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Hello friends in misfortune Wink
sorry for my english, this is not my native language
I have a similar problem, I will describe in more detail:
TV = Philips 42PFL6877T support HDMI CEC (EazyLink = Enable)
Raspberry Pi 3B + (XBian 18.1) on HDMI1
HDMI 2.0 cable
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Settings -> System -> Input Devices -> Peripherals -> CEC adapter
libCEC 4.0.4 default settings - when you turn on the TV rpi3 does not turn on, the same situation when you turn off.
If I add: "When you turn off the TV RPi3 = Turn off", then when you turn off the TV, RPi3 turns off, but when you turn on the TV, RPi3 does not turn on
how to make RPi3 turn on when you turn on the TV
I tried to change the value of the physical address (ignore the HDMI port number) = 1. The same...
(5th Mar, 2019 01:28 AM)dvv06 Wrote: [ -> ]Hello friends in misfortune Wink
sorry for my english, this is not my native language
I have a similar problem, I will describe in more detail:
TV = Philips 42PFL6877T support HDMI CEC (EazyLink = Enable)
Raspberry Pi 3B + (XBian 18.1) on HDMI1
HDMI 2.0 cable
--------------------------------------
Settings -> System -> Input Devices -> Peripherals -> CEC adapter
libCEC 4.0.4 default settings - when you turn on the TV rpi3 does not turn on, the same situation when you turn off.
If I add: "When you turn off the TV RPi3 = Turn off", then when you turn off the TV, RPi3 turns off, but when you turn on the TV, RPi3 does not turn on
how to make RPi3 turn on when you turn on the TV
I tried to change the value of the physical address (ignore the HDMI port number) = 1. The same...

Simple answer: You can't power on Pi via CEC, power off AKA shutdown is possible only
clearly, thank you, just read what was turned on and off with the remote control from the TV, but apparently I misunderstood
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