How to connect Xiaomi Mi TV to PlayStation 4 Pro?
By Sigismondo Eisenhower 2019-11-30 8679 0
Step 1: Turn on your Xiaomi Mi TV.
Step 2: Connect PlayStation 4 to HDMI 1, turned it on.
Step 3: Go to PatchWall and Switch it to PS.
Step 4: Set up HDMI outputs. Enter TV "Patchwall Settings" > "Advanced Settings"> "Device Settings" > "Inputs"
We can see that a number of convenient settings are disabled at the moment. We're turning them all on:
●Managing an external device via HDMI
This setting allows you to control almost all the functions in the PS4 menu directly from the TV remote control (or from your smartphone as a remote). It is smartly called Consumer Electronics Control (CEC). Very convenient. Navigation, selection button, back button - everything works clearly.
● Automatic shutdown of devices when the TV is turned off
Also a useful story. You don't have to turn off the set-top box separately from the joystick, and then turn off the TV remote control. Just turn off the TV and it sends a command to turn off all connected HDMI devices, and PS4 goes off or to sleep depending on the settings.
● Automatically turn on your TV when you turn on your HDMI device
This feature, on the contrary, allows you to turn on the set-top box as well as the TV itself by pressing the PS button on the joystick. It's also good for you, and it works for you too.
● Saving the last signal source when switching on the TV
Well, that's a must-have setting, and it's not necessary for a game console. As a rule, the TV usage scenario is the same, and it is very convenient to load the last selected source at once, whether it is PS, or TV-box, or terrestrial TV, etc. When this setting is turned off, the default lounge (Google/Patchwall) is loaded
Step 5: Setting up 4K+HDR. Go to PS in "Settings" > "Sound and screen" > "Video output settings" > "Video output information".
Notice: HDCP 1.4 - similar to HDMI version.
If you find that the TV settings earlier that the HDMI EDID version remains gray and unavailable for editing. There's a suspicion that that's where the right setting is hiding. How do I activate this menu? Try to the follow steps.
Step 1: If the device has been turned on before, first turn it off, then pull out the HDMI
Step 2: Turn off Mi TV.
Step 3: Switch on Mi TV.
Step 4: Go straight to the Mi TV input settings menu. The HDMI EDID menu has become active.
Step 5: Set the rocker switch to the active mode.
Step 6: Plug PS4 into HDMI2
Step 7: Activate PS4.
Step 8: Let's go to PS4 in "Sound and Screen" > "Output and Image Settings" > "Video Output Information".
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