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StructuralPoke
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Hard Reset after toddler got hold of the remote?

Mon Jan 11, 2010 6:05 pm

My son got hold of my remote sometime today and now it appears he's turned my display on my soundbridge all the way down. At least that was my initial thought.

First, I unplugged it and replugged it in. No display.

I unplugged it, replugged it again and when it boots, it's ON. Turned it off and held 'right' on the remote to bring the brightness up. Nothing.

Hit the power button and held right again -- nothing.

Tried up, down, left, right any combination I could think of. I tried to get through the menus by memory/instruction manual to "reset to factory" but I either missed, or got nothing.

Is there any way to reset to factory w/o needing the display menus? I don't see one of the pinhole buttons.

edit -- I've got an M1000
 
StructuralPoke
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Mon Jan 11, 2010 6:45 pm

yes. Pressed it by itself and in combination with other buttons.
 
amdb7
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Wed Jan 13, 2010 8:16 am

You can send remote control commands to the M1000 without a remote by using the RCP shell.

Here's a suggestion.

Find out the IP address of your M1000 from your router.
Go to a DOS command prompt on your computer.

Assuming your M1000's address is 192.168.1.101:

Type:
telnet 192.168.1.101 4444

You should see a SoundBridge> prompt.

Type:
rcp

Type:
IrDispatchCommand CK_BRIGHTNESS

This should bring up the brightness screen of your M1000.

Now see if the remote control right/left arrows can move the brightness bar. If not, replace the remote's batteries.

All of these RCP commands are documented in
http://soundbridge.roku.com/documents/S ... ion2-4.pdf

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