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  1. I tried to @ mention you in my previous reply, but i don't think i was successful, so just replying to this so you hopefully get a notification :)
  2. @jason I've also got the shield (and, because Nvidia rocks, the remote is in the mail for free ;) ). I've got FLIRC on my 2 ouyas and on my fire tv (thanks again for making such an awesome product). Using harmony 650's and one Harmony One. Just tried setting the One up for native SATV IR, but of course, as everyone else mentioned, there are commands missing when in Kodi ("i" for info, "c" for console window, numbers, etc). I'd also like to just move one of my FLIRCs into the SATV, and I've got USB keyboards available to test/map anything. Aside from that, Jason, would you be able to utilize some of your "friends" to get a list of what USB-commands map to what controls in the SATV? That might be better, since it seems like the user who already tried to help had some problems identifying any other behavior. I believe the remote and gamepad for this device are both Bluetooth. Is there any way we could connect those devices to some other source on a computer, and simply read what commands are coming in from them when the buttons are pushed? Kind of like an IR Learning when IR doesn't exist. I'm not at all sure if this is even possible, but just an idea. Let me know if I can help in any way.
  3. Hmmm, i've got issue with my Ouya and I thought it was a sensitivity issue, but maybe I'm wrong? The Ouya I'm using has an ethernet cable plugged in, and an HDMI cable also, and all those are right around/next to the USB jack, so the FLIRC is surrounded by wires. I've been playing around with turning my OUYA to expose the IR receiver on different sides, but I can't seem to get it to work perfectly. I just took a USB extension to see if that would help, and it DOES seem to be a little better, but not perfect. Which side of the FLIRC actually has the IR receiver? One side is "blank" and the other has a little tiny black "chip" on it. I assume the black chip side is the one with the receiver? I'm just trying to get it to set up so that the receiver is pointing towards my remote as much as possible.
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