Originally Posted by rehaz1
Another setting to check is the Inter-Device delay for those devices not powering on, since the Help button fixes the problem usually points to the Inter-Device delay not being set high enough for each of those devices.
I'll have to look into this for sure.
Originally Posted by pappaduke
Generally the One will have the majority of your original remotes commands. I usually concentrate on getting the basics right and then go back and do the fine tuning later. Hope this helps.
Yeah I do recall that the H1 had all the remotes I had. Just recall it didn't have all the actions on there like the physical remote, but yeah, I'll definitely have to get all my inputs since I have a few devices to setup
Originally Posted by Sgooter
I had 12 devices in my HT system and the initial setup with my H1 took just over an hour and it was fun to do. Over the next 3-4 weeks I made numerous small adjustments and added the favorite channel icons. Then, over the next 6+ years, I made changes only when I replaced/added new devices and activities to my HT system, and those took only a few minutes, including "learning" some needed button commands for a new device's remote to the H1. So, my H1 was a high maintenance gadget during its first month, then very little maintenance afterwards.
Good input from all. I think when I received the device I was thinking it would be super fast to setup and get everything working, but I know I have to put some time into it to get the full functionality of it. I should have time during the holidays to set it up correctly.
Did you all have issues during setup where you have to keep hitting the 'Help' button on the H1 for the devices to turn on? Just asking b/c I wonder if it is device specific or a setup issue. Meaning did you all have to tweak the delays, repeat commands, etc. from the get-go or just map the remotes to the H1 and off you went? Probably the latter. I just recall this being the issue mostly and of course not mapping all physical buttons to actions on the H1 and not ordering the actions on the H1 correctly.