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Thread: Auto Power On 619 Lilliput - Programing Guide

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    I just did this with my new 8" 889GL. By default it was 1270100 and would start up in power off mode when power was applied. Using 0970200 worked for me. It didn't save the settings at first, I just fiddled around with it few times and eventually it saved the setting and is now working great.

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    nice guide, much better then having to rip apart the screen and start soldering!

    I have a "noname" screen but the circuit board looks identical to the 629 lilli one and when I enter 588998 I get the --- -- -- at once, I tried the code on the first page but that didn't do anything...

    I've read though all the pages and it seems that there is a number of codes that might work but I'm just worried about trying them out... is it safe to just try the different numbers or can I screw up the screen in any way?
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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.
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    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.
    Just to note that it worked on my new 889GL (8" widescreen bought at mp3car.com).
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    so it only auto powers on when it detects power?

    Is there any way to get a lilliput to power on when it detects VGA signal instead? Like a PC monitor?

    sorry if this is dumb question, I haven't gotten a lilliput yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snortonnorton View Post
    so it only auto powers on when it detects power?

    Is there any way to get a lilliput to power on when it detects VGA signal instead? Like a PC monitor?

    sorry if this is dumb question, I haven't gotten a lilliput yet.
    In my lilliput, when there is no VGA signal you get a signal lost (dont recall the exact message) and in very few seconds it enters in standby.
    When VGA signal reappears it wakes up.
    Its like any other LCD PC monitor.
    The autopower thing is for energy, when you plug the energy cable it will automatically turn on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladcarpc View Post
    In my lilliput, when there is no VGA signal you get a signal lost (dont recall the exact message) and in very few seconds it enters in standby.

    Be very careful of just having the screen in standby, if left like this it will drain your battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Be very careful of just having the screen in standby, if left like this it will drain your battery.
    I see. I plan to attach it to the M2-ATX, so when CarPC hibernates screen is powered off.
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    Didn't originally work for me, had to play around with it a bit, but now works great! Thank you!
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    Here's my issue I am having at the moment. Everytime I input the 588998 code, it just pops up a menu that says English or a bunch of other languages, no "--- - - - -". How do I pull up this menu? I even did a reset on the monitor and I am still not getting this.

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