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Hello All, I want to use flirc to bypass my LG bluetooth remote control. What I've done : I tried to pair the IR remote I want to use with the flirc models that are the closest to my LG remote control : I tried The Kodi and Windows Media one. Then I connect the Flirc to my Set top box and send the IR codes to the flirc. My problem is : Some keys are ok and working, but not all. I still have some buttons on my LG remote control that I'm not able to reproduce using the flirc models. Is there any way to customize the outputs buttons on the models ? Or should I use another model with more options like the full keyboard for eg ? The issue is I won't know exactly how each key is going to be interpreted on my set top box.. Any help is appreciated, Thanks
I think this product is totally awesome, although I am thinking about the potential of rebinding a RF or bluetooth remote. There are remotes such as the Boxee remote (which you used to be able to buy as a seperate PC accessory) that uses RF instead of IR for transmission. Is there any other solution out there that will intercept RF or potentially even Bluetooth signals and rebind them like Flirc does? If not, is this something you would consider integrating into Flirc? (not sure about the technical feasiblity) Thanks!