Originally Posted by teiresias
Does pressing In-Stop not give a prompt first to confirm you want to do the reset?
LOL, no. It's an LG engineer function, not a consumer function.
I've never pushed it, but I find it a bit crazy that In-Stop is automatically available as a TOUCHSCREEN button when you add the TV to a Harmony Remote (the ones that have a touchscreen anyway).
It's not crazy at all, you are not understanding
. A Service Remote is only supposed to be available to qualified and fully-trained LG engineers. Just because someone's stolen the IR codes for all these features, and added them to a Harmony file, doesn't change any
of that. It's the same as when I buy "LG service remote" from Amazon. I am 100% responsible for anything I do with it. I'm not supposed to have it in the first place.
If it helps, imagine that it's a knife that doesn't have a warning saying "do not press against skin".
. The problem isn't the lack of a warning. It's someone playing with knives after already being told they were dangerous, and having access to knives.
I'm sure it should be possible to remove that button from the Harmony menus - which I recommend anyone would do if they have that system.