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daemon_byte

pull up the pictures without the text when hdmi unplugged

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Hi,

I don't know if this was asked before but I couldn't find it. When my set top box is turned off the hdmi 1 channel rotates through a serious of pictures in frames with the message "no signal". Is there any way to get the TV to show those pictures either without the no signal message or by opening up a specific app? 

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37 minutes ago, daemon_byte said:

Hi,

I don't know if this was asked before but I couldn't find it. When my set top box is turned off the hdmi 1 channel rotates through a serious of pictures in frames with the message "no signal". Is there any way to get the TV to show those pictures either without the no signal message or by opening up a specific app? 

Having the TV open a specific app instead of the TV tuner is a much requested feature by forum member.  I do not think anyone has come up with a solution as yet, hopefully if my recollection is faulty someone will chime in.

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