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Hi there,

 

Does anyone have a fix yet as to why the Raspberry Pi receives multiple keypresses through the Flirc?

 

I've scoured this forum and more looking for a fix, but it persists even through several iterations of XBMC/Kodi and Flirc firmware updates.

 

I have tried 5 different remotes, from my Harmony 300 and two different Harmony Ones, to a generic remote and the TV's remote.

 

I have tried 4 different flavours of XMBC/Kodi from RaspBMC to OpenELEC.

 

I have tried 3 different TVs with the HDMI, even used different inputs on the TVs.

 

I have tried the Pi in the basement and at my friends place to see if it was interference (RMI or wireless).

 

I have tried 3 different Flirc dongles, all with different firmwares.

 

I have tried 3 different Pi motherboards.

 

I have tried at least half a dozen different power sources, even ran the Flirc and Pi through powered hubs.

 

Every time I use a remote I get several keypresses, sometimes I have the input go on for 5 seconds or more.

 

My Pi are stock and are not overclocked.  I get the same result using either USB port or a hub.

 

I have been waiting for a solution to this for over a year now.  Nothing seems to fix it.

 

Does ANYONE have ANY configuration of Pi/Flirc working that I can resort to?  I wasn't sure where to post this as I don't know if it's a bug or something that I'm missing.

 

Thanks.

 

Dave

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I have mine set to 3 and I think that this is a recommended setting. I don't have Harmony remote but I've used my Flirc with 2 different LG remotes and a One-For-All universal remote. It works very well and I don't experience any of the problems you've mentioned. Try posting your problem in Firmware bugs forum or contact Jason directly via private message.

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