xbmc remote doesn't work on Ice Cream Sandwich (Galaxy Nexus)?

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rabrol Offline
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freezy Wrote:So I'm fairly confident that this is the next release. Please test and report errors, if no show stoppers, I'll put it on Android Market tomorrow.

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This is working well for me on 4.0.3 on the Nexus S update.
Thanks for getting it sorted out so quickly!!! Smile
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r4nd0m Offline
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same here works without any issues so far, thanks
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Fixed version now available in Android Market. Enjoy!

Running XBMC on my HTPC, tablet, phone and pinball machine.
Always read the XBMC online-manual, FAQ and search the forums before posting. Do NOT e-mail Team-XBMC members asking for support. For troubleshooting and bug reporting, make sure you read this first.
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Everything works, except for controlling the volume with the hardware buttons of my Nexus. Is this a known problem, or is it my phone ? Smile
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What Nexus you got?
My Galaxy Nexus works fine

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just updated my new g300 phone to ICS and im getting the null excpetion order. was working on gingerbread. downloaded the xbmc app a couple of days agao. Any advice?
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I had the same problem. My problems was cured by populating the ssid of the access point I was connecting to and selecting "WIFI Only".

I'm not sure they are both required, but I'm pretty sure the null exception is originating from the processing of the access point name field. This fixed the problem on both mine and my wife's phones.

Your results my vary.
(This post was last modified: 2012-08-06 03:56 by echoone.)
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