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    USB Powers Up daily at fixed time (5:35, 5:40, ...)

    I have question why the Philips Smart TV (PFL5507) spontaneously powers-on the USB-bus daily at certain fixed timings. Is it to check if there is a USB stick present with Firmware on it ???

    My problem with it is as follows:

    I have connected a Raspberry PI device via USB. This device has XBMC installed.
    Every morning at 5:35 the USB powers on, the Raspberry PI starts booting and the XBMC activates, then HDMI signal wakes up the TV with Image + Sound .... ==> Problem: My Sleep is disturbed !

    I can't find where to control the power-up of the USB,

    Is there anyone who knows ?

    Very much Appreciated !

    PS. Besides, The Rapberry PI with XBIAN as XBMC is very working very well ! Even the Remote Control works excellent via EasyLink ! I can recommend this to anyone.
    Last edited by harry_z; 01-11-2013 at 05:10 PM.

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