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Hello, I just picked up a Fire TV over the weekend, and have installed KODI onto it. Note, I've been running KODI on an Intel NUC with built in IR, and controlling it with my Harmony One for over a year. Now, with the Fire TV, I'm using the FLIRC (v1.36) with my Harmony One. I've managed to get all the basic functions setup with the FLIRC, so the Fire TV & KODI control buttons work on the H One. The one thing I've been having a problem with, is that on the One, when I use my Intel Nuc, I have 2 LCD buttons at the top Update Library, and Clean Library. I set these up on the Nuc according to the guide here: http://wiki.openelec.tv/index.php/Config_harmony Now, on the FireTV/KODI installation, I've copied over the keymap.xml from the NUC to the FireTV (rebooted, etc). But, when I press the button to update or clean, in the harmony profile for the Fire TV, it doesn't do either function. I tried to map the #1 key on the full keyboard in the FLIRC to the 1 button on the Harmony, but that didn't seem to help. Also tried mapping 1 & 2 in the KODI controller in FLIRC. The keymap.xml file sets key 1 and 2 to do the update and clean. I'm not sure what I'm missing, but needed some assistance. Thanks.
Hi. I've currently got FLIRC firmware 3.6 and a Harmony 650. I notice that since updating the firmware on my FLIRC and my Harmony that sometimes I'll get buttons pressing twice when navigating in KODI. I've followed the suggestions here and here and it's improved but it still occurs sometimes. I'm wondering if there's a way I can increase the Inter-Key Delay setting beyond 6. I'm on Ubuntu 14.
Just ordered one of these bad boys to use with my Nexus Player with kodi. As much as I love the big Atlas remotes they have way too many buttons I'll never use. I'll be on the hunt for a replacement soon I think. My setup is only the nexus player for use with kodi (downloads, recorded shows, OTA with mythtv addon) and netflix, no cable. I'm still trying to figure out how many buttons I'd actually like ha ha. Being a long time user of xbmc on my original xbox I loved the game controller setup so perhaps I'll try to find a remote with the same number of buttons. Hardest part is finding a universal remote that doesn't have those useless number buttons.