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  Reply # 1938821 14-Jan-2018 23:12
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Oblivian:

Nooooo. Heavy on resources. SPMC is the way to stay on the lower end boxes. Just watch the versioning, some older chipsets (rockchip) were dropped so you have to stick down with 14/15 http://spmc.semperpax.com/ 


And if you have a WORKING harmony set already. Edit the key layout file to your custom :D 


http://kodi.wiki/view/Add-on:Keymap_Editor 


http://kodi.wiki/view/Keymaps 



Yep that’s the one. Running SPMC on a Sony Android ‘smart’ TV.

Can these addons be configured for use on the TV hardware itself? (Ie I’m not running a separate android box)

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  Reply # 1938825 14-Jan-2018 23:34
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Should do. As long as it has write access to the user file area

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  Reply # 1938835 15-Jan-2018 07:27
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Oblivian: Should do. As long as it has write access to the user file area


Cool. Thanks for the heads up re best lower spec android version status too.

Off to have a play now...

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