Report Unsure whether to buy a Flirc? (PLEASE CONTRIBUTE) in General Questions Posted February 26, 2020 On 6/1/2018 at 12:24 PM, jseymour said: Configured one of the MX-500 device pages for a NEC TV IR set, trained the Flirc to it What is the NEC TV code set you use and is it complete, as in every MX-500 button (including the LCD buttons on both pages) generates a usable IR signal? On my MX-500 I had trouble finding a complete preprogrammed code set. Every one I tried of several from the DVR and other categories seemed to be missing at least one button (commonly, nothing on page 2), and/or produced IR codes that Flirc seemed to learn but did not respond to in actual use (Hours wasted before I realized this). I found that AUX 001 seems complete and am using that with Flirc, but would be good to know of others. But otherwise, I agree about the overall good experience with this remote and Flirc on Android TV. One minor con is that when holding the cursor pad down, letting go doesn't stop the cursor immediately; there's always a slight overrun. Holding the pad down when learning on Flirc v2 didn't help. I wonder if v1's ability to adjust timings would help here. I wish the Flirc firmware were more flexible in terms of combining long press and macros on the same button (and in being able to use record_api with either), and in generating HID and Android keycodes (I've written more on this elsewhere), but overall Flirc does exactly what it claims to do. I am hopeful that @jason will continue to implement new features in firmware. PS - Does your remote backlight work? Mine died years ago on both of mine.