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About nitewulf

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  1. I can report that flirc does wake up the Shield TV. The button I have on my universal remote mapped to the 'Enter' key on the full keyboard layout, wakes up the device. Here's what I've learned from tinkering with a Logitech K400r keyboard: Single Keys Esc - Back, Previous Screen/View Tab - Cycles though current row of selectable items in UI. Seems to loop back to the 4th to last item when you reach the end of the row and press 'Tab' again Start - Brings up voice search window. It is a slightly different then pressing the voice search button on the remote. If an app is open that has a
  2. I added a second 2 foot USB extension cable and ran my flirc out the back of my cabinet and it is now perched atop my center channel speaker. It's been chilling out up there for a week now and i haven't had a single issue of multiple key presses! I'd prefer to have it inside behind the glass, but i don't have any spare material to use as a filter.
  3. so a thought occurred to me after reading about the physical modifications made to add a filter in front of flirc. All my HTPC components are inside a cabinet with a clear glass/plastic door. I wondered if the IR signal may be getting reflected around inside the cabinet and the same IR code picked up multiple times. So i pulled off the child-safe-lock and opened up the cabinet and moved flirc outside the cabinet ( I Have it connected to a laptop with a 2 foot USB extender) and voila no more repeated key presses. Unfortunately with 2 active babies i can't leave it like that, but
  4. i'm having issue as well mostly using the directional arrows. making navigation through XBMC annoying. I upgraded to the latest release GUI and firmware. GUI 1.2.2 and Firmware V2.3. And I just tried running the command from the CLI to enable noise canceling and got this message: Warning: cannot open USB deviceenabling noise canceler any idea what that might mean?
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