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  1. So the Key to this setup is the MaxShooter One. It allows control of the PS4 via keyboard commands, the thing is you have to leave a PS4 controller permanently connected to the MaxShooter for this to work. The Flirc is connected into the MaxShooter in the same place a Keyboard is usually connected. Its a bit of a crazy setup but it works. You can map L1, L2 etc. and all of the buttons on a PS4 to a Keyboard (the FLIRC). This setup worked 99.9% of the time with the exception of the FLIRC sending random commands to the MaxShooter once in a while. These random commands would interrupt any movie/game being played on the PS4. Really annoying and I never was able to get it fixed.
  2. Here are the "settings". Is this what you need? If not, what command should I run. The uploaded on this site wont let me upload the config file. can i send it to an email? Recorded Keys: Index hash key ----- --------- --- 0 AD0E248D h 1 A827DC1 u 2 1EDDA9CE return 3 CBD72E1A f 4 A0AB871A up 5 CB58A141 down 6 5DB54866 left 7 5DB5670D right 8 CB58A05A space 9 41A02A81 1 10 41A41E01 2 11 30D15701 3 12 41A04841 4 13 3B27A0CE 5 14 3B23CB0E 6 15 2AD3854E 7 16 30D1561A 8 17 BFD0CB9A r 18 EA7DE5C1 tab
  3. I am manually pairing the Harmony remote control buttons with the Flirc.
  4. So I am determined to control my PS4 and its Apps (Netflix, Hulu etc.) from my "universal" Harmony remote. I have everything -almost- working. The weak link seems to be the Flirc which is sending out keystrokes at random times and stopping movies etc. from playing. I use a IR blaster that from the Harmony Hub to the Flirc so that there is no chance of IR interference. My next step is to put a power filter on the setup to hopefully eliminate the flaky behaviour of the Flirc. Anyone else trying to control their PS4?
  5. I believe so. Its hard to test as the Fllirc is in a fairly complicated set up when the problem occurs (part of audio/game system) and I dont have the ability to connect up a terminal to see the signal - the behaviour of the ps4 receiving the signal is the same each time. I have not seen the problem when I plug the flirc into a stand alone laptop. I'm getting a power conditioner that hopefully will clean up the power to the Flirc - maybe that will help.
  6. So I am having this same issue. Random "presses" by the Flirc. I have isolated the IR (used an IR blaster and electrical tape so no light can get to the sensor) so I'm pretty sure the flirc is not getting spurious signals via the IR receiver. I suspect it is an electrical/grounding issue (ex-embedded engineer over here). Really making the Flirc unusable for my application - control of a PS4.
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