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Harmony One + Microsoft MCE 1039 for Windows Media Center
schreibman posted a topic in How ToNeeding to replace iMon with Flirc, using my Harmony one. Harmony currently uses the MCE-1039 (Media Center Remote) profile in my Harmony .In the Harmony One I can find for Manufacturer Flirc these devices: FireTV, Plex,Kodi(XBMC). I can not locate a MCE-1039, or Media Center Profile. Which one do you suggest?
Problem programming Play & Pause for WMC
samy posted a topic in General QuestionsHaving trouble trying to program Play and Pause for Windows Media Center. i seem to be able to program all functionality, except for these 2. GUI says "recorded successfully", but when i try to use the buttons, nothing happens. I've also tried using different buttons on the remote (ie not Play & Pause on the remote), but with the same result. I've tried 2 different remote controls, i'm able to program all functionality i need, except for Play and Pause. flirc firmware: 2.3 flirc gui: 1.2.2 remotes used: Tivo (series 2) and Samsung Smart TV remote any ideas?
Is it possible to control Netflix with FLIRC?
Brutick posted a topic in General QuestionsHey everyone, I just ordered my FLIRC two days ago and am still waiting for it to arrive in my mail box. Because I can't actually set up my FLIRC yet, I've just been reading various threads involving XBMC (which I plan on using with FLIRC) but very little on Netflix at all. I have recently experimented with the NetfliXBMC addon for XBMC but found that it's not extremely reliable and doesn't really work as seamlessly as I'd like. I have read elsewhere that there was/is some Netflix addon for Windows Media Center, but I have not managed to actually get it installed as the installation keeps failing. Anyways, what do you guys recommend as the best way to control Netflix with a remote? I'm using a Windows 7 64-bit install running XBMC and Chrome as my Netflix viewer currently, because I need the MediaHint addon to remove geoblocking. Thanks, Brutick :)