This is a trouble that hindered me for a few days and the “solution” it is somewhat difficult to understand. TV is a Sony XBR-55X905E, which has already been reviewed here on the Skooter Blog. I realized that Netflix was no longer able to load videos, showing that message that you’re having trouble playing that title. But, occurred with any title. Navigation in the service menus was all normal. Restarting Netflix did not solve, restarting the TV did not resolve, until restoring the TV to factory defaults did not resolve.
Similar problem affected Amazon Prime. You could also navigate the menus, but when trying to play a video the sound does not come out, the image went by leaps and bounds. Again did not resolve to restart, restore defaults, etc.
A solution was the one I least expected. I had put a DualShock 4, what I use with the MiSTer, to charge into one of the TV's USB ports. I use a official charger for DualShock 4 from the Playstation 4 For, but the controls that I use on the MiSTer I had been carrying on the TV, because MiSTer eu desligo após o uso, e suas portas USB ficam desligadas também.
E não é que era isso que estava causando o problema? Bastou desconectar o DualShock 4 da TV que tudo funcionou perfeitamente. Reconecta-se o DualShock 4 na TV e o problema volta. For that? I have no idea. Só sei que é assim! Detail: ambos os produtos são da Sony.
Antigamente eu carregava meus controles no Hub USB do meu PC, mas tem outra bizarrice nesse caso: When the DualShock 4 no PC is connected, o monitor não entra em estado de espera, fica ligado o tempo todo.
Por hora resolvi usar um carregador de tomada para carregar os controles, so at least I run away from any weird problems. Mas ainda quero uma solução melhor, talvez um daqueles carregadores de tomada com mais portas e de marca confiável, or um daqueles de alta potência e com displays que mostram o estado da carga. Vou deixa-los na wishlist.
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Bizarre boot, ahahaha. The controller probably pulled too much energy, and the tv ran out of enough to maintain wifi consumption.
It is unlikely, because the control was on for a few days, it was already fully charged. Furthermore, i use tv with ethernet cable.
I believe it has more to do with DualShock 4 be a somewhat complex control, com touchpad, speaker, microphone, etc.