Xbox One no longer turns off my audio receiver after Feb. 2014 update

After the latest update, my Xbox One no longer turns off my audio receiver. It turns it on just fine and controls the volume, but no longer turns it off along with my TV when I turn off my Xbox. Anyone else having this issue? It worked totally fine before the update.

I have a Samsung HW-E550 audio receiver.

Thanks, fellas.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 56 Applies to:

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Ha. That thread was right below mine. Didn't even see it. Will delete this thread in a few minutes if no one else answers.

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It's not a bug guys I had the issue where it was no longer turning my tv on or off either.

Go into your settings, select Tv & OneGuide.

Select Power Settings.

Make sure your preferred settings are still check marked.

Now press B.

Select devices.

Now recalibrate your connection to television and or audio receiver.

Go through the setup processes like you did the first time and this should fix your problem.

Also after update this issue I got a new Tv and was then again having a similar issue. Just recalibrate it again.

My X1 now seems to turn on and off every Tv in my home (3) when I say xbox "off" or "on" one tv I never set the feature up on it but it still does it just cause I have plugged it into it. The other one I used to use but I removed from device list. Really weird! Now there's the bug!

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^^^ I have already tried doing that twice now and it does not work. It definitely is a bug if it has affected several Xbox owners in the exact same way where it was not a problem previously.

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Im having a similar issue.  TV wont power on with "Xbox on", but does power off with "Xbox turn off".  Ive gone through all the TV setup again but still no workie.

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Mia, this is a different issue than the tv not powering on. This is some sort of software issue that is causing the Kinect not to send a power IR signal to Samsung soundbars specifically. Recalibration will not work because Kinect is simply not sending a signal to these Samsung soundbars.

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It's not sending to samsung tv's either

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The more I'm hearing of Samsung TVs being affected I think this might be a remote code issue where Kinect is not sending power signals for certain Samsung remote codes. While trouble shooting I out a different brand for my audio receiver but entered my device's remote code manually.  

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