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Philips JointSpace API for controlling new android TV


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Hi!

 

Here is something I want to share with you all!

 

You can control your new Android Philips TV with commands mentioned here:

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The only thing you have to change to get it working is to change the version number into 5. So if you want to GET the system instead of using http://ip-address:1925/1/system you use http://ip-address:1925/5/system !

 

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Hi,

 

i have a VD for my old (2011) Philips TV and it works fine. I´ve tried to change only the version to 5, but it´s not working for me.

I captured the traffic from the new Philips app for Android devices with Charles proxy. Traffic to the TV seems to be encrypted and it´s using port 1926 instead of 1925. How can i send the GET and POST commands encrypted?

I can give you the captured and decrypted traffic if needed.

 

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Hi,

 

the working VD for my old TV is this:

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The JointSpace API with commands is here:

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and the captured traffic from the new PhilipsTVRemote-App is here:

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As you can see, i´ve pressed the "Home" button. Changing only the version number from 1 to 5 in the new VD doesn't work. I´ve changed also the port number from 1925 to 1926, as well as the IP-Address (new TV is 192.168.0.110) and ID number.

I think, the problem is the encrypted traffic, but i have no idea how to tell the HC2 to encrypt the traffic. Username and so on you can find in the 2nd screenshot.

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I am also looking for some way to connect to a Philips 32PFS5501 but not successful yet, it is a 2016 model. And from what I've read.

So basically we need to pair the tv.

Ex the philips tv remote android app, was connected to the tv, after it was paired.

The 2016 Android based TVs from Philips expose a subset of the Jointspace JSON API, however it is protected behind a pairing mechanism. The following features are supported:

  • Audio parameters control
  • Ambilight control
  • Read out system parameters
  • Send basic RC commands

The pairing mechanism has been reverse engineered and a basic python script to control these TVs can be found at: 

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