Posts by gebruikerh

    tomtomclub,


    Thanks for your reply. But try a new tv or new kabel as older builds on the same RPI and other RPI works?
    It look more like a problem of the CEC driver in the new kodi builds..But I'm not good enough the rebuild that CEC driver or change it..


    If somebody can talk me trough I would be happy to do it.

    Hi, I have posted my own tread but it seems it the same issue. So I will post my reply here.
    I just tested serveral build.


    Libreelec with kodi 16.1 -> CEC (marked als pulse) doens't work with my RPI 3 and sharp tv
    Opeelec with kodi 16.1 -> CEC (marked als pulse) doens't work with my RPI 3 and sharp tv
    Opeelec with kodi 15.1 -> CEC (marked a differente CEC adaptor) works with my RPI3 and sharp TV. And also work with my RPI 1


    So it looks like there is problem with > 16.1 maybe there an option change the CEC adaptor? Or something else?
    I now need two remotes again instead of my (extra) smartphone remote...If you need any log let me know.


    One more thing...kodi sees all my adaptors only doesnt work on the first to options.


    Kind regards

    Ok thanks i will try that one.


    Also try to install openelec on my RPI3 and see if the same problem is there. As i'm now using a RPI1 to compaire (Still the same tv..)

    Hi Gerald,


    Thanks for reply, maybe I explain it incorrectly. Libreelec has selected it as pulse CEC adaptor, maybe I need to somehow chang it?
    But I have no idea how I should do that.


    Thanks in advance for your reply.


    Kind Regards,


    hendrik

    Hi All,


    In the past I always have used openelec. But some noticed me that libreelec was beter and quicker one.
    And I must agree on that. It's easer and faster.


    The only problem I have is that on my RPI3 the CEC (give as sofware Pulse adaptor, general install) doesn't work on Libreelec. If I use the openelec options it works out of the box, with same options. Does anybody any idea's?


    thanks in advance for your reply.


    Kind Regards,


    Hendrik