Everytime i use the remote i can hear a little “Click”. That’s alright as it signals to me that I’ve used a button on the remote.
Now I have the following problem.
I watch an episode of a series and when it is finished I press the Stop button and come back to the episodes overview.
If I then press the down button to jump to the next episode, at the latest when I want to start the next episode I get a loud crack in my speaker.
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So, in summary:
activate the logging
reboot the OSMC device
reproduce the issue
upload the log set either using the Log Uploader method within the My OSMC menu in the GUI or the ssh method invoking command grab-logs -A
publish the provided URL from the log set upload, here
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I had a similar issue. The loud crack was the audio completely over modulated.
In my case it always got resolved with a soft reboot. It would work for a few days only to return.
Eventually I figured out it was caused by the skin I was using (Madnox).
Which skin are you using and does a reboot solve the issue?
While you’re gathering up the logs as suggested, you might try disabling the GUI sounds (those are the clicks you hear when you use a remote button). You can do that in Settings > System > Audio > Play GUI Sounds (change it to never). It’s possible that your AVR/TV/Soundbar is choking every once in awhile when the sound format changes suddenly from whatever the GUI sound is to the video you’re watching. Mine used to do that from time to time (scared the crap out of me and the cats every time), and it still does every once in a great while. But for me turning off the GUI sounds definitely reduced the occurrences to nearly zero. I’m sure if I had newer equipment that would help too (my TV and soundbar are seven years old, and it shows).
Independently, I did a soft reboot and the problem is not there at the moment. But I also suspect that it is the acoustic key confirmations that cause this to happen.
I’ll turn it off, so maybe I do not have the problem anymore. I have new hardware though. AV receiver and TV are built in 2018.
Thanks for any help.
Theres another little problem.
When I leave KODI and my Vero 4K is off. With which button of the remote control do I start it again? I ask because I use my Logitech Harmony Advanced and there is no way (power on / off).
Now I wanted to know with which key I do it on the original remote control, because there I find no way
I dont know but my library need to be updated daily. Cause i buy many bluray and make an ISO on my NAS. Is there any way to connect a bluray drive to the vero 4k to play the discs?
I am completely honest. I am a little disappointed with the Vero 4K +. I did not think it was such a craft box. KODI on my VU + Duo 2 SAT receiver was somehow less tinkering.
I will now look into the repository and hope that I find something that is easy to install and configure.
It can not be that I buy a box that was specially created for KODI in which I then have to pull the power plug so an update is performed (@sam_nazarko) . That can not be true. Especially since KODI brings the function “Update library on restart”. That’s a design mistake.
Ok, you seem to have the option with the texturecache.py for too difficult otherwise you would not have said that pulling the power cable is easier.
I’ll try it myself, because I have to make friends so that there is always something to do crafts.