|Post 1 made on Wednesday November 5, 2003 at 01:15|
First I'm new to these forums so let me say Hello.
Well after reviewing all the threads here it seems some
are having my same problems. I have the latest updates first thing. Im using a custom CCF, custom bitmaps etc.
Here is the problem;
Regardless of how i set the Ipronto to wake back up
Power and Touch
Power and Touch and Shake
Also the time to turn off makes no difference
Also if it is being charged or unplugged makes no difference
Unplugged the battery, again makes no difference
none of these turn the unit back on.
ONLY the reset switch will turn it back on.
This is completely unacceptable, my client has been through 3 other learning remotes and he wants a large screen, and i don't want to have to go to a Crestron at its cost. The Ipronto is perfect for me if it will just turn on!
|Post 2 made on Wednesday November 5, 2003 at 07:49 |
I had a few problems with my iPronto on Monday. I couldn't get the remote to wake up from standby to demonstrate it to someone. It was quite embarassing, as it looked as if I had wasted £1300 on something that didn't work.
From what I could see on Philips website, they suggest that the problem was that I had pressed another button while it was booting up. After using the reset button to get it back up and running, and being patient while it did the initial Boot, I haven't had any problems at all with it. It now starts up fairly quickly each time i go to use it, possibly a few seconds delay while it wakes up.
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