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Last night -- right after I got my Int-422 working for my wife -- I had to reboot our Amazon Fire. I was extremely dismayed when I discovered that Flirc had lost all of the mapping I had done! Then I thought, well that sucks, but I'll just reload the configuration profile I just saved, no problem. So I tried that, and the Flirc software stated that it was loaded successfully, but when I plugged the Flirc back into the Fire, none of the buttons would work the way they did before I rebooted the Amazon Fire. It seems to me that, if Flirc can retain my profile while moving it from my Amazon Fire to my laptop programming the keys, that it wouldn't forget all of the previous mapping I did when I rebooted the Amazon Fire? If anyone could shed some light on this, that'd be great. Reprogramming the remote every time is not feasible, especially because it takes so long to program the Fire because it requires using a number of different profiles. I am aware of the default Amazon profile, but it doesn't work for me; I've tried a number of times. EDIT: I have the newest Flirc and the newest Flirc software.
I have an amazon fire tv/flirc/harmony setup. Using the panasonic tv profile I have remapped all of the buttons to exactly how I like them. Though I have run into one small snag. I used one of the buttons to program the media center sleep/suspend command and put the amazon fire tv to sleep. With that button now programmed for sleep I setup the harmony remote to press that button when I press off to turn off all devices. It all works great and I love it. Recently I have had the issue with repeated key presses on the remote. If I enable the noise canceler in the advanced setup it goes away and that problem is solved. But now with the noise canceler on, the harmony no longer puts the amazon to sleep. If I go back and turn off the noise canceler, the fire tv goes to sleep when I press off on the harmony but I am stuck with the repeated key presses issue. Is there any way to allow these to work hand in hand? Thanks