September 23, 2020 at 11:58 PM #41488
Issue #1: Every time I turn on the OSSC I have to go through the remote setup. The remote configuration is not being saved apparently. Anybody having this issue?
Issue #2: SDcard port doesn’t recognize cards, it says there are no cards inserted. I checked the solder points and I have no bridges.
Issue #3: Button 1 and 2 on the board are not working, I check the solder points and they seem to be fine, no bridges.
Issue #4: As I switch the line doubling on the OSSC I don’t get that feedback on the top left corner of the screen showing which resolution I currently have, I can only see that on the OSSC LCD screen.
Other than the issues above the OSSC works very well, I’m able to use the remote and connect it to game consoles, video signal looks fantastic.
If any of you experienced any of the issues above and found a solution, please let me know!
September 25, 2020 at 4:13 PM #41514
- This topic was modified 4 weeks ago by Ricardo Santos.
#1 Make sure you save settings after doing the remote setup.
#2-3 Almost all SD cards should be supported on recent firmwares. Have you verified connectivity between SD socket / buttons and FPGA?
#4 You might need to increase “OSD status display” timeout under settings menu if it takes longer for your display to sync. If you swtich via menu instead of remote hotkey, then the OSD is disabled during exit. However, the displayed input stats shouldn’t really change with LM mode, only when the source changes a mode.September 25, 2020 at 6:45 PM #41526
Hi marqs, thanks for helping out, really appreciated.
– When you say “save settings” you mean saving profile settings? Or there’s another way to save settings?
– How do I verify connectivity between the SDcard port and the FPGA?September 26, 2020 at 5:24 AM #41545
marqs, where are the remote settings saved? is it on sdcard? if yes, then I’m in trouble, like I said, the SDport is not recognizing any cardsSeptember 26, 2020 at 9:42 AM #41549
Remote settings are saved to internal flash as part of general settings once any profile is saved. You can verify connections e.g. with a multimeter continuity check function.September 28, 2020 at 10:43 PM #41611
I saved a profile but it’s still asking me to setup the remote every time I turn it on.September 29, 2020 at 7:17 PM #41636
It if prompts for RC setup each time at power-on, you have BTN1 line shorted to GND or forgot to install pull-up resistor for the button.September 30, 2020 at 4:59 AM #41673
Hi marqs, thanks for the tip. I looked at the components around the BTN1 and turns out I had soldered SD05-7 at D4 on the wrong polarity. After I fixed that the OSSC started to power up properly without prompting the RC setup. BTN1 still doesn’t seem to do anything when I press it but BTN2 started working. However, I don’t care about the buttons now that the remote works properly.
The only thing left to fix is the SDcard port, it keeps saying there’s no sdcard on the slot, I already tried 2 different cards and nothing changes. I don’t really know how to test continuity for this. Maybe I messed up the component? I can order another one to see if that’s the case.
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