Guys hang tight. I believe we have a solution, which is to port over what I did in flirc V1. I need some time. Holy shit has life been rough: New babydaughter started pre-school and we're all sick, wife, daughter, and 3 week old baby are all on antibioticsI entered into a contract with DHL to handle domestic and international shipping. Holy shit what a bunch of fuck ups. I'm on the phone all day with angry customers because they over sold their product and all shipments take 5x as long.Suppose to move business into a small office so someone else can ship, asshole realtor decided to extort everyone for a bunch of money they day we were supposed to sign a lease. (I didn't)Hopefully lease on another building should go through soon, and life can be somewhat back to normal next week. I apologize for the delay. This is first on my list when I can return. I'll post some firmware as soon as I can.
No idea why the first wasn't picking up commands. It's the same profile for the gen 1 and gen 2? On your harmony, how many profiles do you have that are involved on the setup? Is it one for the fire tv ad one for the media center?
Hey Greg, I'm a bit backed up at the moment, but this is the current functionality. Soon, I will add a feature which will allow you to use a single key as the wakeup button, so the other buttons will be ignored. Sorry for the inconvenience. I'm also going to add a section to my website that shows what I'm working on for better visibility. This is probably going to get done in the next couple weeks as a firmware update. Thanks Greg, sorry for the inconvenience.
Better documentation is on it's way. This is all you need to do: 1. Fire up harmony, and add the manufacturer Flirc, and device firetv to your harmony You don't need my software, I worked with harmony to add built in support. But since you already paired something, plug it in, fire up the Flirc GUI, and format the device. That's it. Plug it into your harmony, the codes are in Read only memory on flirc.