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    Dreamlink T2 and occasional time-out response

    I have been using my Dreamlink T2 for well over two years, and it's just lately I am seeing this:


    "IT'S TIME-OUT EXISTING". Then the screen will go black, and then I will have to put the DL T2 back on.
    I wonder why is this happening, and how can it be prevented in the future.
    Any ideas?

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    when does this happen ?
    During LiveTV playback or during VOD playback ?

    What about the time setting , is that set correctly ?
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    Sleep timer? Screen saver?

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    The time on the DL2 and the time on the TV itself is set correct.
    I also checked the sleep timer on the TV itself, and that is set to OFF. Screen saver - OFF
    I am monitoring it again to see whether this is storage/memory issue, although both storage/memory are well below full mark

    Any further ideas

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    Go to Menu then Settings on the DL2 and see if you have anything modified there that can cause "a sleep mode"?

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    Checked the settings in the DL2 - both android and system
    I am curious on this one - the power mode ( in system) is set to STANDBY, and it has already been that way for a long time. Is that a default setting?
    If I attempt to change it, will be set to OFF. Explain this power mode

 

 

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