If any of the add-ons you talk about are on this list: Official:Forum rules/Banned add-ons - Official Kodi Wiki (and at least 2 of them are) then you are advocating piracy add-ons, which means you are violating the forum rules.
Check that those keys have a function associated in the Harmony software, if not they simply won't send any signal and you can't use them no matter what kind of receiver you try.
Check the BIOS of the laptop to see if you can change the default settings for BT.
Again nothing seems to be holding this back. These are the DIR's I see
Thats it. There is no storage directory at all.
That's because the above directories are the contents of the storage directory.
Firstly. the "Temperature box", as you call it, is better known as the rainbow box and a sign of under voltage not temperature. I believe a total red box is used for over temperature.
Warnings have changed with the latest firmware versions: Raspberry Pi • View topic - Under-voltage warnings
I would check your PSU is at least 2.5amp and you have a good quality USB lead.
The amount of power a PSU can provide has nothing to do with the stability of the voltage. You can easily run an RPI3 on a good 1amp PSU, as long as it keeps a stable 5 volts and you're not trying to power additional USB devices through the PI.
83 degrees does seem a bit high, so you may need to check what the CPU is doing. If it is going full pelt, then you need to investigate what is using all the processing power.
@papandy I've just tried shadertoy - albeit on a RPi2 - and the CPU runs at around 90% idle. I'll try it on a RPi3 (when it become free) and see if there is an issue with the RPi3 but I think there might be another issue on your box. Can you provide a screenshot of "top" (and press 1 to show all the CPU's).
CPU utilization might not be high, but the GPU is used to it's limits. This will generate a lot of heat too.
Thanks Grimson, so how would I change the Network Config to use 1000 full duplex? as I know its a 1GB Network Card
Auto negotiation on Ethernet is usually quite reliable and should be trusted.
So if both ends, the S905 box and the switch/router, support 1Gbit/s (and both really have to) it's likely bad quality Ethernet cabling. So try a different cable first.
Disabling auto negotiation and forcing a higher speed is not advised.
If you really want to you have to do it on both ends, that means on the switch/router as well. If you can only do it on one end, forget about it.
On how to do it, ethtool can do it, use google to search for it's documentation. As for your switch/router, google will help too, if it's possible at all.
But be prepared for it to fail, at best you'll likely have an unstable connection with a lot of packet loss, most likely the connection will fail completely.
- in Kodi installtion folder
- in ..\AppData\Roaming\Kodi
LibreELEC is a complete Linux based OS. Those are Windows paths, so you're probably running plain Kodi on Windows, as such LE has nothing to do with this.
It finds 7.0.2 and downloads the file over my wifi, then the system goes black and reboots, I assume as part of the upgrade process. Only problem is, upon bootup, nothing changes.
If the file in the screenshot is the one downloaded by the LE settings add-on you are the owner of an RPI1. If not, don't upgrade with it.
As for nothing happening, yes that's because you are using a third party boot manager (Berryboot in this case). This prevents LE from updating itself.