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Thread: Auto Power On 619 Lilliput - Programing Guide

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    I am trying this on my 629 and when I enter 588998 I get a menu that pops up that looks like this:



    But there is no where I can enter the next set of digits any where. If I start typing the "1270110" that menu just disappears. Has anyone else seen this menu and I would really like to get my Lilliput to Auto Power on. I guess its a good start that I am getting this menu, but I don't know what do after this menu pops up.

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    I actually figured it out. You have to press the menu button on the actually screen buttons and then go down to power mode and using the other buttons on the screen toggle to the number 2 for power mode. It works great. You can also turn on other video sources such as TV and turn off certain things as well. I hope this helps anyone that was stuck the same way I was.

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    Finally got it!

    Well, I'm another one. Worked on it for over an hours with no luck. Then tried the remove the battery from the remote trick. On the third try, I was in luck. Here's the link. Specifically, I followed Post #6:

    -remove power
    -remove battery from remote
    -insert battery
    -connect power
    -press power button
    -enter code (normal speed, i tried 2 times slow, didn't work. Third time normal speed, worked like a charm)

    auto on for EBY701 lilliput...

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    Quote Originally Posted by diosagain View Post
    I actually figured it out. You have to press the menu button on the actually screen buttons and then go down to power mode and using the other buttons on the screen toggle to the number 2 for power mode. It works great. You can also turn on other video sources such as TV and turn off certain things as well. I hope this helps anyone that was stuck the same way I was.
    Thanks diosagain worked great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by diosagain View Post
    I actually figured it out. You have to press the menu button on the actually screen buttons and then go down to power mode and using the other buttons on the screen toggle to the number 2 for power mode. It works great. You can also turn on other video sources such as TV and turn off certain things as well. I hope this helps anyone that was stuck the same way I was.
    Oh YEAH!!!!! Thanks diosagain - I've been trying to get this for about 2 months now!

    Hit the 588998 combo from the remote, then the menu button on the screen itself, and then you can use the < > buttons to scroll up and down, and Vol + - buttons to change values - all kinds of things I hadn;t seen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjnit View Post
    Hit the 588998 combo from the remote, then the menu button on the screen itself, and then you can use the < > buttons to scroll up and down, and Vol + - buttons to change values - all kinds of things I hadn;t seen before.
    Thanx JJnit! I have read the last two pages and yours is the only one that worked on my screen. You rock!

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    Also note that when you disconnect power to both the screen and the remote, and then we reconnect power, we have to turn the screen on USING THE SCREEN BUTTON, not the button on the remote. If I used the button on the remote to turn it on, then enter the "588998", nothing happened. I tried different things this way for hours. Then I used the screen button to turn it on, and worked like a charm. Hope that tidbit helps someone out there...

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    What worked for me on my 129 is waiting for the button lights to go out... I don't have to reset the unit, don't have to pull the battery out of the remote, nothing just have to wait for the button lights to go out before I input the code.

    Also mine defaulted to 129 0 1 0 0 and 129 0 0 0 0 was what made it auto on.

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    Works with 629GL-70NP

    I got this mod to work with the Lilliput 7" VGA Touchscreen 629GL-70NP I bought in April 07 (manufactured 10/06) from the MP3Car store.

    1. I unplugged the power where it connects to the Lilli
    2. Plugged it back in and turned the power on with the button ON the Lilli
    3. Entered the "588998" code at a normal button pushing pace on the remote & up popped the input screen.
    4. Entered "0970110" on the remote control
    5. Pressed the power button ON the Lilli
    6. Waited a few seconds, then pressed it again
    7. Unplugged the transformer, waited a few more seconds
    8. Plugged transformer back in and it turned on! Auto-magically.

    Too cool. Thanks all! Great thread and fix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zok View Post
    What worked for me on my 129 is waiting for the button lights to go out... I don't have to reset the unit, don't have to pull the battery out of the remote, nothing just have to wait for the button lights to go out before I input the code.

    Also mine defaulted to 129 0 1 0 0 and 129 0 0 0 0 was what made it auto on.
    129 0 0 0 0 worked perfectly for my brand new 629GL-70NP (7 inch, lilliput, transreflective)

    Cheers!

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