08-28-2011 02:34 PM
Please take this as a complaint. WIth 5 remotes all not able to be updated with os 10.7.2. I have not been abble to update any of the remotes since the first Lion Beta install took place.
08-28-2011 05:03 PM
Add me to this rapidly growing list of users. I have just moved houses (and TV services), and I cannot reprogram my remote to operate my new DVR. I now have a $350 remote that sits idle and I'd really like to do something about that.
08-28-2011 05:47 PM
Apple / Steve Jobs introduced 64-bit support in 2007:
This should not be a surprise to anyone that this was coming. In 2008, Apple specifically asked developers to make use of 64 bit with Snow Leopard, warning the switch to 64-bit only was coming.
08-29-2011 03:50 AM
Unbelievable... not just the fact that the software doesn't work, but that Logitech doesn't give us any information or a timescale. If you buy a new remote today it says: compatible with OSX 1.3 or newer...
I have u 300 dollar useless remote in my hands!
I joint the club with this formal complaint!
08-29-2011 04:21 PM
This is quite surprising and frustrating that Logitech has not upgraded the software for use on 64-bit machines without the need for rebooting into 32-bit mode.
The Harmony software is far from perfect on the Mac, but this is definitely the worse issue. Please fix.
08-29-2011 11:21 PM
I'm a Harmony 650 user.. on OSX Lion. I just swapped out a lot of gear in my home theater... now I can't update it because my Mac is up to date?? Really need a Lion version!
08-30-2011 07:11 PM
You have to be kidding me. I have two harmony remotes that are now useless paperweights and since I have a new macbook air I cannot even dual boot into snow leopard so I am out of luck. This is absurd. You can bet I'll make sure everyone I know (mostly mac users by the way) about this and make sure they don't buy one.
08-31-2011 01:23 PM - edited 08-31-2011 01:25 PM
I am warning people off of the Harmony remotes until Lion 64-bit (and Windows 7 32 and 64bit) are supported.
I have been using the Harmony since the 676 remote came out. I only recently stopped using that because the rubberized grip started getting really gummy and falling off.
I recently bought two 1100 remotes and own a Harmony One remote as well but find the efforts to get them programmed to be infuriating. Enough so that I may ultimatley find a solution that uses my iPad or iPhone as a remote.
Also beware if you decide to upgrade to the Harmony 1100 remote. You can't take your programming with you. You have to create a new account and start from scratch. This was infuriating as well.
08-31-2011 08:16 PM - edited 08-31-2011 08:21 PM
Can't beleive a company of such high caliber as Logitech is pulling such a cheap stunt....I have so many logitech products...Harmony one remote, multiple peripherals...if they keep this up probably will never buy logitech again or reccommend to any of my family or friends for that matter.