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  1. Its been a while but I think I used a panasonic TV code. If you have a programmable remote, just use any one programmed in the database to set the FLIRC controls. Should be that simple.
  2. Got it working! Using these: Trendnet USB Ethernet: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FFJ0RKE/ GZZ USB C Hub: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GQ9GR41/ Tivo will not accept USB C Power Delivery from the Hub so I still have to use Micro USB. But the Flirc works great. I think my problem before was that I was using some random AUX IR Codes in my remotes database. I did not realize the Flirc is only compatible with certain IR. So, once I switched to something more standard, Panasonic TV Codes in my case, everything worked great! Ernie
  3. Hi all. Just wanted to give back a little. I am testing out my new Google TV Chromecast: https://store.google.com/product/chromecast_google_tv I can confirm that it actually works PERFECTLY with the flirc! I am running with one of these USB C dongles: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07T8Z54M8/ That model isnt available anymore but I am sure it would work with most any other similar dongle. The important thing is that it has the power delivery (PD) port. You are going to want a really good power supply that is rated for high-amps, like the ones meant for the Raspberry Pi 4 as using the included one or a generic one you might having lying around did not work (the device boots to a power error screen): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TYQRXTK I have the power supply plugged into the USB C PD port in the dongle, the flirc in one of the usb ports and an Ethernet cable so I can turn off wifi on the CC. I then plug the output into the CC. All is good. For programming, I am running a URC MX-980 remote and use a generic set of IR codes in its database. I programmed the "NVIDIA Shield" buttons which gets me all of the nav control of the included CC remote including u/d/l/r/back/home. I also programmed the "Full Keyboard" which also works well. And "Media Keys" also works so you get play/ff/rw/skip+/skip- which are not on the included remote. I think I found my go-to streaming device! Ernie
  4. I would like to know as well. The Tivo 4k is an amazing device. I tried but it seemed only the up/down/left/right buttons worked.
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