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Zgemma H7: HDMI-CEC and deep standby

HDMI-CEC deep-standby

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#1 Pr2

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Posted 2 February 2019 - 10:05

Hi,

 

My setup is set to: Start in standby YES

 

And if I enable the option HDMI-CEC consider deep-standby as standby when I turned the box into stand-by the TV is set in standby thanks to HDMI-CEC which is nice. (if it is disabled the TV is not set into standby).

But with this option enabled when the box is in deep-standby and that I turn it on, the TV is wake-up to be immediately set back into stand-by (which is not nice and probably not so good for the TV neither).

 

Can you please improve the logic, so that when  "consider deep-standy as standby" is set and when "start in standby" is set to yes  then don't wake-up the TV?

 

Thanks,

 

Pr2

 

P.S.: I normally don't use deep standby so I don't know if this bug is specific to Zgemma H7 or generic to all STB using these 2 options together.

 


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