First off, I never regretted switching to OSMC and the fabulous Vero 4K, thanks a lot!
So I have a Vero 4K connected via an Onkyo TX-SR608 receiver to a Samsung UE46C8700 TV. For a couple of days now, I’ve been observing the same symptom described by the initial post in this thread. The difference is that on some occasions, I only found the TV on. On other occasions, both the TV and the receiver were on. The receiver is configured not to re-route any signal.
After coming across this thread, I checked the settings under Settings/System/Input/Peripherals/CEC Adapter (libCEC 4.0.2 - firmware v5), I assume that’s the menu Sam was referring to in his post above. I noted that “Switch source to this device on startup” was enabled. I disabled it, but this has not changed the behavior. (CEC settings screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/MVGyGiB)
To isolate the source of the problem, I kept the Vero 4K turned off (but connected) for a few days, and the issue never occurred. With the Vero 4K back on, it was at most 24 hours until the TV was on again.
The problem never occurred before the latest OSMC system update, though that may be a coincidence.
Debug logs: https://paste.osmc.tv/zotuhufixo (turned on logs and restarted in the evening of January 12, around 10pm; the TV was on when I got up in the morning around 9am).
FWIW, some additional info, in case it is needed later or for others reading this:
(I have HDMI pass-through disabled).
- HDMI pass-through is disabled on the receiver.
- I updated the system last about ten days ago. I think the problem didn’t occur before the update (though I’m aware it may be coincidence).
- I always put the Vero 4K to sleep using the Power/Suspend function before turning the TV and receiver off (light turns red and picture signal stops). On most days, the Vero 4K’s light has turned blue again in the morning. This has been a behavior for a long time though, before the current problems ever started, so I don’t think it’s directly related to this issue. And not that it bothers me much, but it would be interesting to know how the device could be prevented from turning itself on from the suspend state by itself.
Thanks in advance for your support!