Xbox Series S, Xbox One Media Remote and HDMI-CEC problems

Discus and support Xbox Series S, Xbox One Media Remote and HDMI-CEC problems in XBoX on Consoles to solve the problem; Hi! I have some problem with 2 things, but it's tie. I have a Xbox Series S and TV LG 49LF630V, that's old TV panel, but it have HDMI-CEC (or... Discussion in 'XBoX on Consoles' started by redheatORhat, Jan 7, 2021.

  1. redheatORhat
    redheatORhat Guest

    Xbox Series S, Xbox One Media Remote and HDMI-CEC problems


    Hi! I have some problem with 2 things, but it's tie.

    I have a Xbox Series S and TV LG 49LF630V, that's old TV panel, but it have HDMI-CEC (or SIMPLINK, LG name of this).

    I turn ON all function CEC on Xbox, like "xbox turn TV on", "turn OFF", "TV can turn on/off Xbox" and 4th function about Xbox can rule TV volume.

    But only function at work is "Xbox TV on".

    TV Remote also doesn't work with Xbox.

    And I can't change volume or silent mode on my Xbox One Remote Controller, TV has no reaction.

    Maybe you can fix HDMI-CEC for old TV in next system update? I've heard so many about LG and HDMI-CEC problem, but with PS3 it works fine (but slow, btw)... Xbox One S used IR signal and I have no problem with this.

    Thanks!

    :)
     
    redheatORhat, Jan 7, 2021
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  2. DarkSch666 Win User

    Not auto-switching to HDMI input source

    "The Xbox One doesn't use HDMI-CEC. Everything simply uses infrared commands"

    OK, it's that. Each TV has its own source selector method so using IR commands is not possible, as you said.

    It would be a nice feature because the media remote and set aside the TV remote.
  3. dpoet Win User

    HDMI Pass-through Question

    To take full advantage the cable/ TV box will need to be HDMI CEC. This will give Xbox One the ability to change channels via the Xbox One TV guide. If not CEC you will have to use TV box remote to change channels.
  4. Epixtactic Win User

    HDMI Pass-through Question

    [quote user="dpoet"]

    To take full advantage the cable/ TV box will need to be HDMI CEC. This will give Xbox One the ability to change channels via the Xbox One TV guide.
    If not CEC you will have to use TV box remote to change channels.

    [/quote] No, if not you will have to connect the infrared blaster to the set top box. This will allow your xbox to work as the remote control. I used to do the same thing with my media center. If you look on the back of the Xbox One you will see a port
    labeled IR, that's how I know.
  5. Nielo TM Win User

    How does TV work with voice.

    You can control your Set Top Box (STB) if it supports HDMI-CEC. You maybe able to control your TV, but again it needs to support HDMI-CEC.

    -

    Some STBs do not feature HDMI-CEC protocol (e.g. Sky HD STB), which means it can't be controlled via Xbox One. You need a Sky remote.
  6. under_scored Win User

    Why doesn't Xbox consoles(360 and newer) have HDMI CEC?

    I believe the Xbox one/360 line should be updated to support CEC
    Not happening. IR only.

    Minor workaround: plug a device with CEC into your Xbox's HDMI input. When you turn it on, your CEC supported display(s) should change inputs.
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