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15 March 2017
Author:
Bert De Latter
Installation Manual
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xxHFL7011T/12

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  • Page 1 Get support at http://www.philips.com/support/ http://philipshtv.supportsystem.com/ Installation Manual xxHFL5011T/12 xxHFL7011T/12 Status: Approved version Version: Date: 15 March 2017 Author: Bert De Latter...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents General information ........................- 4 - Notice ..........................- 4 - Help and support ......................... - 4 - Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations ................- 5 - How to navigate, open menu’s and make selections ............- 5 - Requirements before starting the installation of a TV ..............
  • Page 3 6.4.1 Channel Settings ......................- 24 - 6.4.2 Feature Settings ......................- 25 - 6.4.3 Sound Settings ......................- 26 - 6.4.4 Picture Settings ......................- 27 - 6.4.5 Subtitles ........................- 28 - 6.4.6 Ambilight Settings ..................... - 28 - 6.4.7 Region And Language Settings ..................
  • Page 4 10.4 Blank/Non-blank channels ....................- 74 - Manage Apps ......................... - 75 - Manage MyChoice ......................... - 76 - 12.1 How does it work ....................... - 76 - 12.2 How to configure MyChoice ....................- 76 - Guest Menu ........................... - 78 - 13.1 Home menu / Default dashboard ..................
  • Page 5: General Information

    TP Vision Belgium NV cannot be held responsible neither for any errors in the content of this document nor for any problems as a result of the content in this document. Errors reported to Philips will be adapted and published on the Philips support website as soon as possible.
  • Page 6: Definitions, Acronyms And Abbreviations

    DVB-C: Digital Video Broadcasting - Cable HTTP: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol HTV: Hotel Television Infrared JAPIT: JSON API for TV is the API specification to control the Philips TV LCN: Logical Channel Number Megabyte MHz: Megahertz OSD: On Screen Display...
  • Page 7: Requirements Before Starting The Installation Of A Tv

    2. Requirements before starting the installation of a TV Before starting the installation, make sure that you have everything you need at hand. You need a USB device and a remote control. 2.1 Remote control 2.1.1 Master remote control 22AV8573 or 22AV9573A 2.1.2 Guest remote control 22AV1505B (IR) - 6 -...
  • Page 8: Accessory Remote Controls

    2.1.3 Accessory remote controls 22AV1604A 22AV1601A 22AV1507A Healthcare RC Easy RC Bluetooth RC 2.1.4 How to pair a bluetooth remote control There are two ways to pair the bluetooth remote control with the TV:  Via the professional menu: [Professional settings] [Advanced] [Input Control] [Bluetooth Remote Control] [Pair] ...
  • Page 9: How To Setup The Easy Rc

    You can also use this RC for multi RC. More details can be found in the ‘Professional settings’ chapter. You can program this RC in the same way as the guest RC. 2.1.6 How to setup the Easy RC The RC can be used in both RC5 and RC6 mode, meaning that it can be used for all TV’s. By default the RC is in RC6 mode (for 301x/501x/701x TV’s).
  • Page 10: Professional Settings Menu

    ‘master RC’ 2.3 Software upgrade For the best guest experience it is highly recommended to use the latest software version available. Go to: http://www.philips.com/support/  Select your country, enter the model number and download the latest software version available ...
  • Page 11: Clone Folder Structure

    2.4 Clone folder structure Below you can find the menu structure of a clone file. The content of this will be the same between xxHFL5011 and xxHFL7011 except the folder name in the root of the USB device. This also means that you can clone the data from xxHFL5011 in xxHFL7011 and vice versa by renaming folder name in the root of the USB device.
  • Page 12: Find Out The State Of The Tv

    3. Find out the state of the TV It is important to know if a TV is in Virgin mode (out of the box) or installed before. 3.1 Virgin mode If you can see below screen, you know that the TV is in ‘out of the box’ state and you can install the set by using procedure described in chapter ‘Virgin installation wizard’...
  • Page 13: Enable The Professional Settings

    Professional settings ON: Professional settings OFF: 3.2.1 Enable the Professional Settings Open the [Professional Settings] menu.  Go to [Advanced], select [Professional Mode] and select [On]. Confirm with “OK”  Press “Back” until you exit the [Professional settings] menu  You will see a notification that the TV needs to restart to apply some settings ...
  • Page 14: Reinstall Tv

    Depending on your country selection you might need to enter the PIN code set in the TV  The TV will show a waiting animation  The TV will reboot and you will see the Philips logo  The red RC led will be blinking ...
  • Page 15: Reinstall Via A Script In The Clone File

    4.1 Reinstall via a script in the clone file To automatically reinstall the TV, load a new clone file and load new SW you can use this script. In the ‘MasterCloneData’ folder you can add a folder called ‘Script’. In this folder you have to put a script called ‘Script.xml’.
  • Page 16: Virgin Installation Wizard

    5. Virgin installation wizard When you have a new TV it will, out of the box, be in virgin mode. This means that you will have to go through the virgin installation wizard to do the first settings of the TV. 5.1 Instant Initial Cloning (IIC) 5.1.1 Virgin installation...
  • Page 17 Note: If multiple clone files are on a USB device, the “MasterCloneData” will be used for cloning  During this process you will see following: o Detection of the Software and Clone file o SW upgrade will start o After the downloading phase you will see that the SW upgrade will start. During this process you will see that android is installing the system update and some other waiting animations.
  • Page 18: Settings During Virgin Installation

    o The Cloning upgrade from USB will start and you can see the progress until successful o If you don’t press “OK”, the TV will go to standby after 30 minutes. You can press “OK” to close the overview screen, the installation is done and you can start using the TV. If a clone file and/or software is sent out over IP or RF the same process will happen automatically.
  • Page 19  Select your Default Picture Style  It is recommended to select [Natural] instead of [Standard] for a better brightness  Enable Professional mode, only when this is enabled your TV can be used as a hospitality TV  Enter a Room ID or leave it to 00000 ...
  • Page 20: Professional Settings

    6. Professional Settings In this chapter you can find back more information about all professional settings that can be changed. To start you have to open the [Professional Settings] menu. 6.1 Store settings in the Professional Settings menu Several settings will be applied immediately once you change the settings without a reboot. For some settings a reboot is still required.
  • Page 21: Upgrade And Clone

    6.3 Upgrade and Clone  Navigate to the [Upgrade and Clone] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left Note: Cloning and upgrading over IP or RF will happen automatically after the TV is in standby for 5 minutes when [Auto Upgrade and Clone] in the professional menu is set to [On]...
  • Page 22  Select the [Clone TV to USB] menu and open it  Using this you will be able to clone from the TV to the USB device  There are 2 submenus [Clone All except Apps] and [Clone All]  When opening these menu’s you will have the same screen as shown when selecting the [Clone USB to TV] menu ...
  • Page 23  Select the [Clone IP to TV] menu and open  Using this you will be able to clone to the TV over IP, this happens automatically when a clone has been assigned to the TV in CMND. Via this menu you can manually force an upgrade to happen ...
  • Page 24  Navigate to the [USB Cloning Settings] [USB Source Clone Folder] menu  When a USB device is connected you can see multiple clone files if they are available  You can select a clone and confirm via “OK”, now you can do the upgrade of the selected clone file via [Clone USB to TV] ...
  • Page 25: Switch On Settings

     Navigate to the [RF Upgrade Settings] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Frequency]: The frequency for CMND playout can be modified in this menu Note: Default this should be set to 498 MHz. If for some reason you need to change this frequency,...
  • Page 26: Feature Settings

     Navigate to the [Channel Settings] [Switch On Channel] menu and open it  You will see a list of channels followed by the external sources Note: The list you see in the screenshot is depending on the installed channels ...
  • Page 27: Sound Settings

     Navigate to the [Feature Settings] [Apps] menu and open it  You will see a list of the installed apps and you can select an app you want to show as switch on application Note: This menu is only accessible when [Apps] is selected in the [Switch On Feature] menu.
  • Page 28: Picture Settings

     Navigate to the [Sound Settings] [Bass] menu  Change the low tones by changing the slider value  When changing the value you should directly hear the changes (if audio is playing in the background)  Navigate to the [Sound Settings] [Treble] menu ...
  • Page 29: Subtitles

     Navigate to the [Picture Settings] [Colour] menu and open it  Navigate [Picture Settings] [Contrast] menu and open it  Navigate [Picture Settings] [Sharpness] menu and open it  Using a sliders in these menus you will be able to change the value 6.4.5 Subtitles ...
  • Page 30: Region And Language Settings

    o [Follow Colour]: The ambilight will change colors based your selection between [Hot Lava], [Deep Water], [Fresh Nature], [Warm White] or [Cool White] o [Follow App]: This item is always grayed out and cannot be selected  Navigate to the [Ambilight Settings] [Brightness] menu ...
  • Page 31: Eco Settings

    [Medium]: To change the brightness to the medium brightness o [Maximum]: To change the brightness to the maximum brightness Note: with the Philips logo brightness we mean the brightness on the Philips logo on the bottom of the screen. This is only available 32HFL5011 40HFL5011 6.4.9...
  • Page 32: Dashboard

    6.5 Dashboard  Navigate to the [Dashboard] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left  More details on how to create the Custom Dashboard can be found in the Custom Dashboard Do It Yourself Manual that you can get after signing an NDA ...
  • Page 33: Features

     Navigate to the [Custom Settings] menu Note: This menu is only accessible when [Custom] is selected in the [Mode] menu  You will see below items: o [Source]: You can select [Server] or [Local] as source for the custom dashboard o [Server Settings]: ...
  • Page 34  Navigate to the [Apps] menu  You will see below items: o [Mode]: You can put the Apps [Off], use only locally installed apps via [Local Apps] or have the SmartTV Apps from the server with the possibility of adding locally installed apps via [Local Apps and SmartTV Apps] o [Manage]: You will be able to manage the Applications, see chapter ‘Manage Apps’...
  • Page 35  Navigate to the [Weather App] menu  You will see below items: o [Off]: To disable the weather information in the default dashboard menu o [On]: To enable the weather information in the default dashboard menu Note: This requires the TV to be connected to the internet or to the CMND server (which should be connected to the internet) to be able to see weather info, also your [Premises...
  • Page 36 You can set the [Server URL] in case you use a separate server for the SmartInfo Note: [Brower settings] is only accessible when [Mode] is set to [Browser]  For more info see chapter ‘SmartInfo’  Navigate to the [MyChoice] menu Note: [MyChoice] is only accessible when [Dashboard] [Mode] is set to [Default] ...
  • Page 37  [Brightness at Low light]: Via a slider you can change the brightness with a low light input  [Brightness at Intense Light]: Via a slider you can change the brightness with an intense light input  [Light sensor Sensitivity]: Via a slider you can change the light sensor sensitivity Note: Above menus are only accessible when [External Clock] is set to [On]...
  • Page 38  Navigate to the [USB Auto Play] menu  You will see below items: o [Off]: From the moment a USB device is connected to the TV, no files will be played automatically o [On]: From the moment a USB device is connected to the TV, all playable files in the root from your USB device will automatically be played...
  • Page 39: Channels

    o You will see the battery status of the RC, the setting programmed in the RC (default = blue) and the setting in TV 6.7 Channels  Navigate to the [Channels] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left ...
  • Page 40  Navigate to the [Manage] menu  When opening this menu you will be able to manage the channels, you can use the “options” key to manage the channels  See chapter ‘Manage Channels’ for more details  Navigate to the [RF Channel Installation] menu ...
  • Page 41: Sources

    update, you can put this option [Off] or [On]  Navigate to the [Channel Settings] menu  You will see below items: o [EPG]:  [Enable]: You can enable EPG via [Yes] or disable it via [No]  [Source]: The EPG data can come [From the Internet] or [From the Broadcaster] Note: [Source] is only accessible...
  • Page 42  Navigate to the [Manage] menu  When opening this menu you will be able to manage the sources  You should get the same menu as Manage channels as this is the same channel list except that the highlight is on the first source ...
  • Page 43: Date And Time

    6.9 Date and Time  Navigate to the [Date and Time] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left  Navigate to the [Source] menu  You will see below items: o [Automatic Channels]: Date and time is received via broadcast channels o [Automatic NTP]: Date and time is received via the network...
  • Page 44  Navigate to the [NTP Settings] menu  You will see below items: o [NTP Source]: When selecting [Default] the TV will automatically look for the clock via the network, when [Custom NTP Server] is selected you will be able to set a custom NTP sever o [Custom NTP Server URL]: Set the link for a custom NTP Server URL ...
  • Page 45  Navigate to the [Automatic Daylight Savings] menu  You will see below items: o [Off]: Daylight saving time is disabled, no time correction will be applied while switching between winter and summer time o [On]: Daylight saving time is enabled ...
  • Page 46: Wireless And Networks

    6.10 Wireless and Networks 6.10.1 Network wizard  Navigate to the [Wireless and Networks] [Connect to Network] menu and open it  You will get the network wizard to connect to the network See chapter ‘Network installation wizard’ for more details about connecting to the network 6.10.2 Network settings ...
  • Page 47  Navigate to the [Network Type] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Wired]: Connect your TV wired to the network, this is NOT the yellow connector. The yellow connector is to be used for Serial Xpress o [Wireless]: Connect your TV wireless to the network o [WPS]: Connect your TV wireless to the...
  • Page 48: Network Features

     Navigate to the [Wake on LAN (WoL)] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Off]: Wake up over LAN is disabled o [On]: Wake up over LAN enables an external Server to wake up the TV from complete Standby (green) only over a wired network connection ...
  • Page 49  Navigate to the [Philips TV Remote App] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Enable]: Making connection possible with PTA is disabled via [Off] or enabled via [On] o [XTV]: XTV is a Philips proprietary protocol which allows TV control via mobile application.
  • Page 50: Network Control Tv Over Ip

     Navigate to the [Show Network Lost Message] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [No]: When the network connection is lost no messages will be shown to the user o [Yes]: When the network connection is lost a message will be shown to the user ...
  • Page 51 http://SmartInstall.org:8080/SmartInstall /webservices.jsp To get your TV’s detected in CMND you need to change ‘SmartInstall.org’ with the IP address of your CMND server. For example: http://1.2.3.4:8080/SmartInstall/webserv ices.jsp o [TVDiscoveryService]: Discovery Service is the Web Service through which a Web Server will detect the presence of TVs in the IP Network using the TV Serial Number and Production code (and other data).
  • Page 52: Advanced

    over IP via CMND, this can be put [Off] or [On] o [PMSService]: This will allow the PMS feature to communicate, this can be put [Off] or [On] 6.11 Advanced  Navigate to the [Advanced] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left ...
  • Page 53 unlock 3rd party apps. You can find the ID on www.geonames.org, search for your location, open it and check the location ID as marked in the screenshot on the left o [Premises Name]: This is the name that is seen in the top of the home menu ...
  • Page 54  Navigate to the [Input control] [Local Keyboard Control Lock] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Off]: All local keyboard buttons are enabled o [On]: All local keyboard buttons are disabled except for the power button o [All]: All local keyboard buttons are disabled including the power button Note: Local keyboard buttons are the...
  • Page 55  VSecure is the hospitality TV content scrambling mechanism (DRM). If you are interested to use it please contact the local Philips Hospitality sales representative. Note: You can download the certificate of the TV needed for generating the encrypted VSecure keys via [Load Keys to USB] or via JAPIT or via SerialXpress.
  • Page 56  Navigate to the [System Settings] [Clear User Data] menu and open it  You will see below items: o [Off]: User data will never be cleared o [Standby and PowerOn]: All guest user data (for example: changing menu settings, application cache, login...
  • Page 57: Picture

    6.12 Picture  Navigate to the [Picture] [Advanced] [Game or Computer] menu and open it Note: This menu will only be accessible when you are on a Source  You will see below items: o [Off]: For ideal picture settings if you don’t use the TV as a computer screen or game screen o [Game]: For ideal picture settings if you...
  • Page 58 o [Brightness]: Adjust the brightness of the picture via the slider o [Video Contrast]: Adjust the level of the contrast of the picture signal via the slider o [Light Sensor] This will enable or disable the adjustment of the backlight intensity, picture intensity...
  • Page 59: Sound

    6.13 Sound  Navigate to the [Sound] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left  Navigate to the[Maximum Volume] menu  Set the Maximum Volume by changing the slider value, this will be the maximum volume that a guest can set on the TV ...
  • Page 60  Navigate to the [Sound Management] [Headphone/Bathroom speakers] menu  You will see below items: o [Off]: No audio will be played via the Headphone/Bathroom speakers o [On]: Audio will be available via the Headphone/Bathroom speakers if they are connected ...
  • Page 61  Navigate to the [Advanced] menu  You will see below items: o [Surround Mode]: Select if the sound effect for the internal TV speakers should be [Stereo] or [Incredible Surround] o [Auto Volume Levelling]: Select [On] if you want to enable the level out volume differences or [Off] if you want to disable o [Clear Sound]: Select if you want to...
  • Page 62: Ambilight

    6.14 Ambilight  Navigate to the [Ambilight] [Advanced] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left Note: This menu will only be available in xxHFL7011 models  Navigate to the [Ambilight] [Advanced] [Wall Colour] menu ...
  • Page 63: Region And Language

    6.15 Region and Language  Navigate to the [Region and Language] [Languages] menu  You will see below items: o [Primary Audio]: Select the highest preference for audio language in broadcast o [Secondary Audio]: Select the next preference for audio language in broadcast o [Primary Subtitles]: Select the highest preference for subtitle language in...
  • Page 64: Android Settings

     Navigate to the [Hearing Impaired] menu  You will see below items: o [Off]: This will disable hearing impaired for adapted audio and subtitles if available o [On]: This will enable hearing impaired for adapted audio and subtitles if available ...
  • Page 65  Navigate to the [Manage Apps] menu  When you press “OK” you will be able to see all downloaded apps, system apps and running apps  See also chapter ‘Manage Apps’ to manage your apps  Navigate to the [Storage] menu ...
  • Page 66: Reset

    6.18 Reset  Navigate to the [Reset] menu and open it  You will see the screen on the left  Navigate to the [Reset Settings] menu  When you press “OK” you will reset all settings to the factory settings except for some set specific settings like RoomID, Professional mode, web services URL ...
  • Page 67: Channel Installation Wizard

    7. Channel installation wizard To install channels you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Channels] [RF Channel Installation] menu. In the menu you can go to [Search for Channels] or do a [Digital: Reception Test] or do an [Analogue: Manual Installation]. Using the [Search for Channels] you will be able to do a full channel installation.
  • Page 68  During the search you might need to enter the network frequency and network ID  You will see the progress during the channel installation  Finally you will get the search results with an overview of the found channels ...
  • Page 69: Network Installation Wizard

    8. Network installation wizard To connect to a network you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Wireless and Networks] [Connect to Network] menu. Note: Some screens will be shown depending on your settings or selections made, some screens will not be shown ...
  • Page 70  When ‘WPS with PIN code’ was selected you will see that you have to enter an 8- digit WPS PIN in your router as indicated on the screen.  Once connected you will get a message - 69 -...
  • Page 71: Manage Themetv

    9. Manage ThemeTV To manage ThemeTV you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Features] [ThemeTV] [Manage] menu. Using this feature you will be able to add themes in the channel list selection. You can organize the channel list per theme or per language according to your preferences. When you open this [Manage] menu you will see following: ...
  • Page 72  The possibility to sort, rename, duplicate, compare or delete a theme. By selecting a theme and pressing the “OK” button you will get the actions list.  You can add up till 10 themes - 71 -...
  • Page 73: Manage Channels

    Manage Channels You can manage your channels, this means you can rename, reorder, hide/show, blank/non-blank the channels. This can also be done using CMND. To manage your channels you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Channels] [Manage] menu. When you open this menu you will get an overview of the installed channels. Press ”Options”...
  • Page 74: Hide/Show Channels

    10.2 Hide/Show channels By using the hide/show channels you will hide or show a channel in the channel list. Go to the manage channel list, select the channel you want to hide or unhide. Press ”Options”, select [Hide] (when channel is currently visible) or [Show] (when channel is currently hidden) to hide or show the channel. When you hide a channel you will see an icon next to the channel name to indicate it’s hidden.
  • Page 75: Blank/Non-Blank Channels

    10.4 Blank/Non-blank channels By using the blank/non-blank channels you will blank the video and audio from a channel but the channel will still be shown in the channel list. Go to the manage channel list, select the channel you want to hide or unhide. Press ”Options”, select [Blank] (when channel is currently non-blanked) or [Non-blank] (when channel is currently blanked) to Blank or non-blank the channel.
  • Page 76: Manage Apps

    Manage Apps To manage your Apps you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Features] [Apps] [Manage] menu. When you open this menu you will get an overview of the installed apps. Below are the possibilities what you can do to manage the apps: ...
  • Page 77: Manage Mychoice

    Manage MyChoice To manage MyChoice you have to go to the [Professional Settings] [Features] [MyChoice] [Manage] menu. When you open this menu you will get an overview of the MyChoice channels, externals and features and the 3 category where they can be linked to. 12.1 How does it work In this manual we will cover only the configuration of MyChoice on the TV, all details about the account and credits are covered in a different manual.
  • Page 78 You can navigate in this grid and by selecting an icon in Package 1 or Package 2 and by pressing “OK” you will see that the selection of your choice is highlighted. Doing so for all channels you can put channels in the package you want.
  • Page 79: Guest Menu

    Bluetooth Audio: Here the customer can link her/his BT headphone or speaker  Screen Off: Listen only to audio  Philips Logo Brightness   None of the settings will be stored. They will all be reset to the default settings after STBY or reboot of the TV.
  • Page 80: Alarm

     The settings can also be accessed via the Home menu, you can navigate to [Features] [Settings] 13.3 Alarm  Press “Clock” on the guest RC when your TV is on  You will see the clock appear in the right bottom ...
  • Page 81: Smartinfo

    SmartInfo The SmartInfo feature can be used in two ways, as a picture slide show (SlideShow) or as interactive pages (Browser). The two ways of using SmartInfo are exclusive, only one of the two features can be enabled in a specific TV. SmartInfo can display the pictures or the webpages by pressing “SmartInfo”. To close SmartInfo any button on the remote can be pressed.
  • Page 82 Below you can find an example of the code of this ‘SmartInfoShowMetaData.xml’ document: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="true"?> <SmartInfoShow> <SchemaVersion MinorVerNo="0" MajorVerNo="2"/> <SmartInfoDetails> <Title>Smart Info</Title> <Icon>./MainsmartinfonIcon.jpg</Icon> <Description>Here you find the general information about all services that our hotel …</Description> <StartImageURL>./MainImage.jpg</StartImageURL> </SmartInfoDetails> <Tiles>...
  • Page 83: Smartinfo Browser

    14.3 SmartInfo Browser SmartInfo used as Browser will display the content you created (preferably with CMND). This content can be stored on the TV locally or on a dedicated server. How to upload content for SmartInfo Browser locally:  Create the content with CMND ...
  • Page 84: Csm (Customer Service Menu)

    CSM (Customer Service Menu) The CSM contains data about the TV software, serial number and other details. The menu can be accessed using a standard remote control or using the master remote control.  Using the guest RC: “1 2 3 6 5 4” ...
  • Page 85: Examples

    Examples 16.1 ChannelList.xml in the clone file After you have set your settings correctly you can clone TV to USB to change the channel list. This can be edited via CMND or you can do this using an xml editor tool. Depending on your set following are the folder names used in the root of the USB device containing the clone data: ...
  • Page 86: Add An Rf Channel In The Channellist.xml

    </Application> <Application> <App Type="Native" AppName="InternetBrowser" /> <Setup name="InternetBrowser" FreePKG="1" PayPKG1="0" PayPKG2="0" /> </Application> <Application> <App Type="Native" AppName="MediaBrowser" /> <Setup name="MediaBrowser" FreePKG="1" PayPKG1="0" PayPKG2="0" /> </Application> <Application> <App Type="Native" AppName="Miracast" /> <Setup name="Miracast" FreePKG="1" PayPKG1="0" PayPKG2="0" /> </Application> <Application> <App Type="Native" AppName="PTA" />...
  • Page 87: Add A Media Channel In The Channellist.xml

    16.1.2 Add a media channel in the ChannelList.xml Open the ChannelList.xml file as described in the chapter ‘ChannelList.xml in the clone file’. For each media channel you want to add your need to add an xml element within the bracket. <ChannelMap></ChannelMap>...
  • Page 88: Roomspecificsettings In The Clone File

    16.2 RoomSpecificSettings in the clone file After you have set your settings correctly you can clone TV to USB to add room specific settings. Depending on your set following are the folder names used in the root of the USB device containing the clone data: ...
  • Page 89: Localcustomdashboard In The Clone File

    16.3 LocalCustomDashboard in the clone file After you have set your settings correctly you can clone TV to USB to add your local custom dashboard. Depending on your set following are the folder names used in the root of the USB device containing the clone data: ...
  • Page 90: Add A Local App In The App List

    16.4 Add a local app in the app list After you have set your settings correctly you can clone TV to USB to change add your own app. This can be done via CMND or you can do this manually. Depending on your set following are the folder names used in the root of the USB device containing the clone data: ...
  • Page 91: How To Install Your Own Apk If Already Other Apps Are Installed

    "GR", "HR", "HU", "IE", "IT", "KZ", "LT", "LU", "LV", "NL", "NO", "NZ", "PL", "PT", "RO", "RS", "RU", "SE", "SI", "SK", "TR", "UA", "US", "ZZ" "packageCategory": [ "Weather", "Music", "Games", "Other", "Entertainment", "Lifestyle", "Travel", "Children", "News", "Sports", "Local Info", "Financial", "Technology" ...
  • Page 92: Ip Tv Installation

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