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  1. oh that’s so strange… How did you install it? With the deb package manager? Being that is a shared object, it’s not in the application. Can you try re-installing it? apt-get install libhidapi-dev libhidapi-hidraw0 libhidapi-libusb0 What is your architecture: `uname -a` Also, did you try the appimage version on the website?
  2. Most significant backend re-write to date. We focused strictly on performance and getting those animations super smooth. We also cleaned up our action editor pop-up to match our original design. Now it's always centered on the remote so we never cover up our tips window which will eventually be more useful. Let us know how it works for you and if you have any trouble. Estimated public release is about 2 weeks. Changelog New - Action Editor Redesign Improved - Action Editor Performance Improved - Application Stability and Performance Improved - Animation Performance Improved - Database Performance Improved - Slider Animaton Improved - Animation on Activity Switch Fixed - Update Channel Selector on Release Candidate Builds Mac Download Windows Download Linux Download
  3. There was an error in your file: We print that the file is invalid now when this happens. But there is more wrong, there is a ton of duplicates entries, so I removed them. Caps incorrect. And some bad ascii. I also changed some so they will correctly map, like enter to CURSOR ENTER. But there is CURSOR UP, and later in the file is UP, I don't know what the difference is and they have different pronto codes. Pioneer - 2013.json
  4. Released, get ready for the next version.
  5. Posted in another thread, but try the below. I did it with one of my remotes, and it fixed it. Temperature dependent... Put it in a plastic bag, put in the freezer for 5 minutes. Take it out and try again. It's a cold solder joint, manufacturing fixed in a subsequent build. Please let me know if that works. Honestly, I'm much more conservative with firmware updates on this product. I have night sweats about bugs that drain batteries so I'm favoring stability over features right now.
  6. I've updated the version numbers, changelog, and download links. If you are already on the RC channel or have downloaded one of the release candidate versions, you will automatically have the latest one I just linked to. Once the app is published, your version will be migrated from the release candidate to the public stable channel automatically, no need to redownload again. The main reason we held this back as a release candidate was for firmware due diligence. We identified several paths to improve stability and performance, which will impact battery life and health. We have high confidence now and will be releasing this version publicly early next week. We'll continue to improve the recording experience and decoding library. We've been hard at work on the next version after this. We will be posting that almost immediately after this version goes public as a release candidate. Thanks for everyone's patience and support
  7. Should be the same exact codes that are already in there. If you go to Set Top Boxes, Select Apple, Apple TV, should be the same. Unfortunately, traveling, and wont be able to debug this specifically until August.
  8. The reason it's 'working' when on the wrong profile is because it's using CEC for that protocol. So your TV remote can actually control shield when active. It's unclear why it's ignoring input. Using the app, try going to the shield2 profile, and re-recording the keys from the correct activity. (this is unecessary, but will be a good datapoint)
  9. Take the flirc out, does it still control the shield?
  10. You shouldn't have to. Don't hard reset. You tried unplugging flirc, and plugging it back in? Try plugging flirc into the computer, just make sure it's detected, and it should respond to skip button presses in the computer. Turn on File->advanced logging and just check to make sure it's spitting out information when you press a button on your remote.
  11. it's something on the shield then. Do you have ADB debugging on? If so, turn it off.
  12. hmm, are you using a flirc in the shield? Or is it using CEC?
  13. It's going to sound crazy, but put it in a plastic bag, put it in the freezer for 5 minutes, try again. Cold solder joint.
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