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Thread: Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

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    Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

    Hi guys I have some questions regarding the Infrared Blaster in the new tablet named as Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1. I want to know has anyone checked the responsiveness of the onboard IR Blaster in this new tablet. thatís what I want to know. I am planning to use Dijit app for a better responsiveness of the infrared blaster. So basically I want to know about the XYBoard's IR learning abilities? Can anyone over here give me some idea about that. Please reply on the same, I am waiting for the response from your side.

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    re: Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

    I donít know I might be wrong over here but I did not get any learning option when I opened up the Infrared Blaster in my tablet pc. Also I must say that I am using the Dijit app in the tablet. Now not sure whether itís the problem with the app or the Infrared Blaster. I donít know about that.

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    re: Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

    I donít know about the Xyboard but in my A500 that I got recently I downloaded the dijit app from the android market and on going through the drop down menu. I got the following options of creating, selecting, adding, and editing additional remotes with the help of which I can control the ir devices. I also get tow additional options such as "Learn a New Button" and "Learn Existing Button". Now on selecting the options the app sends requests. After selecting the button, it points IR signal to device to learn the signal.

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    re: Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

    Quote Originally Posted by CassandraD View Post
    I donít know about the Xyboard but in my A500 that I got recently I downloaded the dijit app from the android market and on going through the drop down menu. I got the following options of creating, selecting, adding, and editing additional remotes with the help of which I can control the ir devices. I also get tow additional options such as "Learn a New Button" and "Learn Existing Button". Now on selecting the options the app sends requests. After selecting the button, it points IR signal to device to learn the signal.
    I just wonder how you got that possible because I am not getting any kind of drop down option n my Xyboard. I wonder how was it possible with you? Thatís what I am thinking.

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    re: Responsiveness of onboard Infrared Blaster in Motorola DROID XYBOARD 10.1

    Well I got it working with the help of Dijit market app and the Griffin Beacon and canít you read that I havenít used the Xyboard instead I was using the Acer iconia A500 tablet. I hope thatís pretty clear for you.

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