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ISSUE Lets are always on...

Discussion in 'Software Support' started by Tyler983, 10 November 2020.

  1. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Hi guys I have a strange issue and I hope you can help me.
    First of all my ambilight is made by rpi3, ezcap 269 and apa102 (lightberry leds) and hyperion.ng alpha8
    My problem is that my leds remaining always on even if I shot down tv, decoder or other sources. The same if I turn off the rpi3.
    The unique way to turn off the leds is to stop hyperion process from the web app. I also activated cec detection and signal detection but nothing...
    Please help me.
    Thx
     
  2. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Please, none can help me?
     
  3. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    maybe this helps you
     

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  4. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Hey thx but it’s what I do every time and it’s annoying... I would like to solve it.
    Would be nice to have leds off when no signal is received by the rpi3. Maybe there’s something I can set in web interface, I don’t know...
     
  5. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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  6. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Well since I'm not able to build Hyperion by myself, I'll wait next release... is it far to be released?
     
  7. LosArtigah

    LosArtigah New Member

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    Hey Tyler,
    I'm running the same Hyperion version with a Rpi1 and I'm able to shut down the LEDs just by putting the Apple TV to sleep or when the Apple TV goes to sleep by itself it also disconnects the LEDs automatically.
    Hope this helps!

    -Los
     
  8. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Hi thx for the answer. This is exactly what I’m looking for... my issue is that what you described doesn’t happen with my system. When I put to sleep all of my devices, leds staying on showing random lights... the unique way to solve is to disable Hyperion by the web app
     
  9. Bub4

    Bub4 Member

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    Hi @Tyler983 Alpha9 is now out..!

    If you are using iPhone, you could also use shortcuts as a workaround to stop/start the service!
    With the new iOS these can be placed right on the primary screen
    ...I believe the service is named different with RPi
     

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  10. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    That should be fixed with alpha 9.
    Give it a try...
     
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  11. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    Thx a lot, I'll give it a try for sure!!!
     
  12. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    @Lord-Grey Unfortunately, I installed the new build but the problem is still there... when I shot down my system leds remain on. :( I really don't know what to do
     
  13. LosArtigah

    LosArtigah New Member

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    I wish I could have the answer for you. How is the power wired in the Pi and LEDs?
    Why if you turn off the Pi you still sending power to the LEDs?
     
  14. Lord-Grey

    Lord-Grey Moderator Staff Member Developer

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  15. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    My leds are 83 apa102 lightberry, they are plugged in the rpi3 through USB port and alimented by a 10A charger. Pi is powered by his own "charger".
    Well I don't shot down my pi, it's always powered on. Anyway, if I shot down the pi, problem still remain... even if my ezcap269 is powered by the pi through the usb
     
  16. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    I don't shutdown my pi, it's always powered on. But if I do it, after I shutdown all my system, leds remain anyway on
     
  17. Tyler983

    Tyler983 Member

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    None can help me? Alpha9 didn't solved my issue....