), size(38888/0x97e8)
    UI_Exp_Regs : offset(0xc6f3), size(33792/0x8400)
    Channel DB  : offset(0x14af3), size(115200/0x1c200)
==========================================

        0x01: Read Byte
        0x02: Write Byte
        0x10: Clear NVM
        0x11: Fill Block
        0x12: Read Block
        0x13: Write Block
        0x20: DB Size
        0xFF: Exit from this menu

==========================================

Enter command: 0x2

Addr: 0x186
Data: 0x3
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hi nony,

Sorry mate, didn't mean to be rude, was replying using my phone.

This is the process i'm following and i hope it answers some of your questions.


Ok, here is a detailed procedure that I am following.

1. 3D menus are enabled and working.

2. I can only try 2D to 3D or Side by side 3D on ESPNS 3D channel.

3. Glasses wont sync, sometimes I will get flickering, the reboot method is hit and miss and so far I haven't been able to find a procedure to get them flickering.
a. On/off on the glasses does nothing
b. 2d to 3d mode, glasses do nothing
c. 3d ESPN, glasses do nothing

4. Next I connect using putty or tera term.

5. F9 and F10 to enter the debug menu 1:debugMain $

6. Type 1:debugMain $ orgm

7. 2:ORG MAIN $ 30

============ [GPIO Debug Menu] ==============
0x01: Read GPIO Port
0x02: Write GPIO Port
0x03: [GPIO Read Function Menu]
0x04: [GPIO Write Function Menu]
0x05: [GPIO H/W OPTION]
0xFF: [Exit from This Menu]
=============================================

Enter Command : 0x1
Port Index (Decimal) : 128

==== [ 5646.093:Keyboard] =========================================
Warning at CMNIO_GPIO_GetInputPort()@cmnio/cmnio_gpio_ddi.c:891
----------------------------------------------------------------------
port 128 is not registered in GPIO TABLE as Input!!!!
============================================================ ==========
Data : 0

8. Doing a read for port 128, 130 and 131 retuns 0 on all.

9. I try to write:

Enter Command : 0x2
Port Index (Decimal) : 128
Data : 1

10. I repeat the process for both port 130 and 131 but when reading back the value it still reports as 0
The MMR report always works regardless of what value I try to input.

11. Also this Is the output on 0x05:

Enter Command : 0x5
------------------------------------------
H/W Option is enabled (14)
------------------------------------------
[GPIO] FRC: 1, FRC1: 0
- NO FRC(00), BCM Internal(01), LG FRC2(10), URSA5(11)
- OSA_MD_GetFRCChipType: 9

[GPIO] FHD Support : 1
- OSA_MD_GetDisplayResolution: 7865400
- [1920x1080:7865400, 1366x768:5595904]

[GPIO] OLED Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportOLED: 0

[GPIO] T2 Tuner Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportT2: 0

[GPIO] S Tuner Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportSatellite: 0

[GPIO] MHP Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportMHP: 0

------------------------------------------

<<< Press AnyKey >>>
------------------------------------

So at the moment I can't complete Test 1, in Release mode or debug mode, not sure how to register the input on the GPIO table.
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hi nony,

Sorry mate, didn't mean to be rude, was replying using my phone.

This is the process i'm following and i hope it answers some of your questions.


Ok, here is a detailed procedure that I am following.

1. 3D menus are enabled and working.

2. I can only try 2D to 3D or Side by side 3D on ESPNS 3D channel.

3. Glasses wont sync, sometimes I will get flickering, the reboot method is hit and miss and so far I haven’t been able to find a procedure to get them flickering.
a. On/off on the glasses does nothing
b. 2d to 3d mode, glasses do nothing
c. 3d ESPN, glasses do nothing

4. Next I connect using putty or tera term.

5. F9 and F10 to enter the debug menu ” 1:debugMain $”

6. Type ” 1:debugMain $ orgm”

7. 2:ORG MAIN $ 30

============ [GPIO Debug Menu] ==============
0x01: Read GPIO Port
0x02: Write GPIO Port
0x03: [GPIO Read Function Menu]
0x04: [GPIO Write Function Menu]
0x05: [GPIO H/W OPTION]
0xFF: [Exit from This Menu]
=============================================

Enter Command : 0x1
Port Index (Decimal) : 128

==== [ 5646.093:Keyboard] =========================================
Warning at CMNIO_GPIO_GetInputPort()@cmnio/cmnio_gpio_ddi.c:891
----------------------------------------------------------------------
port 128 is not registered in GPIO TABLE as Input!!!!
============================================================ ==========
Data : 0

8. Doing a read for port 128, 130 and 131 retuns “0” on all.

9. I try to write:

Enter Command : 0x2
Port Index (Decimal) : 128
Data : 1

10. I repeat the process for both port 130 and 131 but when reading back the value it still reports as “0”
The MMR report always works regardless of what value I try to input.

11. Also this Is the output on 0x05:

Enter Command : 0x5
------------------------------------------
H/W Option is enabled (14)
------------------------------------------
[GPIO] FRC: 1, FRC1: 0
- NO FRC(00), BCM Internal(01), LG FRC2(10), URSA5(11)
- OSA_MD_GetFRCChipType: 9

[GPIO] FHD Support : 1
- OSA_MD_GetDisplayResolution: 7865400
- [1920x1080:7865400, 1366x768:5595904]

[GPIO] OLED Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportOLED: 0

[GPIO] T2 Tuner Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportT2: 0

[GPIO] S Tuner Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportSatellite: 0

[GPIO] MHP Support : 0
- OSA_MD_IsSupportMHP: 0

------------------------------------------

<<< Press AnyKey >>>
------------------------------------
So at the moment I can’t complete Test 1, in Release mode or debug mode, not sure how to register the input on the GPIO table.

Looks like you have completed test1, but not as specified above. Don't attempt to read back the ports.

Keep in mind that if ports 128, 130, and 131 are registered by the system software as outputs, you cannot do a read on them, and if you do, the data returned will be bogus, and as you noticed, you will get back a warning.

The purpose of this test is to prove that these ports have physical continuity to the emitter. Writing a "1" to any of these ports should temporarily disable your magic motion remote if there is continuity. When the mmr is disabled, you will not be able to get a cursor when you hit the [enter] button.

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It seems I don't have continuity on these ports. Writing a value of 1 never disables the mmr.

I can however disable the mmr by going into option j2 in the org menu and activating the 3D FP Emitter Start, this however only disables the mmr but does not sync the glasses.

2:ORG MAIN $ j2

************** Space Pointer Firmware ***************
1. Debug init
2. Read version
3. Get Chip ID
4. SP Module Reset pin Low
5. SP Module Reset pin High
6. Read SFR
7. SP Module Chip Erasing
8. SP Module PRogramming
9. Read NET ID
B. 3D FP Emitter Start
C. 3D FP Emitter Stop
ff. Exit
*****************************************************

Enter command: 0xB

Any thoughts on what to try next?

For some reason I have a feeling it may be a firmware limitation. Only if there was a way to load a US firmware on an AU tv.
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It seems I don't have continuity on these ports. Writing a value of 1 never disables the mmr.

I can however disable the mmr by going into option j2 in the org menu and activating the 3D FP Emitter Start, this however only disables the mmr but does not sync the glasses.

2:ORG MAIN $ j2

************** Space Pointer Firmware ***************
1. Debug init
2. Read version
3. Get Chip ID
4. SP Module Reset pin Low
5. SP Module Reset pin High
6. Read SFR
7. SP Module Chip Erasing
8. SP Module PRogramming
9. Read NET ID
B. 3D FP Emitter Start
C. 3D FP Emitter Stop
ff. Exit
*****************************************************

Enter command: 0xB

Any thoughts on what to try next?

For some reason I have a feeling it may be a firmware limitation. Only if there was a way to load a US firmware on an AU tv.

3D EmitterStart (B.) disables both my mmr and glasses sync until I sequence through (C.) 3D Emiiter Stop. - which is so very counterintuitive.

Perhaps there is a way to load the US version of the code that is stored in the emitter chip.

From the j2 menu what is your Chip ID? You need to hit Debug Init before CHIP ID to get back the actual value. On my set its CHIP ID = 129, Rev. = 4.

And looking at my startup log, I see that I'm running -
freespaceMotionEngine version 0.3.8.

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3D EmitterStart (B.) disables both my mmr and glasses sync until I sequence through (C.) 3D Emiiter Stop. - which is so very counterintuitive.

Perhaps there is a way to load the US version of the code that is stored in the emitter chip.

From the j2 menu what is your Chip ID? You need to hit Debug Init before CHIP ID to get back the actual value. On my set its CHIP ID = 129, Rev. = 4.

And looking at my startup log, I see that I'm running -
freespaceMotionEngine version 0.3.8.

-nony

Chip ID = 129 , Rev. = 4
Same as yours not sure what motion engine it is.

Here is some more info:

2:ORG MAIN $ 2

Repository : gp3
Platform : bcm35230
Region : AU
Revision : 59074
------------------------------
Event : 04(DV)
SW 1st Ver : 03
SW 2nd Ver : 10
Hardware Ver : 01
Micom : V3.21.8
2nd boot : 1.02.80
kernel : 1.00.67
rootfs : 1.00.19
------------------------------
MODEL NAME : 55LW9500-TA
COMPILE USER : taewook.kang@swfarm-l22
COMPILE DATE : Nov 12 2011
COMPILE TIME : 10:25:45
EDBMS VERSION : 0x2
OS RELEASE :
OS VERSION :
------------------------------
boot-logo : YES
FRC : 9
mini-LVDS : NO
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