12-02-2010 05:41 AM
I have OTA connected to the TV and use the Revue to browse Internet and stream movies from Netflix. I use the TV controller to switch inputs from one world to the other. It would be nice to be able to connect my antenna to the Revue and at least get a decent schedule to look at.
12-05-2010 01:45 AM
The Logitech Help Assistant says that the Revue will recognize USB mass storage devices up to 895 gigabytes, however, it will not recognize NTFS formats. So the question is, how do I format a USB external hard drive in FAT32? Unless you are using WIN98 or WINMe, Windows will not format a partition larger than 32 Gb in FAT32.
The answer is, download a third party utility such as SwissKnife V3 from www.compuapps.com. I used this free utility to format a 320 Gb USB hard drive in FAT32 and it works perfectly when connected to the USB port of the Revue.
12-23-2010 11:26 AM
Ok .now what ,
after the apps being released .
the BIG QUESTION
WHAT IS THE MEMERY LIMIT ON THE REVUE BOX .IS IT ( 500 MB) AND HOW MANY APPS CAN U DOWNLOAD TO UR REVUE BOX .?
PLEASE NEED AN ANSWER
in case the memory limit has been reached ..can you upgrade the memory ?
12-23-2010 03:40 PM
Firstly, NTFS is supported now up to 2TB HDDs. I also am able to connect via DLNA several TBs of storage.
Secondly, NO ONE has APPs yet. The GTV Market isn't planned until early 2011, so there is no way to know how many applications that will support. If I base if off of the size of APPs for an Android phone, then there should be plenty of room for many applications. But you know the rule about assume (ing).
12-27-2010 04:13 PM
any Windows 7 machine is already running DLNA and so anything stored on that machine can be streamed to the Revue device. Did it last night. I also have a NAS that I configured UPnP for and it works the same way, I'm able to stream media to the device. Codecs are a little lacking but it will play anything DIVX or MOV in great quality.
02-08-2011 05:03 PM
In response to Towboy123's response "... Hold down the function key then press the TV button
02-08-2011 07:06 PM
In response to Towboy123's response "... Hold down the function key then press the TV buttonIF you do not have Direct Input commands for your TV you will have to hit it multiple time like you would on your original remote...".I did that, and my TV switched from HDMI-1 (TV/LR input) to HDMI-2 (DVD player input). My problem is that once I change the TV input to HDMI-2, I can't go anywhere from there. I believe my HD TV has 3 or 4 HDMI inputs, so, what am I doing wrong? Can I use my LR keyboard to cycle my TV input through all of it's inputs?
Sure you can. Just go to input devices and set up a shortcut (fn+ some other button) for that particular functionality - cycling through hdmi or all imputs. You will see the list of all the commands of your TV remote, and be able to find the correct command that does it. You add many TV remote functions as custom shortcuts to the keyboard, it just takes time to remember them.
02-08-2011 11:35 PM
I assume you're talking about the "customize key" function under Settings/Input Device. Though, I'm not sure I know or understand how to accomplish this because my TV required several click/steps involving several different buttons (i.e.., hit Source button, up Arrow to HDMI-1 (from HDMI-2), then hit Select key).
So, are you saying that I can customize a single key with the final step of the steps that I just described?
However, if the customization involves more then one key, then the numbers of keyed-steps involved to support all permutation (pan up/down) of involving more then 2 HDMI jacks may be tooooo hard to remember.