Tips and Tricks with remote control AIRMOUSE

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Tips and Tricks with remote control AIRMOUSE
« on: 10 September 2014, 04:14:50 »
Tips and tricks on remote control with GIRO (goes with the 2nd Gi FLY as additional control)
The GIRO "AirMouse" command works through radio frequency and is specially designed to control the applications installed by default or downloaded later.

His first task is to provide the touch screen like a computer mouse for your computer. Besides this magnificent pileup has additional buttons to control the minimum and most important points of the device FLY Gi. And then, thanks to its wireless mode with Gi FLY allows us to control the device from anywhere in the room or house without having to point the remote at the device. Thus, we can hide Gi FLY eg inside a cabinet or behind the TV.


The TURN command is packaged with its USB transmitter partner. But if for some reason, the command does not work with the existing transmitter (flashing green light), you can try to pair the two again:
1. batteries installed in remote GIRO check if the green light flashes when you press red button "Off / On"
2 Insert the transmitter into a USB port on GI FLY.
3 Without closing the battery cover with a paper clip pressed on the button under the lid once.

Starting XBMC:

To open the famous mediacenter simply press the "XBMC" button on the TURN command to start the application the first time. To exit XBMC or switch to DTV mode screen simply press the direct button "SAT" without closing the application. In this way we can jump between DTV and XBMC mediacenter very fast as XBMC gets started in the background. To restart XBMC you can use "Hide" button XBMC from the desktop and wait a while for the application to close completely.

Maybe someone has no idea what remote GIRO has full functionality for managing satellite channels in DTV mode. I have decided to share our knowledge and put the description of this function remote control.

To see the information bar on the canal with a description of future programming, signal reception and etc. points to the bottom center of the display and press OK.

For more information or a full, expanded information on the quality of the received signal in the form of a bar graph indicating the percentage level have to click on the information bar once again on the bottom center of the screen.

To see the list of channels moves the cursor to the left of the screen and press OK.

If you have a channel list "Favorites" (FAV) moves the cursor to the right side of the screen and press OK.

Considering its compact design and size control have failed GIRO fit all buttons as "Audio" Share "," Save "," Timeshift "can be called if the cursor is moved in the upper center part display and press OK.