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Raspberry Pi 2 'Unsupported Hardware' Question


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Hi guys,


I have just received a new Flirc dongle and intend to use it to interface my Harmony Touch to my Raspberry Pi 2.


I followed these instructions:


  • Download the repository from xbmc.flirc.tv
  • Connect to OpenELEC HTPC with a FTP software such as Filezilla (username: root / password: openelec)
  • Copy repository.flirc-1.0.0.zip to the HTPC with the FTP software
  • In XBMC, go to System > Add-ons > Install from a zip file and locate the repository.flirc-1.0.0.zip file
  • After installing the repository, go to System > Add-ons > Get Add-ons > Official Flirc XBMC Add-on Repository > Services > Flirc > Install
  • Finally, reboot the computer and the Flirc configuration will start automatically upon start-up

From this website: http://mymediaexperience.com/flirc-remote-control-companion/


When I go to run the Add-On it says that I'm running on unsupported hardware and crashes.


Is there anything that I can try?


Many thanks, apologies if this has been asked before, I couldn't find anything specifically for the RP2. 






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