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  1. I just downloaded Flirc Setup v1.4.2 on my Windows 10 64-bit machine. I was successful in upgrading the firmware from I believe it was v3.6 to version v3.7. However, I am unable to upgrade to firmware v3.8. The Flirc setup says it was successful, but my Flirc stays on v3.7. Here is the version output from flirc_util.exe: flirc_util version v1.4.2 [v1.4.2+] Firmware: v3.7 [89675AF9] Anyone have any idea how I can upgrade to v3.8?
  2. Ahh, you might be correct. I must be a problem with how the smarthub handles IR commands.
  3. I had the same problem with my Harmony 700. Here was my solution: It all works smooth as butter now.
  4. It's probably the same performance as using a TV profile. However, I have never used a TV profile. In the FLIRC GUI or the XBMC addon, you can select full keyboard and program the Harmony that way. Just make sure each key has something associated with it. If your Harmony has an LCD screen, you can also customize it for any other action.
  5. You can still do this. 1) Use the non-BETA firmware. I have found the BETA firmware a little buggy when using the Harmony. Also, only the BETA firmware works with the Harmony and FLIRC "out of the box", but read on for the work around. 2) Program you Harmony using the FLIRC profile in Harmony's database. 3) Use the FLIRC GUI or the XBMC plugin to program the keys to your liking including full keyboard functionality (i.e 'S' on the exit key will bring up the shutdown menu) Since using this method I have had no need to customize the keymap.xml.
  6. Are you using the BETA firmware? When using the BETA firmware, I had this problem too. I downgraded to the latest stable firmware HERE using the latest stable GUI and no more "button already exists" errors.
  7. A Harmony would take care of this problem. Due to the fact you have activities as well as individual devices programmed in, so when it's sending a command to your TV only your TV will get the command. Flirc will have it's own separate device and commands.
  8. You need to assign the button under the activity. Sounds like you only assigned it to the device.
  9. The Little Black Box remote is RF (radio frequency) only. FLIRC requires an IR (infrared) remote
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