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KingMidas
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Posted:3/5/2011 2:55:00 AM # 1
class="content">To install on all bootcodes!!!

To attention of HD2 owners!!!!!!!! Unfortunately, owing to Asus, on the market is the party of players with a "beaten" boot-code, to be exact, with the block of restoration "rescue". If through the reset button the player is not updating FW, don't do anything, first - you must to update boot through a serial cable, details here http://www.moservices.org/forum/viewtop ... 2522#p2522

То install ONLY with using reset button or soft reset!!!

Attention for non Asus players owners! FW is for players with min 256Мb FlashROM!!!

Tested on Asus HDP-R1/R3, HD2, Iconbit 7L, Egreat R1, Playon!HD MINI, Digma HDMP-301, QUMO HP001, 3QMMP-F420HW, MEASY E8HD (write about your plaeyrs and resalts, we'll add here).

Great thanks to: Farvoice, Virtual, Sekator500, Loseless, Jarre, Olegin for this revision.

Differences from original beta FW from ASUS:

Activated:
Wi-fi, Youtube, Opera, RSS

Added: X-Live (from X-treamer), irFake (initially FW works with Asus R1/R3/HD2 and Iconbit 6L/7L RC’s, to add other RC’s edit /usr/local/etc/mos/irfake/irfake.conf), Video settings (brightness, contrast…), RootApp, updated video-audio drivers from Iconbit FW’s, opt directory, top (to see system utilisation in dynamic, to use tape top in the telnet command line, press q to exit);
Image Image

Removed:
internal HDD checks HDD в меню NAS menu and BT WEB interface

Eliminated/corrected:
reset on Iconbit players, password for embedded ftp (access to root ro - user: default, psw: default, rw - user: root, psw: root), “sleeping” after 5 minutes after power on, creating simlinks in ext3 HDD and flash drives after switching on NAS services

System changes:
can install on all bootcode versions, root in RW, default settings IP 192.168.1.215, netmask 255.255.0.0

Additional possibilities:
1. For change, add, delete in /etc, do:
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umount /etc
mount -o remount rw /

and now you can change in /etc, after tape reboot :)
2. You can create and update RootApp scripts in directories:
suspend.d
wakeup.d
parameters stop for suspend and start for wakeup
scripts must named S??*, ?? - script number, S01xxxxx starts first, S02yyyy second... with delay
3. You can install moS as usually, but irfake and nosleep is already implemented to this FW.

And so on...

Two realizations of FW are available:

"Bin" version all FW in yaffs2, root RW, you can change all, but free space is low:
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~ # df -h
Filesystem                Size        Used         Available   Use%   Mounted on
/dev/root                 186.8M    172.9M     13.9M        93%    /
/dev/mtdblock/2        16.0M      8.5M        7.5M         53%    /usr/local/etc
You can made changes in main programm Dvdplayer by yourself in Windows using ViiDifPatcher.exe. This programm and examle of patch for this revision is here:
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ViiDifPatcher.rar
(20.81 KiB) Downloaded 292 times

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ViiDifPatcher.exe DvdPlayer xxx.dif



"Plus" version - all FW in yaffs2, but /usr/local/bin is in squash image - /usr/local/bin.squash, mounts from /usr/local/etc/rcS, it's for users who need more free space and not offen change something in bin, you can make the bin image and copy it to the player without FW reinstalling and all your changes in usr/local/etc will be kept:
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~ # df -h
Filesystem                 Size        Used         Available   Use%   Mounted on
/dev/root                 186.8M     66.9M       119.8M     36%     /
/dev/mtdblock/2        16.0M      2.9M         13.1M       18%     /usr/local/etc


Use and enjoy...


Sorry, but the main discussion is in the russian part of forum http://www.moservices.org/forum/viewtop ... 17&start=0, you can use Google translate...

Upd: 24/12/2010 (Farvoice, Olegin) Revision 3

1. moS implemented in FW, managing from main menu -> NAS
2. embedded ftp, samba, bt deleted from system and changed to moS services, iTunes server moved in moS
3. preinstall services and them conditions after FW start:
Image
4. NAS menu on TV screen:
Image
5. NAS->moServices menu on TV screen:
Image
6. changed moS web interface link: http:// Player_IP /cgi-bin/services.cgi or http:// Player_IP
7. changed web RC link: http:// Player_IP /rc.htm
8. moS moved to root for memory optimization:
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~ # df -h
Filesystem                Size      Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/root               186.8M     89.5M     97.2M  48% /
/dev/mtdblock/2          16.0M      1.4M     14.6M   9% /usr/local/etc

9. fixed problems with Polish and Czech languages (thank’s to Przemo_111 and Rest)
10. from this revision wil be plus version only
11. changed default net settings: IP 192.168.0.2, net mask 255.255.255.0


Upd: 29/12/2010 (Farvoice, Olegin, Sashunya, Lossless) Revision 3 blue skin
1. Blue skin like on HDP-R1/R3 firmwares. Screenshots here
2. Menu "Internet Radio" moved top and after pressing moves in radio favorites.
3. Samba replaced on native HD2 (module name has remained the same)

Upd: 04/01/2011 (Farvoice, Olegin) Revision 3.1 brown skin
1. moS colors in brown (as in original HD2 FW);
2. Presetup:
-Autoscaning storage off.
-DNR off.
-24P on.
-Audio hdmi RAW
-Audio spdif RAW
-wired net - auto
-DNS 8.8.4.4.
-TV system 576P
-language - english
-DVD autostart off.
3. After install you must change in Setup: language, time zone and TV system;
4. In irfake.conf added codes from IconBit 41,4,5;
5. Fixed error on RSS Ex module - crash NAS menu when deleting module;
6. Fixed problems with Hungarian and Czech languages;
7. Samba replaced by native HD2;
8. Update moS Core - improve performance.

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SQA
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Posted:3/5/2011 3:10:00 AM # 2
It is interesting to try, but I cannot find f/w for NTSC, only for PAL.

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heinz
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Posted:3/5/2011 5:26:00 AM # 3

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Author: SQA Posted: 3/5/2011 3:10:00 AM

It is interesting to try, but I cannot find f/w for NTSC, only for PAL.

Install the PAL. Most modern day tv's will figure out the rest for you.

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insaner
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Posted:3/5/2011 9:20:00 AM # 4
Hi guys! this sounds veeeery interesting but I don t want to risk anything:

1) can anyone please confirm that it works with the O!Play Air?
2) Easy installation?
3) As far as I understand it the FW is the original one with some changes, right? Why does it look so different then on those screenshots?
4) more information to find where?

thx and greetings,
Insi

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heinz
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Posted:3/5/2011 10:13:00 AM # 5

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Author: insaner Posted: 3/5/2011 9:20:00 AM

Hi guys! this sounds veeeery interesting but I don t want to risk anything:

1) can anyone please confirm that it works with the O!Play Air?
2) Easy installation?
3) As far as I understand it the FW is the original one with some changes, right? Why does it look so different then on those screenshots?
4) more information to find where?

thx and greetings,
Insi

1. yes
2. yes
3. modded hd2 firmware
4. http://www.moservices.org/forum/viewforum.php?f=10&sid=1462129ee7d2849e55f4abbfcdec7b1d

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joe
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Posted:3/5/2011 5:12:00 PM # 6
Insaner,

It is fairly easy to install new firmware on the newer O'play Air holding the reset button and unplugging the power for a few seconds. It only takes a few minutes, but you have to add your passwords for your local network and change all the personal settings every time you use this method of installing the firmware.

I tried all the firmwares on my O'Play Air, each is good in it's own way but a little different, some have features the others don't have and the GUI looks different. I did not like the  modded firmware as much as the original, but would not hesitate using it if it worked better for my situation.  It is nice that you can easily switch from one firmware to another, and it would be good for you to try the new firmware, you may like the modded firmware better and it may work better for you.

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k.
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Posted:3/5/2011 10:55:00 PM # 7
Hello king hats off to the beautiful work. I had an issue. i had a usb bluray writer i tried playing it but the player reset when play icon comes. No matter what ever i do it just hangs or doesnt play at all. I believe the usb is sufficient for playing bluray movies as i plugged in e-sata port. Let me know if it can be fixed or any settings need to be test. The same movie i tested in PC its playing via power Dvd Since i dont have enough graphics power i cant watch without stuck.

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