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    A not recognized NTFS filesystem is very probably...

    A not recognized NTFS filesystem is very probably a firmware problem.

    "USB 3.0 specifications require 0.9 A bus power" was an answer to "no external power since it's a (USB 3.0) stick".
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    The USB 3.0 specifications are defining 5V 0.9...

    The USB 3.0 specifications are defining 5V 0.9 ampere max. for bus powered devices.

    The USB 2.0 specs are demanding 0.5 ampere max. bus power. So many USB 3.0 mass storage devices are...
  3. Enable "Show threads from the... Last Year" in...

    Enable "Show threads from the... Last Year" in "Forum: TV: USB-recording" and you will see.

    Philips will have to decide whether the minimum recording speed is
    30MBps (30 MByte/second) as...
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    Sticky: IMHO the USB recording feature wasn't implemented...

    IMHO the USB recording feature wasn't implemented according to the technical specifications of real USB sticks and harddisks which are sold e.g. by Amazon. IMHO noteworthing buffering memory is...
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    Sticky: Philips has implemented USB recording with high...

    Philips has implemented USB recording with high hardware requirements, specified in the user manuals:
    Capacity of 32 GB and above and a write speed of 30 MB / second.
    The capacity of most "32 GB...
  6. The exact 32GB limit IMHO has no strict technical...

    The exact 32GB limit IMHO has no strict technical reasons. A handful missing GB - and so much unnecessary topics in this forum. If Philips wants satisfied customers such a peanut should be upgraded...
  7. You will have to apply an USB Stick with 32 GB...

    You will have to apply an USB Stick with 32 GB capacity or more - not less. As written in User Manual.

    Have tested a Sharkoon Flexi-Drive Accelerate Duo 64GB here. Works with addittional USB 3.0...
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    A 2,5" harddisk should be able to spin up in some...

    A 2,5" harddisk should be able to spin up in some 10 seconds. --> less than 64 MByte RAM, if you want to buffer a full satellite bouqet with 50Mbit/s. Very tiny, nowadays.

    Generally time shift...
  9. My english isn't perfect, too. :D Philips uses...

    My english isn't perfect, too. :D

    Philips uses an ext2 filesystem (from the Linux world) for DVB recording on USB mass storage. And encrypts the recordings so that they are readable only on the TV...
  10. Channel number discontinuities

    My TV: 42PFL7456K/02, Firmware 14.93.0, DVB-C (Unitymedia)

    I want to renumber the most viewed channels with userfriendly numbers (e.g. 1 to 30). Unfortunately the favourite lists doesn't support...
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    500GB --> 2.5" external drive, powered by USB? ...

    500GB --> 2.5" external drive, powered by USB?

    There are compatibility issues between USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 devices, even if every printed or online advertising claims "backward compatibility". Some...
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    Keyboard and mouse of "Microsoft Wireless Desktop...

    Keyboard and mouse of "Microsoft Wireless Desktop 800" with german keyboard layout seem to work with the 42PFL7456.

    The "Wireless Desktop 800" is cheap made, for casual use. The keys are labeled...
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    Since the introduction of Blue Ray Disc that is a...

    Since the introduction of Blue Ray Disc that is a joke. Just as it is a joke to limit filenames to 100 characters when browsing files on a Linux or Windows PC. Just as it is a joke to implement such...
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    Other browsers, other features

    Chromium / google chrome does not enable cookies for local files. So on every application start from local harddisk you'll have to enter the TV's IP address. Or enable cookies for local files with...
  15. mkv aspect ratio

    1. The firmware doesn't correct the "mkv aspect ratio" issue. A video file with display aspect ratio of 2.x:1 is displayed "full screen" (e.g. 16:9 on my 42PFL7456K/02).

    1. I am missing an...
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    @netdata: All buttons of the virtual remote...

    @netdata:
    All buttons of the virtual remote seem to be fully functionally.
    With Ubuntu 10.10 / Firefox 9.01 keyboard shortcuts are not accepted (yet?).

    The TV Channel drop-down list is nearly...
  17. 42PFL7456K/02 updated from Q5551-0.14.84.0 to...

    42PFL7456K/02 updated from Q5551-0.14.84.0 to Q5551-0.14.93.0

    1. Sometimes / after cold boot via mains switch: Some 20 seconds after "On" via remote the TV goes to standby.

    Rem.: I have...
  18. A (cheap) workaround might be an USB extension...

    A (cheap) workaround might be an USB extension cable.
  19. exFAT was introduced with Windows Embedded CE 6.0...

    exFAT was introduced with Windows Embedded CE 6.0 as a proprietary filesystem by Microsoft. It is supported e.g. by Windows Vista SP1 and later as filesystem optimized for flash storage media.

    The...
  20. And the USB keyboard (Microsoft Wireless Desktop...

    And the USB keyboard (Microsoft Wireless Desktop 800) is ignored. E.g. the wetter.com - app is accepting keystrokes from USB KB.


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    42PFL4756K/02 FW Q5551-0.14.84.0
  21. For media playing "jump to" and/or "skip nn...

    For media playing "jump to" and/or "skip nn minutes forward/backwards" are essential features.

    BTW / Media player user Interface (e.g. 42PSL7456K/02, FW Q5551-0.14.84.0):
    - Not only the current...
  22. One of several reasons for the ghosts in the...

    One of several reasons for the ghosts in the machine (42PFL7456K/02) seemed to be the setting for "automatische Senderaktualisierung" (Update channel list / Automatic update). After deactivating this...
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    My guess: 30 MB/s should read 30 Mb/s (Megabit...

    My guess: 30 MB/s should read 30 Mb/s (Megabit per second) here. Hi-Speed (USB 2.0) data rate is 480 Mbit/second brutto. Typical sustainable write speeds for external hard drives with USB 2.0...
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