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Unsupported mode issue

Discussion in 'TV & Video' started by andkc, Oct 10, 2012.

  1. andkc

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    So I have a UG802 and when it loads now I get an "Unsupported mode" message on my TV. My tv is 720 I also tested it on a 1080p TV and I get the same message. I was looking for a way to reset to factory defaults or something along that lines, since the screen is black. I figure it is in a resolution that is not supported so I just wanted to change things but without the interface I'm at a loss :(

    Any ideas would be great,
    Thanks.
     

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    Hello my friend, I have the same issue with my Enjoy tv atv-1000. do you find any solution yet?
     
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    Do you guys have root access and adb access to devices?
     
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    I dont have ant idea. its brand new. i havent rooted it yet
     
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    Ok, if that's situation it won't help you but I'll write it anyway, might be usefull to someone else.

    Generally, if you can connect to your device and do have su installed but you don't have output on your tv, you have to set bootenv property to resolution that your tv/monitor supports.

    eg:

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    1. adb shell
    2. su
    3. setprop "ubootenv.var.outputmode" "720p"
    4. reboot
    This code will set boot output mode boot environment parameter to 720p. Other possible values are: 480i, 576i, 1080i, 1080p.

    This can also be done via u-boot if you can connect your device to computer via uart interface.

    In your case, I believe that reinstalling firmware using reset button should solve the problem.
     
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    Thanks for your support stane! I'll check it ;)
     

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