To be honest, when I think about it, it could be the cable. I bought it off of Ebay dirt cheap and it didn't arrive in any packaging, just an envelope, it only says once in the description that it's 1.3 (he could be lying or not know better). The Panasonic TV doesn't even detect my brother's PS3 so I might just buy some real branded 1.4 cable locally and try that.Koenkk wrote:It's hard to say why it's not working. First off you should make sure that CEC is enabled. Go to system -> settings -> system -> input devices -> pheriphals. A rpi libcec adapter should be listed there check the settings. Your HDMI 1.3 cable could also be incompatible, maybe it will work with HDMI 1.4 (hdmi 1.3 supports cec though).granra wrote:I'm having trouble with getting HDMI-CEC working. I have both Panasonic Plasma TV with Viera Link and a Sony Bravia with Bravia Link and neither of them detect my Pi. I have updated to 0.6.2. It's definitely turned on in the TVs and I have enabled "Allow programs on this system to control XBMC". The cable I am using is HDMI 1.3.