Philips 58PFL9955: Changelog für Firmware 140.23

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Tachchen,

Philips hat es endlich geschafft, einen aktuellen Changelog zur Firmware 140.23 zu veröffentlichen. Alle Änderungen enthalten auch die davor veröffentlichten. Da bisher nur die Änderungen bis Version Q5551_1.75.13.54 verfügbar waren, hier nun alle restlichen:

Q5551_0.140.23.0 (Publication date: 2010-10-20)

  • Fix- TV is intermittently switching to standby after 2-3 Hr.
  • Fix- Combined satellite tuner reboots visible.
  • Fix– When accessing NetTV the interface language is always in English independent of the system menu language selected by user.
  • Fix– Finland -Intermittent functioning of teletext and subtitles
  • Fix– Video playback (USB/DLNA/nettv) – Picture format now takes into account the video aspect ratio instead of the standard container aspect ratio. Result: Videos with aspect ratio different than 16:9 are not going to be stretched anymore by default.
  • Fix– Picture judders during playback via USB.

Q5551_0.140.11.0 (Publication date: 2010-10-05)

  • DVB-S:pre-defined channel grid in Austria and Switzerland implemented.
  • Improvements on picture performance in general.
  • Improvement for the EPG broadcast performance and channel list on KDG cable network.(for Germany)
  • Improved behavior of video store.
  • Startup behavior is improved.
  • Enhanced robustness again remote controls of other devices.
  • Possible audio loss solved on HDMI and DVB-T Spain.
  • Widget icon is no longer present in the menu.

Q5551_1.75.60.1

  • Ziggo certification obtained.

Q5551_1.75.59.0

  • Improvements on subtitles level for BBC1 and UPC.
  • Reduces possible transients after channel change.
  • Solves possible loss or dark picture at startup or after channel change.
  • Improves ambilight stability.
  • Improvements on sorting on digital channels in Germany.
  • Improvements on MPEG4 playback.
  • Improvements on teletext in Danmark and the Netherlands.

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