Hi GGuyZ, you can use MonInfo application instead to obtain the EDID value. If you're using MonInfo, the "Raw data" is EDID value. You will get something like this (in one line):-
47,57,30,31,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,01,01,0A,20,20,00,F2Remove the comma character (,) & you will get this (EDID in HEX - in one line):-
0058C21000001A361A564450000D30110C320058C21000001A000000FE00314735443381313536475730310000000000000000000000000001010A202000F2Use PlistEdit Pro application in Mac to edit the .PLIST file. You will see two section when you open the .plist file. Add & paste the EDID (in HEX) value at the upper section. It will automatically convert the EDID value from hexadecimal to Base 64 encoded data at lower section, like this:-
AP///////wAlzAoAAAAAAAATAQOQIhN4CsiFnldUmyYSUFQAAAABAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBNhpWRFAADTARDDIAWMIQAAAaNhpWRFAADTARDDIAWMIQAAAaAAAA/gAxRzVEM4ExNTZHVzAxAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEBCiAgAPI=Save & exit. You done!
You might interested with these online tools:-
Convert Base 64 Encoded Data to ASCII text
Data Converter Tool - Just need to set at "Decode" section to HEX & "Output Encode" to BASE64, if you want to convert from HEX to BASE64.
thanks, dude. Now My Samsung T220 works on 1680x1050 resolution!!!