The model number of the remote should be listed, usually either on the bottom of the front, center of the back, or on the inside or outside of the battery cover. For example: What operating systems and versions of Kodi have you tested on Does the remote send keystrokes or is it MS compatible? If it’s MS compatible have you tested reconfiguring it using the registry and did this work? В связи с возросшей активностью нежелательных ботов на Hotlineс зарубежных IP-адресов, пожалуйста, подтвердите, что вы не являетесь таковым. Note: Also works with the Official Microsoft MCE receiver as it sends the same signals (RC-6), meaning it can be used on Windows XP via this receiver.
Discontinued — (Can be found on ebay UK) 1.13 Microsoft MCE Keyboard Remote Similar to the buttons to the Microsoft MCE remote, but with a full keyboard and a ‘nipple’ for moving the mouse. Works with the Official Microsoft MCE receiver and with compatible RC6 receivers like the HP receiver. Power button is captured through a different interface. With the later releases of XBMC the ctrl-shift-B then starts the rewind (release v9.11 ignores ctrl-keypresses). Update 1st Nov 2010: Requires a minor kernel patch to support all buttons in Linux.
The article groups the Microsoft compatible (also known as eHome or RC6) remotes together first, as these are most configurable when you’re using them with XBMC. Other than this there’s no significance to the order of the reviews. Not tested (so far) with the Windows and OSX versions. Here is a more complete map for every key on the remote except the Red Power Button. Luckily, has a database of almost 100 brands of remote controls, and hundreds of individual models.