LE9.0 remote configs ir-keytable Amlogic devices

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    To eliminate confusion with the old remote.conf

    Members can share their remote files here in this thread.

    A photo of remote may help those with obscure named boxes.

    Remote configurations for WeTek/Mecool/Minix/Tanix TX5 TX7 Tx Mini TX3 have already been baked into the COMMUNITY images.

    Update Device tree if you receive the 'no devices found' message or your remote does not work with above devices with remote baked in image.

    Note : If you have changed remote Delay and Period due to sluggish commands, please disclose.

    TX3 Mini that i used.

    Changed Repeat delay to 375 ms and repeat period to 100 ms

    ir-ctl -t 50000
    ir-keytable -D 375 -P 100

    Also please read LE9.0 remote configs ir-keytable Amlogic devices

    Further tweeks

    Edited once, last by kostaman ().

  • T95m/T95N remote (pic).

    * The remote from my old M8S Plus (S812), which looks very similar, works correctly right out of the box.

  • To get scancodes of other protocols than NEC and rc-6 (which are the current default setup) you can also simply use

    ir-keytable -c -p all -t

    But note that unfortunately ir-keytable -t doesn't show the protocol for decoded scancodes. That's a pity because for proper operation the protocol has to be included in the header of the keymap file.

    So, in general, when creating a keymap file it's best to manually set a single protocol, eg

    ir-keytable -c -p nec -t

    A lot of the boxes from asia seem to ship with NEC protocol remotes, so -p nec is a good start. If that doesn't work try -p rc-5 or -p rc-6, these are also very popular protocols. If you still get nothing try the other ones.

    so long,


  • X92 modified remote with longpress buttons

    To use all described functionality:

    1. copy the file "X92" to "/storage/.config/rc_keymaps/" and "rc_maps.cfg" to "/storage/.config/"
    2. copy "keymaps.xml" to "/storage/.kodi/userdata/keymaps/" and "Lircmap.xml" to "/storage/.kodi/userdata/"
    3. copy "98-eventlircd.rules" to "/storage/.config/udev.rules.d/"
    4. ir-keytable -a /storage/.config/rc_maps.cfg -s rc0
    5. reboot

    Also I use ir-keytable -D 475 -P 125 for delays, you can test your delays.

    And ir-ctl -t 20000 for release button delay(20000 is minimal for this remote, if doesn't work try 21000 and upper)

  • Thanks gulp79, your remote is the same as mine, I have a H96 Pro (not +)

    It works on my box


    Samsung RU7400 Onkyo HTX22HDX Nvidia Shield HD Homerun Duo (Living Room)

    Samsung UE40ES5500 X96 Max+, Fire TV 4K Stick (Bedroom)

    Synology DS920+ Plex Pass


  • how to add this file and where? I have also nexbox andriod tv player

    1. copy the file "a95x.txt" to "/storage/.config/rc_keymaps/"
    2. create "rc_maps.cfg" into "/storage/.config/" and write "meson-ir * a95x.txt" in it (without quotes)

    copy "remote.xml" to "/storage/.kodi/userdata/keymaps/" and "Lircmap.xml" to "/storage/.kodi/userdata/"

    I suggest you to use boot2k3's remote.xml file

    Once finished, reboot your box.


    Edited once, last by adm ().

  • thanks, I know it is stupid question but I m simple user. How to create rc_maps.cfg?