Remote Control

Hello, today i received my Vero4K. After i booted up, i could make some changes, and then suddenly nothing happened anymore. I even reinstalled OSMC, but i only saw the first setting page, with the Welcome. But i couldn’t change anything. Being a bit desparate, i checked the battery from the remote, and i measured 0,522V. After almost a half hour, the battery restored itself up to voltage 2.750V. Putting the battery into the remote, nothing worked, i checked the again, and it was again around 0.5v. I suspect that my remote is draining my battery.
Any suggestions for downloading a good app for IPhone or Sony Xperia?
Kind regards
Reliszko Kazimier
ps. sorry for my broken engish

Try re-pairing the remote. It will fix battery life issues (caused by excess frequency hopping).

Remove the USB from Vero 4K
Hold Home and OK button for 5 seconds or so, then the blue LED will keep flashing.
Plug in the USB receiver and the LED should flash 3 times after 5 seconds, indicating successful pairing.
Power off Vero 4K for 2 minutes. Turn it back on. The remote should now work.​


From a google search Xperia seems to be running Android so:

Been a while since I used, but had no issues.

I’ve never used a remote app on Iphone, so I can only recommend:

Thanks Tom.

Hello Sam, no succes with the re-pairing mode. the blue LED didn’t flash after 5 seconds, not even after i inserted a brand new battery with almost 3,2V. On my Xperia tablet i have a Sony remote app, and with this i can connect to my Vero4K and perform all the settings, so i guess that the USB-receiver still works. Tomorrow i’ll check the iOS- url that Tom mentioned in the reply.
I will also disconnect the power for the night, and maybe, it will repair itself during the nigt.
Kind regards
Reliszko Kazimier

Android won’t use the receiver.
So this isn’t related.

Try pairing it in another environment. You can pair the USB with a laptop in another place for example.
Failing that we would need to initiate an RMA.

Hello Sam, this morning i attached everything in and rebooted my Vero4K, nothing changed. I removed the USB, like you suggested, and plugged it into my PC. A message popped up, asking me if i wanted to make some changes, i agreed, because i had nothing to loose, i plugged the USB back in the Vero4K, and guess what, everything seems to work now. So now i’m back in business.
Thanks for all
Kind regards
Reliszko Kazimier